I haven't actually been in such situations, though, so I'm not going to say that.
But, reading these things was just frustrating, to say the least.
It might be, but not in the first third of the book. I don't like to give up on books, but when I find myself dreading it and trying to talk myself into reading ... If reading it is like pulling teeth, I need to allow myself to quit.
I'm not a quitter, and II signed up to review this book because I thought it looked interesting.
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We are a mother and daughter who have dated online, compared our notes on "internet frogs," …. Reality is the best education, as seen in the humorous anecdotal stories of singles who expose "the real" cyber scene.
No one can possibly love – or even like – every single book that comes their way. well, there were a couple of guy tales that I just think they made up, since they read like fantasy excerpts! For instance: This is This is an abbreviated review from my blog:
This is a quirky collection of anecdotes from actual people who have tried online dating; some experiences were good, some not-so, and SOME ... At the end of many of these stories, the authors have written cautionary or encouraging words to the reader.
I figure there has to be something to redeem it, but I just cannot get into it. I'd like to say I wouldn't let things get as far as some of these people did.
It is not enough to rely on spell check for spelling, because if a word is correctly spelled but the wrong word ... As an editor, it frustrates me to no end running across stuff like this.
So, I think this frustration added to the content that did the opposite of pulling me in made it so I just could NOT read this book.
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