Rachel Gibson. Sex, Lies, and Online Dating delivers just this kind of hero at cross-purposes with an ever so vigilant heroine and proved to be a charming non-stop reading experience for me. Lucy Rothschild, mystery writer extraordinaire, is conducting research for her new book by personally participating in some online dating. The men she meets on her Internet coffee dates are real losers, but what else can you expect with online names like bigdaddy, klondikemike, and luvstick? But visiting with these repulsive womanizers provides her with plenty of fodder for creating her multiple murder victims and her fictional serial killer has already used erotic asphyxiation to kill three of them.
I can vouch for this, just based on my experiences in relationships with people I met on these sites. With one of my exes, the difference in how I viewed his profile pre-dating and post-relationship was pretty extreme. I know that I played my part. For about a year, I really should have been somewhere else. Anywhere else.
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When an undercover cop goes on the hunt for a female serial killer, he's not expecting to lose his heart. Quinn McIntyre has to pose as an internet dater to woo the chief suspect in a serial murder case, and the last thing on his mind is falling in love. Especially not to a thriller writer researching her next book, who doesn't even realise she's under surveillance But Lucy Rothschild just doesn't seem like the killing kind Before too long, and against all his better instincts, Quinn finds he could be getting in too deep