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  • Great Read!

    I have to say that I loved this book, but I do have to say I thought the story line was unique. I will say that from the moment I started reading this book I was hooked. I loved the characters and I thought that Jo and Jamie had a lot of chemistry together. Their story was funny, and it flowed from one chapter to the next. Honestly do not want to miss reading this book. I voluntarily reviewed this book in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Clever, twisty and a joy to read

    What can I say, well-written, cleverly plotted, engaging characters and a few twists along the way. Jo Harper was destitute after breaking up with her long-term boyfriend and snapping her Achilles heel. Homeless and broke, she resorted to online romance scamming; although she sits in a grey area because she only scams married men who are cheating. Now five years later she has a team of four women and a unique concept; her mark meets the girl, but once only in some kind of engineered meet-cute, designed to appeal specifically to the mark. Thereafter they engage via texts and emails, with maybe an occasional video chat - so the guys can't be being scammed because they met the girl right? She has some rules, no politicians or politics adjacent and no-one famous, but that still leaves lots of rich cheating guys who are happy to buy a girl a diamond ring or stump up her college tuition. Then on a mark fishing trip to California, Sloan, one of Jo's team, tries to use her initiative, picks on the son-in-law of a high-profile, relentless, tech billionaire and follows through rather clumsily, revealing true information about herself, instead of a carefully curated persona. Beyond peeved at Sloan's mistake, Jo goes to drown her sorrows at a local dive bar where she meets a cute guy. They get to talking and are really getting along, when Jo realises from some things he said that he is the mark's older brother, Jamie March, a famous campaigner for ethical internet behaviour. He saw his brother with Sloan and is mightily angry that his brother is risking his marriage. Sloan has put the entire operation in jeopardy, she's gone after a famous family of tech experts and she's been seen. Not only that, at the airport while discussing the disaster with the girls and how to rectify the issue Jo realises that Jamie has been watching and listening to their conversation. Now he knows its a scam and he's seen all the girls. But with righteous indignation warring with instant attraction can the grifter and the white knight find romance? Loved it, loved it, loved it. I was given a free copy of this book from the publisher Tule in return for an honest review.

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  • Engaging read

    Loved the storyline & characters, I honestly couldn't put this book down.

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  • A fun read

    This is a fun read that has you question what is right and wrong Yes Jo and her girls are actually breaking the law but they are doing it for the right reasons a bit of a conundrum that many have faces Jo nearly loses everything from an ex and a injury but been a little computer smart she soon recoups her money and sets up a scam to bring down married cheaters Her and her girls run the perfect honeytrap. Their latest catch just happens to be the brother of a tech guru and the son of a millionaire and things start to go wrong as said brother Jamie March How will he feel when he finds out what his brother did will he still be determined to bring them down You will have to read to see

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  • Unique Profession

    Scammer Girl is the second book in the Tech-nically Love Series by Michelle Dayton. Like the name of the book implies this is a story where the main character is not so lily white in her internet dealings. I struggled with Jo running a scammer operation so professionally I didn’t like her but as a character personality I did. I don’t believe doing wrong is justified by the targets being dishonest too but if anyone deserves it, it would be married cheaters. The plot of the story has some unique characteristics that makes this an intriguing read. Jo and ethical correct Jamie March are a delight when together. Not only does she have some decisions, but Jamie also has some decisions. Together they make this story deliciously sizzling with banter, attraction, and enough mystery as what each will do in the end. An ARC of the book was given to me by Tule Publishing which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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