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    A Fun Anthology

    The trials and tribulations of finding dates to their high school reunion are chronicled in this anthology by 4 wonderful writers! I enjoyed every story! Each is a little different and has a different twist to it. One thing I really liked about it was that they were totally believable - the characters, the story line - it could really happen! I love reading stories like that! In "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Dates" by Lacy Williams, we meet single mom, Angela, and barista, Drew. However, Drew, is really an investment banker from NYC who has lost his wife recently and is still grieving. Angela goes through all these dates from her online profile and each one is a dud. Because Drew works at the coffee shop where Angela meets with the men, he sees her going through the agony of the date! It's a really good story and a touching one! Then, in "A Package Deal" by Robin Patchen, Jo is finally trying to move into the future after her cancer treatments by dating again. However, when her first date ends early with a mysterious call and Carter leaves, she thinks maybe she shouldn't be dating anymore. Carter knows he should tell Jo about his daughter but he doesn't want to hurt his daughter if Jo can't accept her.....what should he do? In "Rival Hearts" by Susan Crawford, Morgan wants to get past her senior-year humiliation by establishing a food bank in her home town. But doing this, she is paired with her high school rival, the man who ruined her life. She doesn't know if she can work with Slater, let alone forgive him for what he did to her. Slater is not "that guy" anymore and he's been waiting to ask forgiveness from Morgan for 10 years. Now he finally has that chance! If only Morgan can open her heart and give him that chance. Lastly, "Engaged by Friday" by Julie Jarnagin has Mary Beth being dumped by her boyfriend shortly before the high school reunion. She has to have a date so she lets her other committee members talk her into checking out the online dating scene! She'll lose a bet with her nemesis if she doesn't bring a date. Christian just quit his job as an engineer to focus on starting his own camping gear company and he's too busy to date so his sister sets up a dating profile on an online dating site! He's not happy about it! However, he meets Mary Beth and they find they can mutually help each other but Mary Beth offers a dramatic request to be her fiancé !!!! Will their make-believe become more serious? Great stories! I highly recommend this anthology!
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    Four Unique Online Experiences

    Four women have been put in charge of their ten-year high school reunion. Most of them don’t even want to go, especially not without a date. One suggests they try getting dates through online dating. Unsure at first, they finally agree. This collection is what follows as Angela, Jo, Morgan and Mary Beth try the world of online dating. I loved all these stories! They all involve online dating, but are so unique. I loved getting to know these women. They are so different, but I could relate each of them in some way. And the men! *sigh* What great, generous, kind men they end up with. There are also a couple of darling kids in the stories. I liked the progression of the collection. It starts with the first committee meeting and continues through the seasons, as each woman finds love. Their stories take us through the year and end with the reunion in “Engaged by Friday.” I loved going on each journey with them! I received a complimentary copy of the collection. These are my honest opinions.
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