But more than just reminiscing the sites that came before Facebook and Tinder, it also brought back memories of the craziness that came with first-hand virtual talks with people from all over the world.
Hey, he realizes the dating scene can be deadly -- but this is ridiculous!
took me back to the early days of the internet when social media wasn’t even the buzz back then and online dating sites/instant messengers abounded (hello m IRC and Friend Finder).
If he knew that, my friends didn't talk to me anymore, the only thing "social" in my life was my job at Newton's and that I cried myself to sleep every night, wishing he would come through the window to save me from this hell called life.
I probably would have committed suicide by now if it wasn't Charlie. I found a ton but finally chose one that looked appropriate- "Love and Loss Chat room- Express Yourself." I clicked on it and it loaded in about a millisecond.
That Friday after my shift at Newton's I drove into Port Angeles to go to a Cyber Café. I didn't want to meet anyone I knew on here so I would go by my middle name- Marie. I clicked on the name and began to personal message the person.
j/k Just as I was about to type something my cell phone rang."Hello? He was every inch an alpha, but his flaws made him more endearing and swoon-worthy.And I guess it also helped that he had the tendency to talk dirty in the bedroom (haha! He was a complete jerk to Lucy when he revealed his intentions, but the resolution to that conflict paved off well and their HEA was very well-deserved.The only thing that held me back from giving this book a 5-star was its mystery plot.I felt like Gibson could’ve taken the serial killer subplot and gave it a -esque spin. As you know most of my stories begin short- so no worries, it will get longer.