Free Love (True Stories of Love And Lust On The Internet)
by Thomas Kelleher is an honest and candid selection of
anonymous stories about online dating. All of the stories
are true and are filled with hopes of finding someone
special by chance on the internet. The unpredictability
involved in online dating and the frustration when there is
no connection is an interesting topic. As well as the
satisfaction of finding the "the right one".

At first glance, the cover and interior of the book did not
capture my attention as it somewhat made the book
appear dull. As there is but a computer-like "smiley face"
on the cover and abstract colors in the background almost
like abstract art.

The images in the interior of the book are the same -
abstract and colorful. It plays somewhat to the imagination.

Once you start reading the book, it is very entertaining as
it is very direct and honest. What I appreciate the most
about the book is the non-traditional approach to reality
writing, especially on the topic of internet dating.  And I
also appreciate the many humorous stories that made me
smile and even blush from the candid topics about
sexuality when people meet online.  

This book is for anyone, including myself who have ever
dated anyone from the internet and maybe perhaps realize
that maybe your experience was not all that bad. As well as
a refreshing look at how things can go right from online
dating but also how things can go terribly wrong as well. As
it is well known in today's society, reality is much more
interesting sometimes, especially when it is in a book.

Four stars out of five

Learn more about the author @
http://tomkelleher.com/Author/Free_Love.html


Reviewed by Natasha Brooks, Editor-in-Chief,
Bare Back Magazine

Posted December
2011
Book Review
Title:
Free Love


Authors:
Thomas
Kelleher

Published By:
East Bay
Press

Release
Date:
:
December
2010

Format:
Paperback
ebook

Pages
376
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