While It Lasted

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
When Millie meets Jack on Facebook all seems right with the world. Are things in real life as they seem to be online? More

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About Reata Strickland

With 28 years of experience in graphic design, including 25 years at the University of Alabama, Reata serves as a creative source for web design, iTunes U and multimedia projects. She collaborates with faculty, professionals and administrators across campus in the area of graphic design, web solutions, technology solutions and special projects. While striving to stay up-to-date in this ever-changing environment Reata also provides leadership within various professional and student organizations on campus. Reata is the Immediate Past President of the Professional Staff Assembly and was a Board Member for Challenge 21. She has received numerous national design awards, is the recipient of an ADDY award and the Osher Re-entry Scholarship and was recently recognized among New College honor students.

Reata edited "Interview with God" in 2001 and received success in the first inspirational flash based web site by the same name. She has two daughter and currently lives in Tuscaloosa, Alabama

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Review by: renee martin on May 5, 2013 :
Very Interesting read. It takes you on a journey of a love story gone wrong. Events were all very real and explained with such clarity that there was no mistaking the authors true feelings.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Gail Garner on May 3, 2013 :
This is the courageous story of Millie, a beautiful, strong woman who risks her heart and falls victim to Jack, a smooth-talking con man. The author skillfully allows the reader to share the hope and excitement of Millie's new love, then her anguish as doubt and suspicion lead to the pain and shock of betrayal. We cheer Millie on as she reclaims her life, rebuilds her self-esteem, and resists Jack's persistent, manipulative attempts to lure her back.

As well as being an entertaining, but sad love story, this book is a cautionary tale about the potential dangers of online relationships.

I recommend it highly!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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