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    Get ready to fall in love!

    This guy! He had pretty much everything at his disposal... money, women, a job. He was living a very privileged life. But he was still not happy. There was something missing. Then he met her. Online. She was a hard worker trying to keep the roof over her head, and keeping her heart guarded after a somewhat rough breakup. Both had some demons from their past, but once they connected, he was going to do everything in his power to not let them interfere. From the first time they chatted, they each knew the other was someone special and a bond formed practically immediately. Though there were some hurdles along the way. Both these two characters are lovable. They were real. Both were strong individuals who struggled with various things. Both knew what it was like to lose someone. The story is fun. How they meet and how they connect. There are a couple small surprises. Nothing overly shocking. There wasn't some great break-up scene, but the relationship did have some challenges. There is plenty of sexual content, some a little more graphic than others. While I really enjoyed the story itself, it was the characters that really made this book. It's well written and reads quickly. Alternates between POVs.
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    Review: Love Online

    Love Online by Penelope Ward is yet another stellar example of this authors amazing story telling skills. A quirky and cheeky romance that is original, funny, emotional, angst-ridden, and full of sexual chemistry and tension. Eden and Ryder's story was epic! Ryder is the son of a business owner in the movie industry, and by successful, we are talking millions, money is no object, and everyone wants something from him. disenchanted with his life, bored with the soul-suckers that hover around him on the daily, he escapes into an online porn site cam-girl's room. One "Montana Lane" and her violin playing profile picture do more to pique his interest in one minute than anyone else has in months and months. Eden, AKA Montana Lane, has her own very important reasons for being a cam-girl. She needs the money and has no other options available that would pay as good. When "ScreenGod90" makes an appearance the tables turn, she is not just performing for this faceless voice, she is enjoying his company and looks forward to their time together. When he finally puts a face to the profile and voice, well, he's more beautiful than she ever expected and their bond grows even quicker. But that doesn't change the fact that states separate them. That she cannot move away from her family home. That this was doomed before it even began. Can two people from two completely different backgrounds and current lifestyles stand a chance at making their love for each other work or is it just to much to expect from a love found online? Enjoy!
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    Love Online Review

    This was an okay book for me. As expected of Penelope Ward, her plot line is strong, and she clearly doesn’t let the story go the way a reader would expect it to. That being said, I felt like the characters needed a bit more development, and there were parts where the dialogue seemed off, and there were moments I was confused with who was saying what. All in all, not a bad book to read, but I don’t think I’ll be reading this again.
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    Light, sexy read

    Ryder McNamara had a charmed life. But behind his glitzy lifestyle, he was a jaded man. One lonely night, he stumbled upon a woman who managed to make him feel alive again. Eden had been living a double life behind her onscreen persona. Contented with the path she took, she never thought she could find something real. But as her heart started to latch on to the man behind the screen she had to decide if they’re worth something more. This book started with an interesting premise especially with the dynamic between the two characters. Both of them were interesting, likable and relatable even though they came from two different worlds. I love how understanding Ryder was with her situation and how independent but caring she was. The story had a little bit of everything - sexiness, light and funny moments and also some heart. The good supporting characters also added dimension to the storyline. However, I do wish there was a bigger conflict in their relationship because I prefer more intensity. Love Online is a story of finding love in an unexpected way. It would appeal to fans of light, sexy romance with heart.
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    Fun, sexy and unexpected

    4.5 Hearts Love Online is a standalone novel by one of my favorite authors, Penelope Ward. It’s definitely a unique story that some with hate and some with love. I am more leaning toward the love end of the spectrum. I try hard not to judge. The couple doesn’t meet in an usual way but dating is so different nowadays. Ryder’s life changed two years ago. Since then his life has been in the state of going through the motions to survive. That was until he saw her. And after having their first chat, he knew she was different. She made him feel again. Even if it was over a screen behind his keyboard. Their nightly talks turned into the best part of his day. Eden didn’t know what Ryder looked like but it didn’t matter. She felt the connection through their words. She soon relied on their nightly routine. She was falling for a man who could never be her forever. She had baggage. They lived in different states. Different worlds. It would never work but she couldn’t let him go. Ryder and Eden’s relationship is complicated. It was from the very first log-in. The connection was there virtually and physically but could they work in the real world? Overall...I thought this was a good story. It was funny, sexy, and had it’s emotional moments. There was one scene I shocked by but like I said...who am I to judge when it comes to relationships? But as a reader I didn’t think it was necessary. At the same time I like that Penelope took a chance with this story. Quotes: “I may be cute, but I’m definitely not innocent, Eden. Not in any way, shape, or form. “You’re the only man in the world I want to want me.” “Remind me not to get a sundae for dessert.”
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