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A Cyber Affair Paperback – June 14, 2015

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Divorcée Tiffany Miles isn t having any luck in the dating department. The guys she meets in San Francisco all seem tobe self-centered jerks, and she s almost given up hope of finding true love. On the other side of the country, Manny, aformer sailor, faces similar challenges as he navigates the Palm Beach, Florida, singles scene. His marriage ended yearsearlier after his wife left him for another man while he was deployed, and he s since struggled to find a woman he trusts.But when he and Tiffany connect on an online dating site, they both feel a spark. Casual chats turn to video calls and,eventually, an in-person meeting. Tiffany has a strict rule against long-distance dating, but Manny s charm may beenough for her to change her thinking. Cook delivers an efficient romance that captures the realities of dating in themodern world. Anyone who s been on a bad date will nod in recognition as Tiffany suffers through one man slong-winded tales of travels abroad. That said, the main characters are sometimes grating; Tiffany often seems too quickto assume the worst of members of the opposite sex and is prone to delivering childish statements, such as, I had noidea men grieved over a failed marriage, too. Meanwhile, Manny harbors resentment toward his ex-wife and seemsunwilling to accept his role in their relationship s demise. Together, however, the pair manages to bring out the best ineach other. Their tentative online conversations are sweet, and when they finally get together, readers are rewarded withsome steamy action. A few subplots are tedious, though; Tiffany s awkward friendship with a widower makes her appearself-centered, and Manny s fling with a deceitful married woman goes on for too long.Fans of mature, contemporary romances will likely be pleased by this effort. --Kirkus Review

What are the behavior patterns common to cyber-dating, and how does meeting online change the sense of adventure and discovery intrinsic to the dating process? Author Lonz Cook researched a number of real-world cyber-dating experiences before writing A Cyber Affair, a fictional story of relationship-building. From making an impact in a first impression to chat room conversations versus real-world encounters, readers interested in dating and relationships will enjoy the story of Tiffany (a.k.a. 'SanFran Pearl') and how her search for peace and a better life inevitably winds through conflict and challenges the process. Where can she meet men who are true candidates for her love? Not at work - and apparently, not online, either. As the list of losers grows, she despairs - until an intriguing email leads her cross country and on a different trajectory to connect with the man of her dreams. A Cyber Affair is a good read for women who have dipped into the world of cyber-dating and online relationships, only to find their ideals thwarted by inconsistencies and illusions. As Tiffany delves through a host of possibilities and disappointments, so readers become involved in her wider world of family, female friends, supportive relationships, and the complexities of love and spirit. As she more closely examines Manny and his world, two people who have had enough of being single face the challenges of a long-distance relationship and make difficult decisions that will change their lives. Women especially will find much to like about A Cyber Affair, which deftly captures the emotions and experiences of women and men searching for love in an uncertain dating environment. --Diane C. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwestern REview

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Lonz Cook, is a retired Marine and technology professional. He has a Masters Degree from Central Michigan University, a Bachelors Degree from Regents College, and graduated from Westside High School Augusta, GA.

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