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eloves me, eloves me not Paperback – November 9, 2012
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About the Author
L. A. (Linda) Johannesson recently traded a 20+ year corporate career in marketing and communications for the fresh challenges of independent novelist and publisher. She’s ecstatic about launching her breakout novel chronicling one woman’s unpredictable and entertaining quest to find love through online dating – eloves me, eloves me not is now available. Hard at work on book number two, My Social Life, Linda’s greater aspiration is to author a series of successful contemporary romantic comedies that pair the latest in technology with women who are confident, accomplished and sensual creatures – think romantic fiction with a geeky twist! She’s proud to pioneer the emerging genre she dubs digichick lit. A Canadian, originally from Toronto, Canada she now calls Sydney, Australia home. She travels often and happily shares her home and heart with the Aussie bloke she met in writing class and their Golden Retriever.
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Do yourself a favour, grab a glass of wine, get comfortable and join Katye on her 21st century quest for love.
It was such a treat to feel as though I was getting to see real life interactions between people on a dating site. Such fun!
It was one of those books I found myself picking up at every possible moment - and only reluctantly putting down - because, like other reviewers, I was anxious to find out whether Kayte would end up finding someone special.
What eloves me, eloves me not does so well is put you completely in the mind of lead character Kayte. I felt I was inside a woman's mind. For that reason alone, this is a book every man should read.
The synopsis is simple. Kayte is a successful business women married to her job rather than a man. She decides it's time to change that and, at the prodding of a friend, tries online dating. From this starting point, the novel takes on a journey of personal discovery as Kayte discovers what she wants and doesn't want in her life.
Johannesson has a crystal-clear writing voice that helps the reader live inside Kayte's mind. There are no car chases nor are they any alien invasions. What rests at the center of eloves me, eloves me not is a journey to connect in a digital age. Kayte also learns online dating is not magic. She comes to realize that the mystery of how we find the love of our lives remains that: a mystery.
How does it end? Read and find out.