Love.com

Adult
Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
What in the name of Cupid is going on with the new internet dating site, Love.com? Marsha Underwood, VP of Marketing wants to know. The site goes viral, gets gigantic, does bad things and all hell breaks loose. Well, she just has suspicions about the ‘bad things’, and finding them might get her killed. And since everyone else is falling in love, she wouldn’t mind finding her soulmate, too. More

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About RW Bennett

RW Bennett has transitioned from a long business career to writing. Bennett has been a Sales and Marketing VP, a financial systems consultant, a restaurateur, a day trader and a CPA but has always loved the written, spoken and sung word.
Bennett began writing seriously in 2007. Love.com represents his debut. He is now writing his next novel, THE FOURTH OUTFIELDER – PATRIOT’S DAY.
Bennett majored in chemistry and business administration at Wartburg College in Iowa where he was a varsity wrestler and rugby player. He earned an MBA from University of Denver.
Bennett’s interests in sports – he was a top-flight marathoner – as well as a better than average cyclist, tennis player, golfer and skier show through in his writing. He also has interests in vocal music, cooking, wine, politics and theology.
Bennett lives in Denver with his wife Barbara and their Papillon dogs, Doodle and Dandy.

RW Bennett Creative www.rwbennettcreative.com
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Reviews

Review by: Madame Diotte on Nov. 19, 2011 :
Love.com’s exploration of online dating was both creative and thought-provoking. The dialogue, however, was often unnatural, and I lost interest in the book from time to time. After a while, the plot became more interesting and I was once again engaged. Overall, it was a pleasant read.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Margaret (Literary Chanteuse) on Aug. 15, 2011 :
When I began the book it almost had a short stories feel to it but as I read on the story began to tie in and I found it enjoyable. It did get a little technical and predictable however it is modern and fun with a creative approach.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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