In this dramatic contemporary romance by bestselling author Robin Jones Gunn, Lauren Phillips enters the wild, uncharted territory of the Internet on her home computer and “connects” with a man known only as “K.C.” As she struggles to recover from a broken engagement, Lauren keeps busy by working full time and striving to finish her college degree. But her correspondence with K.C. quickly becomes the thing she loves most…and the source of dreams she cannot bear to relinquish. When the opportunity comes for them to meet after a year of corresponding, Lauren faces a tough choice: Is she willing to risk everything…including a broken heart? Readers will stay “on-line” to find out in this bestselling former Palisades release, now the third book in the new Glenbrooke series.Will Lauren risk losing her heart…to a man she’s never met?
Lauren Phillips tries to keep busy while recovering from a broken engagement. Then one day, through her home computer, Lauren accidentally connects on the Internet with a mysterious man she knows only as K.C.
Lauren’s e-mail relationship with K.C. quickly becomes the thing she loves most in life..and the source of dreams she cannot bear to relinquish.
After a year of corresponding, the opportunity appears for them to meet. Lauren faces a tough choice: Is she willing to risk everything…including another broken heart?
My Comments: I found this book very sweet, easy to read, and hard to put down. Lauren, a lover a literature, seems to have bizarre happenings in her life. One thing, not so bizarre, was her relationship with Jeff. Jeff, sturdy as a rock, dependable, seemingly dropped Lauren when something better came up. Lauren, after receiving a computer from her sweet brother, got involved with an online relationship which takes her places she wasn’t expecting to go. Reading this book gave me more hope for online relationships, although I still question them. At this point, I know several couples blissfully wed as a result of one, but I still question whether they are the best. The online relationship in this book worked out perfectly. The book was somewhat predictable in places, but still enjoyable. I had never read any of the other books in this Glenbrooke series, but will seek them out now. I love Robin Jones Gunn, specifically The Sisterchicks books. I will be adding these to my TBR pile. I did find this book somewhat dated in the technology department. I find it hard to believe that a young 20 or 30 something would have very little knowledge about the computer, the internet, and email in 2013. We seem to depend on the computer more and more each day. Having said that, if you are in the mood for a sweet romance and a great escape, you will love this book!
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