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It's hard for a writer to get famous. Angelina struggles to keep writing in the face of rejection after rejection from book publishers. So, she decides to take her love of romance novels and write about them online in her blog. She talks about her dates, the men she wants, and her desires. To her surprise, people start reading, and she get the first taste of getting a reader following. It's all great until she gets an especially angry post. Someone doesn't like what she writes, and it's more than just a mean message - much more. Will this person come after her, and who is it? Angelina will soon become suspicious of the men around her as she is forced to be an unwilling participant in a cat-and-mouse game that could mean life and death. She will soon know the dangerous side of love.

©2016 Paul Ibbetson (P)2016 Paul Ibbetson

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Blog and the dangers

It's hard being a woman writer! As this woman learned, don't ever write a blog on dating. You could be in a lot of trouble! 😂

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  • 09-03-19

Too short, I feel the good stuff is still not here

I've listen to the first 2 volumes in a row, so this is my review for both.
The story dwells around a woman that wants to be a writer and thinks it's a good idea to write a blog about her dates. She thinks she has a message to tell the world. I really can't identify myself with that, and amazes me how the guys go along with it.
The interesting points would be the threats she starts to receive, and the writes style, witch is interesting and funny none the less.
The narrator also does a good job.
Bottom line, maybe if one read the whole serie, one could get a better view at the story that just these 2 volumes alone can't give.

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Cute short

This is a cute short story about a struggling writer. Can’t wait to listen to the next one to see what happens with her blog.

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Dating Blog

I loved the idea of this story. It starts off really well. I wanted it to be a little longer. Looking forward to the next chapter.

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Great Listen

I received and voluntarily reviewed a copy of this audible story. I enjoyed every minute of this and look forward to hearing it again.

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Blogging for Self-identification

I liked the overall idea of finding a way to assert and validate identity. I found myself adjusting the volume to my earbuds occasionally. If I didn't, the voice of the narrator came out a bit strident.

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Lucky girl and her stalker

I came to really like this audiobook. The narrator was a little stilted in the beginning, but then the story started to flow. so far the 2 dates are on different sides of the spectrum , can't wait to see what happens with Marty. I will find out tonight. also too bad about her first comment from her blog.