When she tries her luck with the dating app Timber, Ada the teenage hacker gets zero matches and wants to figure out why. But will she eventually publicise everyone's secret Timber rating, when the company really wants to stop that from happening, when the hack gets more challenging than she thought and when the truth about her own desirability rating hurts too much?
You should read this book because it will help you to reflect on your own relationships. You will be able to identify clear red flags. You will learn the difference between being alone and being lonely, and you will learn to stop retying ropes that bind you to relationships that are emotionally draining.
For many people, the Internet has turned dating into an absolute nightmare. But with the help of this simple guide, you can take advantage of today's dating innovations and start looking towards the best relationship of your life!
Rachel's two best friends have had it with her non-existent love life. Divorced from an abusive husband and with two children in tow, she and her best friends have been living together in harmony for over a year. And while they love each other dearly, there is something none of them have in their lives: romance. Can Rachel forget her painful past and find a lasting relationship?
Filled with Andrew Lafleche’s remarkably unsettling interpretations of reality, this singular new short story collection is brimming with intensity accented by an unexpected dark humor. Appalling, thought-provoking, and entertaining, A Pardonable Offence is Andrew Lafleche claiming his voice: extreme and provocative. This collection will delight his growing number of fans and new readers alike.
Leonie and Felix are in love through written words, sound and smell only. The man who calls himself “ugly as sin” and the woman afflicted with intimacy issues have met in a forum designed to match those who never intend to meet. They write, talk, and even meet in the dark until they realize that a face-to-face meeting is inevitable. Can they make their relationship work with all five senses?
In an English writers’ forum, a German anglophile happens upon the brilliant ramblings of a misanthropic American. Despite his prickly nature she manages to chip away at his walls until they decide to pursue their peculiar relationship offline. However, what seemed perfect on screen does not work as easily in the real world. Will their foundation prove to be too unsound after all?
Marrying a person from your home country helps you preserve your tradition, but what happens when custom opposes the freedom of choice? This book tries to provide some answers to all those who are torn between tradition and freedom.