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Free read DotHomme

Do you believe in love at first siteJess Monroe is thirty four and perfectly happy being single But her friends think otherwise and as a birthday present buy her an ad for an online dating siteFurious at first she eventually. Ok I m actually kind of embarrassed to have read this book It is my first delve into light chic lit or romance novel I don t even know enough to know if that is the right genre for this book Anyway I bought it off the ridiculously cheap rack in Barnes and Nobel because it was under 5 and I thought it might help pass a couple of summer afternoons on the porch My expectations were not very high and they were actually exceeded This book was kind of heart warming in places and not as shallow as I anticipated it would be The topic of internet dating was relevant to a conversation I d been having with a friend who happens to devour these types of books so she s pretty much the only person I d seriously recommend it to In fact I m sending the book to her as a present while she is in Germany

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DotHomme

Ings her life sharply into focus and makes her re evaluate everything she's ever known Any woman who has ever been on a bad date will read this hilarious book and weep with laughter and sympathy for internet dating novice Jes. The first 100 pages are okay Typical chick lit which is fine But due to some developments in the story it all gets tedious and depressing after a while making the last 300 pages uite a struggle to get through

Jane Moore ✓ 6 review

Agrees to try it out and ventures into a world where the description on the tin rarely matches the contentsOnce her reservations have faded she embarks on several dates of varying success until one day a catastrophic event br. I read this book some years ago after my cousin took it I thought the book was funny with a lot of catchy phrases and feel good intent Story might have leaned a bit on the predictable side but it was a good read


10 thoughts on “DotHomme

  1. says:

    This book had the usual obvious ending that you expect from this kind of book but to be honest that's why i read it been reading alot of fantasy just lately so this was a bit of a break from that I did enjoy it wasn't as happy throughout as

  2. says:

    Easy read chick lit The book follows a year in the life of singleton Jess Monroe For her 34th birthday her friends set her up with an ad on an internet dating website Despite her initial rejection of the idea she is eventually persuaded to give it go After all what could she lose? A humorous insight into the fo

  3. says:

    Ok I'm actually kind of embarrassed to have read this book It is my first delve into light chic lit or romance novel I don't even know enough to know if that is the right genre for this book Anyway I bought it off the ridiculously cheap rack in Barnes and Nobel because it was under 5 and I thought it might help pass a couple of summer afte

  4. says:

    The first half of this book is extremely funny I just wish it could have sustained that level of humour all the way through I really

  5. says:

    I bought this book in Ireland on a trip some years ago and finally got around to reading it While the story isn't

  6. says:

    I read this book some years ago after my cousin took it I thought the book was funny with a lot of catchy phrases and ''feel good'' intent Story might have leaned a bit on the predictable side but it was a good read

  7. says:

    The first 100 pages are okay Typical chick lit which is fine But due to some developments in the story it all gets tedious and depressing after a while making the last 300 pages uite a struggle to get through

  8. says:

    im actually reading this half way it sounds strangely familiar to the story of my internet lover are they the same people????

  9. says:

    Having met my fiancée through eHarmony I found this book to be highly amusing It was fast paced full of laughs and even managed to make me shed a few tears An awesome uick read

  10. says:

    I would have given this book 4 for it's humour and ability to engage However it's a predictable tale which brought