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Monday, February 8, 2016

Lone Wolf: an Online Romance, by Fran Seen

My Rating: Five Stars 
Series: Nope

Sex Scenes: Yes.
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Subject: steamy romance about the consequences of lying to strangers online. 

My name is Ellie Faye.
I am a deceiver of internet strangers. 

Caught between the shadows of functioning as my high school's social pariah and the illumination of my computer screen, I assumed countless online personas. My one rule: like Cinderella, my fairytale identities abided by a strict curfew.

My fallacies began and ended within the same day--until I accepted a chat request from LoneWolff. He was a collection of secrets the two of us could only whisper through keystrokes. The fabrications I wove into our connection tangled and twisted for two years, for I treasured LoneWolff the way forbidden things were always treasured: in secret and with unbridled greed. 

The fateful day arrived, when LoneWolff unravelled my prickliest lie, and in a torrent of curses, assured me our relationship was over. 

But our story was far from concluded.
And neither of us can hide behind our computer screens anymore. 

My Review
I got this book from the author for an Honest review and I couldn't put it down!

The mystery between the main characters had me unable to stop reading till I finished the whole book.

The way the characters complement each other during their online chatter, and without actually realizing it, they help each other through their problems.

I knew they were going to be amazing together, and the fact that he is so secluded makes absolute sense to me.

I don't want to spoil it for anyone so I won't keep going on the plot.

Their story is beautiful, and it teaches us about not paying attention to what everyone thinks about us and just be happy with ourselves.

We don't have to be like everyone else, the greatness lies on the uniqueness.

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