eLoves Me, eLoves Me Not
L A Johannesson
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Still single at 39, Kayte Wexford has everything but Mr. Right. With keyboard at the ready, she turns to technology for help.
Kayte dives fingers first into a sea of online dating, instant messaging and email exchanges where she connects with some charming, hilarious, bizarre and downright frightening characters. Each encounter teaches her something and tests her optimism, intuition and commitment, while advancing her that next necessary step in her quest for love.
With so many fish in this cyber-sea, Kayte must decide which ones to toss back, which to reel in and which, if any, should be proudly mounted. Thankfully she doesn’t have to make the journey alone. Her dog Dylan is not only a good listener but a great judge of character, her best friend Chloe is Kayte’s consummate cheerleader, while her friend and cyber coach Roman provides dating tips and hints as he schools Kayte in the lessons required for online dating success.
e-loves me, e-loves me not is a contemporary romantic comedy that examines the effects of technology on communication, dating and love. It focuses on the relationship of four (five if you count the dog) main characters, each with their unique views on love: there’s Kayte the ever-hopeful romantic idealist who has done, and will do, almost anything to find it, Roman the consummate bachelor who has played the dating game for far too long, Thomas who’s new to all this and wary about trusting love again so soon and Chloe who appears to be living the perfect version of it.
Join this eclectic ensemble on their journey and see if you can predict where Kayte will end up and with whom!
Great characters, a really good fun read!
I thought this book was funny, easy to read and had a thoroughly entertaining storyline. As well as the main character Kayte, the book has a great collection of other unique and engaging characters who all contribute to the story in their own special way. The online dating theme is a contemporary one, and the way that the story weaves in the use of technology to portray relatable and believable events is really well written. I laughed, I nearly cried, I liked the spicy parts, and the final scene was unexpected and had me on the edge of my seat as I read.
Overall, a terrific read. Highly recommended.
A new best friend for Summer
I laughed so hard I cried, fell in love with Kayte & shed a tear when she found life hard. I just wanted to know more, I stayed up late reading & woke early to pick it up again. I recommend getting your hands on a copy & you'll find a new friend in Kayte.
eloves me, eloves me not
Never a dull moment in this book: fast paced story line, multiple climaxes and entertaining characters. For anyone who has joined the online dating scene or for the curious, this story is relatable and funny.