Recommend Cute Story of Computer Love,
This review is from: Click: An Online Love Story (Paperback)
Renee is 30 years old, single, and ready to find a lover. Through convincing of her best friend, Mark, she joins an online dating site hoping to find a suitable date. With so many different sites to choose from, she settles on "Choose Jews." The online dating site name alone tickled me. The messages Renee received were even more chuckling.
In this technology age, the e-mail format was engaging and addicting to read. It is nine chapters that you can complete in one sitting. It only took me a few hours to read and flip those e-pages anxious to find out if Renee found a love match.
Although the story is told entirely through e-mails, the characters are well-developed and each has a personality of their own. Ashley is judgmental and prissy. Mark is anal with a severe case of OCD. My personal favorite was the enthusiastic over-loving Shelley. There's even a twist at the end of the story that involves a friend. I would have preferred the book to be just a little bit longer. Hopefully Lisa Becker has plans for a follow-up book or short story.
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