Fiction books about internet dating
When it comes to adventures in virtual dating Nic Penrake has pretty much seen it all.There was the time one over-eager woman he’d met online went out with him and then tried to set him up with her flat-mate.LONG SLOW BURN by Isabel Sharpe (Harlequin Blaze) Synopsis: Kim Horton is turning the Big 3-0 and needs to get her life together.Hopefully, e Dating will cut through the chaff and find her the reasonable man of her reasonable dreams.Although of course people don’t always turn out to be what you expect."I met a French girl on one site who claimed she was 29 and was posing in a bikini with a very pretty smile.I arranged to meet her at an exhibition and when I arrived spotted this spinster-like figure over the other side of the room."She was dressed like a librarian from 1976 with a pair of very unsexy spectacles.And not just reconnected in the sense where we creeped each other’s photos on our news feed; we decided to become friends again.
"In the end though I wished I had because she was also very dull!
We settled into Sneaky Dees, a legendary Toronto bar where you can find hipsters, uni students, old time rock-and-rollers and young single professional gals like us diving into cheap drinks and grub.
This particular girlfriend of mine has been a friend since the tender age of twelve.
"Instead of hanging out in bars and clubs all night you can jump on your computer for 10 minutes and get chatting to two or three women whilst waiting for a film to come on.
"It’s about control – you choose when, how and with whom and for however long you want to.