Ever wonder about the dangers of visiting online dating websites? Or the benefits? NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author Kathryn Shay’s contemporary romance series, RIGHTMATCH.COM, is based on the premise, “Everybody lies on these sites.” The stories show how a lie told between each couple can have devastating effects!
“Kathryn shay has done it again! I loved every minute of this book! This book kept me up late at night because I couldn't put it down! Give all of her books a try and I believe that you will love them as much as I do!” A reader
In BETTER THAN BEFORE, charismatic and super rich venture capitalist Spence Wickham makes a bet with his brother to join an online dating service and prove people lie on these sites. But his deceit trips him up with sweet and generous Annie Hopkins who’s looking for the type of man he’s pretending to be.
Annie Hopkins is totally enamored of the kind, sensitive man she meets on an online dating website. He’s her type of guy, the total opposite of her work obsessed ex-husband. Then Spence breaks her heart by keeping secrets and telling lies, and Annie can’t bear to be with him.
Spence must find a way to make Annie love him for the man he is. But can he, when she won’t give him a chance to prove that he loves her deeply?
If you enjoy books about secret identity romance, second chance at love romance and promises broken romance, be sure to read the rest of the series: WAITING FOR YOU and MEANT TO BE.
Reader Praise for BETTER THAN BEFORE :
“An exciting book on using an Internet dating service to find a romance, and
portraying yourself honestly. Wonderful read!”
“A fun quick read. Very entertaining. I enjoyed it a lot.”
“Great book--made you mad and sad at times. Also made you want to keep reading to find out what happens next!”
“This is where Ms. Shay shines--the woman has baggage and so does the man. A very good story. I am interested in reading the other two stories in the series.”
About Kathryn Shay
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Published July 11, 2012
Romance, Literature & Fiction.