Online dating is the new thing for those in search of true love and Amalia Livingston has tried them all. Just when she's ready to throw the towel in and call it quits, her friends create her profile on the newest site. With nothing left to lose, she dives in for one last try.
Lennox Taylor, a construction worker by day, a computer programmer by night creates a profile to test his system out. Bored with the same routine, he figures he has nothing left to lose as he plays along with finding love through the virtual world. What he wasn't ready for- was the perfect match-but is she the one?
Is love a click away? Or is it a myth that you can find your soul mate on the screen?
Find out what's in store for Amalia and Lennox as International Bestselling author A.M. Willard takes you on a speed date that just might have you laughing in your pants.
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- Demetra Toula Iliopoulos
Love of a audio novella
First by the author and the narrator. This was a short novella audio The narrator was good. The voice was clear you can tell the difference to every character.
This story has many layers .
Heroine is Amelia.
Amelia has been without a date for a while . Her best friends decide to give her a surprise.....they signed her up on a dating site . Usually her dates are all men that you should stay away from .
One man Lennox contacts her. Will they open up and connect to each other
The narrator was great. All the characters you knew from the voice
Ready to give up the search for The One, Amalia's friends create an online profile and Then tell her about it. Lucky for her she meets Lennox, The One. It was an easy book to follow on Audible, and entertaining. I have to say, honestly, that the narrator's giggle/laugh was kind of annoying. The book was a modern day fairy tale and I love happy endings.
I loved the story of finding love online and in such a short time period. The only problem I have is with the narrator, whom couldn't pronounce some words, such as question, correctly and I got so hung up on that it took away from the story itself.