Fiction about online dating
She prefers lively shades of pink to dismal black (soo not her color), plus she’s a hopeless romantic.
In need of a steady paycheck to support a compulsive cosmetics habit, Lil starts Dead End Dating (DED), a Manhattan-based matchmaking service that helps smart, sophisticated singles like herself find eternity mates–and may even help her stake a claim to her very own Count Right!
But he’s unable to be completely honest with her and, eventually, Beth cannot deal with his consistent deceit.
I wanted to capture the feelings they provoked in me and my brave comrades, so I created a split time frame where readers could live a perilous Internet date hour by hour with Laura, but also follow along with the discoveries made the following morning when she doesn’t arrive home.
They can change their age, height, weight, hairline, marital status, income, job history, and , where they went to school and live, what they like to do and are capable of doing, and whether they have children, dogs, or cats.
They lie with their words and they lie with old or even fake photographs.
But as a made vampire, Ty can’t procreate–and Lil will settle for nothing less. Me: The tall, sensuous, open-minded leader of my clan. Match Me If You Can Annabelle's endured dead-end jobs, a broken engagement . Why does the wealthy, driven, and gorgeous sports agent Heath Champion need a matchmaker, especially a red-haired screw-up like Annabelle Granger?
Luckily, between “vampifying” Francis and helping Ty solve his murder mystery, Lil has no time for silly romantic entanglements . You: A deliciously curvy virgin who’s intimately familiar with what goes bump in the night. Prefer a woman who’s open to exploring her animal nature. True, she's entertaining, and she does have a certain quirky appeal.