Sunday, August 1, 2010

Book Review-Love, Sex & Deception: The Chronicles of Online Dating by Lisa Hultin & Claire Hultin

Title: Love, Sex & Deception: The Chronicles of Online Dating
Author: Lisa Hultin and Claire Hultin
Purblisher: Morgan James Publishing
Pub Date: 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60037-775-4
Pages: 203
Genre: Love/Romance

Have you ever had a date arrive dressed as Elvis and it wasn't Halloween? How about that handsome guy who said, "I'm divorced" but failed to mention he's now remarried? We are a mother and daughter who have dated online, compared our notes on "internet frog," and actually survived! Reality is the best education, as seen in the humorous anecdotal stories of singles who expose "the real" cyber scene. Learn how to be a savvy shopper online with strategies to protect your most important investment-your affection, trust, and time!

About the Authors:
Claire Hultin is the author of The Doctrine of Lucid Dreaming, has written socio-political excerpts for and is a freelance writer for Tao Entertainment. She currently resides in Los Angeles, California.

Lisa Hultin graduated from Liberty University with a Telecommunications degree, and works as a freelance writer for Tao Entertainment and She currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia.

My review:
Love, Sex & Deception is a book that contains personal stories of internet dating and what happened on those excursions. Each chapter is set up with a theme such as Disaster Dates From Hell, College Kids, My Date Lied, just to name a few. Each chapter contains personal stories from internet daters, along with some tips from the authors about what you should and shouldn't do in the world of online dating. The book was a quick read as I finished it in a few hours. I think this is a book for readers that like to read short, funny episodes from people and what has happened to them in their daily life adventures. The book was entertaining and might be slightly reminescent of Jerry Springer episodes. It was a break in between the books I usually read that allowed me a few hours of humor. I think this book will be liked for that reason. It is a humorous, light read that can create an escape from your own life and worries.

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