What readers are saying…
Loved it, such a fun read! The story was something I could so relate to and I loved that it wasn’t predictable. I wish I could have used Roman’s tips back when I tried online dating – would have saved me a lot of heartache!
Brenda - Sydney, Australia
Great title - eloves me, eloves me not is the perfect vacation read – something light and funny that’s easy to pick up and put down as I move in and out of my lounge chair. Admittedly, as I got into the story, putting it down became harder and harder to do.
Wanda - Moscow, Russia
A single woman’s uncompromising quest for real love in a virtual world takes you on a journey full of drama, danger and delight. eloves me, eloves me not is a poignant reminder of “girl power” and the unique gifts we receive from each of our friends – we all need a Chloe! Be prepared to laugh and cry and then laugh some more!
Marina – Mississauga, Canada
eloves me, eloves me not is a modern, entertaining story that progresses at a good pace. There are even multiple climaxes (which is always good). I’ve read the book AND I’d see the movie.
Kim - Sydney, Australia
A real and honest look at today’s dating scene and just how far we’ve come from the “old days” our parents spoke about. Throughout the novel I was drawn to one loyal, compassionate and loveable character… Dylan! That said, I would have happily gone on a few dates with Tommy .
Donna – Montreal, Canada
A surprising and enlightening glimpse into the world of online dating. This book is engaging and it creates vivid scenarios of what can happen when a conventional career-minded woman goes online searching for love. It had me in tears and fits of laughter. An upbeat novel with a not so typical ending – a must read”.
Judy - Sault Ste. Marie, Canada
Reading from the perspective of someone who has also traversed the perilous waters of on line dating, I readily identified with Kayte and her foibles. I think she and I may have even chatted with a few of the same men . And while I have yet to meet ‘the one’, her story gives me hope that there may still be good ones waiting for each of us.
Kelly – Oshawa, Canada
As a male reader, I found Kayte’s dating adventures entertaining and fascinating – even eye-opening at times! It was more than just an entertaining story however; the book explores some of the important themes about finding love and living life in the age of the Internet. Read it. Loved it. Waiting for book two.
Chris – Sydney, Australia
I enjoyed every minute of eloves me, eloves me not! It made the mundane commute to work everyday something to look forward to! I laughed and cried with Kayte, and was on the edge of my seat to see who the online dating merry-go-round served up next. Chloe had me reminiscing about my own involvement in my friends’ online dating journeys, and laughing at the memory of our escapades.
Do yourself a favour, grab a glass of wine, get comfortable and join Katye on her 21st century quest for love.
Amy- Sydney, Australia
Woof woof bark woof, bark, grr, woof woof. Bark, bark Dylan… woof, woof bark, bark. Grr!
Buzz – Sydney, Australia
Sarah – Sydney, Australia
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