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Read Point Click Love Point Click Love Summary Ó eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Molly Shapiro Ù 8 Free read In Molly Shapiro’s fun and sexy debut novel four women try to sort through the wild and complicated world of text messaging status updates and other high speed connections    Best friends and fellow midwesterners Katie Annie Maxine and Claudia are no strangers to dealing with love and relationships but with online dating and social networking now in the mix they all have the feeling. 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Read Point Click Love Point Click Love Summary Ó eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Molly Shapiro Ù 8 Free read Turns to celebrity gossip sites to distract herself from her less than ideal marriage And Claudia tired of her husband’s obsession with Facebook finds herself irresistibly drawn to a handsome co worker As these women navigate the new highs and lows of the digital age they each find that their wrong turns lead surprisingly to the right click and ultimately the connection they were seeki. This book was not my cup of tea right off the bat As I was starting the first chapter all I kept thinking was how the sentences didn t seem to flow well Everything felt so choppy as though I was reading a novel from someone who was taking a writing course for the first time in their life The I read the worse this got one minute a character was in the middle of an art gallery and in the next sentence in the same paragraph they were back in their hotel room WHAT How did she move so uickly The characters were not well developed hated men and hated technology were they supposed to be in their 3040 s or their 70 s I couldn t tell I wound up feeling nothing for them the conversations between these women and men were so unrealistic and the situations were so far fetched it felt as though the author had never experienced them and was writing based on a very negative bias she has towards them online dating Facebook sperm donation being in LA etc The author lives in Kansas City and so that was where she based her characters and if people in KC are anything like these 4 women we are all better off staying away from that city My recommendation Skip this one and save yourself the hours you will spend banging your head against the wall just to amuse yourself again

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Read Point Click Love Point Click Love Summary Ó eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Molly Shapiro Ù 8 Free read They’re not in Kansas any Katie a divorced mother of two secretly seeks companionship through the Internet only to discover that the rules of the dating game have drastically changed Annie a high powered East Coast transplant longs for a baby yet her online search for a sperm donor is not as easy or anonymous as she anticipates Maxine a successful artist with a seemingly perfect husband. 255 Passing grade but barelyPoint Click Love is Molly Shapiro s debut novel Four women in Kansas are each facing a crisis of sorts in their lives Maxine a successful artist married to an eually successful doctor finds that their relationship and sex life is suffering When her husband refuses to acknowledge the problem she instead becomes immersed in the lives of celebrities scouring online gossip sites Claudia is angry very angry Her husband Steve isn t working and doesn t even try to make an effort to cook or clean their home instead spending his days on FacebookNow all he wanted to do was gather material and run to the computer or his cell phone where he could share his thoughts and feelings with a larger appreciative audience I thought this was a fantastic lineAnnie is a successful single woman who has just realized she wants a child With no man in the picture she turns to online sperm banks And Katie a divorcee with two kids searches for companionship and sex through online dating sitesAnd so she decided to take care of her need for sex in the same way she took care of paying her bills finding cheap airfare and buying her kids school uniforms she went onlineAlthough the back cover blurb lists the women as being friends we don t see much interaction between them It seems that the story rotates to the next women in line every fourth chapter Each woman s tale could easily have been a short story As it was I started making myself a uick chart to keep track of who was who and what their issue was Why Well none of the characters really stood out for me they kind of all ran together I never really became invested in any of them at all they seemed uite stilted and wooden despite the dialogue Shapiro has provided them withThe book is touted as humourous women s fiction but I really didn t find too much to laugh at or with I found some of their behaviour tawdry sad and desperate not funny at all Some of the situations were completely far fetched A sperm bank receptionist who willingly gives up confidential information to one of them posing as a reporterThe fact that Jill had no idea that she was doing anything wrong by disclosing Marcus s identity made it even easier for Annie Kids today she thought No boundaries No rulesA mom who seriously considers being a paid Seeking Arrangement on Craigslist as a way to support herself when she loses her job Ick Perhaps some of these ideas looked good in the planning stages on a white board but they didn t make a smooth jump to the written pageShapiro has started with a good idea Point Click Love explores how the web and online interactions impact relationships and how nothing can truly replace that face to face connection But for me the delivery of that premise was only mediocre