On-line Dates & the People who Love Them

Online Dates and the People who Love Them
Review by Mary E. Latela, July 26, 2017
This review is from: 88 Guys for Coffee (Paperback) by Diane Solomon
     Imagine that the love of your life has “moved on.” Imagine spending five years trying
to find your soulmate – online! 88 Guys for Coffee is a funny, sad, all too real journey, and
Laura is the character who won’t give up. She never changes her profile, yet she meets all
kinds of guys,just for coffee.
         Her goal is to find a really good man to come into her life and heal the loss of Kurt.
She quickly analyzes the profile, deciding whether to send a wink or an email. The initial
phone call is essential. If all looks well, there will be coffee. Laura’s best friend is
Francesca, who appears from time to time, almost like a guardian angel. Then there’s
her friend, Hank. This is a book for people who seek love, who want to know what the
on-line dating scene is like, or who eagerly read to see whether Laura finds a soulmate.
Ms. Solomon knows Connecticut very well and it would be great to know more about her
character, Laura. Diane  Solomon tells a very good story, and I look forward to more
stories from this bright new author.

About @LatelaMary

Author of 14 self-help books, five still available: Prepare Him Room, Ten Steps to Peace, Healing the Abusive Family, Moments for Mothers. Breaking the Boxes: critique of institutions vs. individuals. Work-in-progress: Memoir (Sorting out Secrets)
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