Hotm@ail
Jessica Adams
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Jun 15, 2019 - 20:44 PM By Jessica Adams

Saturday night is a nightmare when you re single Saturday night is for couples and everyone knows it.Victoria Total Bloody Relationships Disaster Shepworth is single and knows all about Saturday nights alone A broken relationship with the guy she thought was the one has led to a string of disastrous dates Now she s fed up with being on her own and is once again in sSaturday night is a nightmare when you re single Saturday night is for couples and everyone knows it.Victoria Total Bloody Relationships Disaster Shepworth is single and knows all about Saturday nights alone A broken relationship with the guy she thought was the one has led to a string of disastrous dates Now she s fed up with being on her own and is once again in search of the man of her dreams But life begins to look decidedly interesting when she becomes involved in an internet romance with glamorous Frenchman, Pierre Dubois Little does she know he could be closer than she thinks
  • Title: Hotm@ail
  • Author: Jessica Adams
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 344
  • Format: Paperback

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Rebecca Jun 15, 2019 - 20:44 PM
bridget jones-like book, but set in australia, but you would never know except for the few mentions of places there. a book where the wilds of the internet are just starting and everyone online is good and pure! turns out the guy girl has been chatting with lives upstairs! and for some reason she freaks out. they sort of get together in the end, but not really. it's like there is potential for it, but it doesn't go all the way, which i like. too unrealistc.
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Danielle Jun 15, 2019 - 20:44 PM
I like the look of this cover, with the catchy title of the book that caught my eye whilst browsing the shelfs of my local library. As you can see it shows us a picture of the Eifel Tower on the front cover which I loved. I loved the story plot, and the charachters which gripped me from the first page. The story is set in the 90s, which I personally think its a great way to think back about relationships back in the 90s before computers and mobile phones were out. In this modern day life your no [...]
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Kourtney Jun 15, 2019 - 20:44 PM
I wanted to like this more. I should have liked this more. This had all of the elements that appeal to me at the moment - 30, single, sad about it, career going nowhere - hey she wrote all about me! This book was written in the 90s with the rise of the internet. It brought me back to that time when it was exciting to talk to people you never would have ever met before the internet existed. But it just didn't do it for me. There were times I had to force myself to pick up the book to finish it (t [...]
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Plum-crazy Jun 15, 2019 - 20:44 PM
Victoria is the usual thirty-something with a number of failed relationships behind her but supported is by the obligatory lesbian friends. When she's given a computer for her birthday she discovers the wonders of the internet & soon she's having a e-mail relationship with Pierre, who's an Englishman living in Paris - or is he & you'd have to be pretty thick not work out who Pierre is!On the whole it's enjoyable chick-lit but nothing out of the ordinary. It's got a very 90's feel to it b [...]
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Jayde Jun 15, 2019 - 20:44 PM
Easy to read book for in between the heavier ones. Romantic life in the days before mobile phones existed. Every girl will no doubt relate to some of this book.
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Emer Jun 15, 2019 - 20:44 PM
This was not a bad book, and it kept me entertained for a couple of hours, but I don't believe it's a book I would read again or recommend to a friend.To be honest, it was rather difficult for me to even get past the first chapter. At the start of the book, main character Victoria Shepworth is wallowing in self-pity after a break up. Now, I'm not quite as old as Victoria so I don't know if I would have the same reaction as her to a break up at the age of 30, but I felt her internal monologue (wh [...]
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Leen Jun 15, 2019 - 20:44 PM
Een doorsnee chicklit verhaal, zul je denken; wel dat is het natuurlijk ook, al speelt het zich af in wijlen de jaren negentig, toen de computer en het internet een log, onbekend en daarom mysterieus en bovendien compleet overbodig attribuut was. Victoria schetst haar leven met de nodige humor doorspekt met zelfmedelijden en de wanhoop eigen aan een werkloze, single dertiger zonder toekomstperspectieven. Anders dan bij de huidige doorsnee chicklit verhaaltjes waar boy-meets-girl gevolgd wordt do [...]
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Sarah Jun 15, 2019 - 20:44 PM
This book would normally represent everything I hate; trite, cliched, mindless fiction, aimed solely at women and their ‘issues’. This book did suffer from that, not going to lie, the plot is pretty laughably transparent and some of the stereotyping is truly amazing, but despite all those things I enjoyed this book for one reason and one reason only… I did not realise it was written in 1998 and it brought back so many memories of my early days on the internet. So many things made me take a [...]
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Joke Jun 15, 2019 - 20:44 PM
Ach, wat kan ik hierover vertellen 't Is chicklit. Niet onverdienstelijk. Maar het boek zal ook niet blijven hangen.De personages waren geen stereotiepjes, dus dat was mooi meegenomen.Opvallend: Het Net (internet) is in dit boek nieuw, nieuw, nieuw. En spannend. De meesten hebben nog geen eigen mailadres. En surfen is helemaal een avontuur. Het is best wel confronterend om op deze manier te ontdekken hoe snel alles gaat.Aardig, best leuk, geen blijvertje.
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Mariefitriani Jun 15, 2019 - 20:44 PM
absolutely hilarious as someone who grew up watching the internet become available to the masses gradually, this novel is like a flashback to the early 90s, when people are just learning how to use email and the neighbour actually taught her how to chat on IRC (which i actually used when i was a kid!), i know that my very best friend would enjoy this, haha
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Deirdre Jun 15, 2019 - 20:44 PM
While I guessed chunks of the suspense end of the plot this was a harmless read. Nothing spectacular but entertaining enough. Victoria Shepworth has been dumped, on her 30th birthday and this is the story of her slow climb from disaster to romance.Yeah, yeah, filled with cliche but has some entertaining moments
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Karschtl Jun 15, 2019 - 20:44 PM
Netter harmloser Chick-Lit, wenn ich mich recht entsinne spielt er sogar in Australien - was ihn in meiner Bibliographie zu einem kleinen Exoten macht. Das Internet als Single-Börse kann übrigens sogar funktionieren!!
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Mersina Seena Jun 15, 2019 - 20:44 PM
I remember reading this book over 10years ago and from what I remembered I enjoyed it. So much so that I bought it in paperback wanting to re read it. This time round though wasn't as thrilled with it.
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Ruth Jun 15, 2019 - 20:44 PM
War süß (v. a. auch wegen des Neunziger-Jahre-"Das Internet ist noch so frisch"-Charmes), aber leider konnte mich die Protagonistin – Viktoria Beziehungskatastrophe Shepard – nicht so recht um den Finger wickeln und auch das Happy End war etwas sehr gewöhnungsbedürftig.
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Catherine Jun 15, 2019 - 20:44 PM
I think every girl can relate to this book at some stage in their life. Over thinking about what they did wrong with their ex and how it can be fixed even though they should just leave it be. Falling for the first guy that comes after the ex. Its all so true. Could have been better written though
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Fez Jun 15, 2019 - 20:44 PM
This has to be the funniest book I have read in a long long time! There were moments I couldn't see what I was reading from the tears of laughter pouring down my face. You just cant beat Aussie humour! Would have been 5 stars but I was a little disappointed in the ending :D
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Debby Roberts Jun 15, 2019 - 20:44 PM
I really liked this book although I wasn't altogether happy with the ending but the journey was well worth the read. There were some likeable characters and some quite introspective and thoughtful exploration of relationships,and I would definitely read more of this author's work.
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Hayley Jun 15, 2019 - 20:44 PM
This was an interesting book - definitley a holiday read - it had well rounded characters and the story line was easily something that could happen for real.
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Leanne Jun 15, 2019 - 20:44 PM
was a good book but I didn't like the end I'm afraid
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Muriel Mulder Jun 15, 2019 - 20:44 PM
Can't seem to get past the first chapter :s
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Ellen Jun 15, 2019 - 20:44 PM
Vaguely cute, and when I originally read it online romance was still a novel idea. I suspect in a few decades it'll be a giggled-about relic.
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Angela Kitchen Jun 15, 2019 - 20:44 PM
started slow, got better in the middle, but the end was just alright. funny to read a book where you accessed the Internet via modem still though.
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Glenda Jun 15, 2019 - 20:44 PM
The perfect sort of book to take you away to a nice place.I read this at the begining of my first year at JJ Cahill, was overwhelmed by my first proper job and this was perfect.
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Genevieve Dazet Jun 15, 2019 - 20:44 PM
Eh, so far. I'm actually skimming/skipping parts, which I never do. I love internet-dating books, toois one's a disappointment.
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Zippy Jun 15, 2019 - 20:44 PM
I am not a lover of "chicklit" but surprisingly I enjoyed this, and the characters. A very easy read, but funny and quite thought provoking in places.
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Julz Gibsoni Jun 15, 2019 - 20:44 PM
I simply fell in love with reading this book, I just didnt want it to finish.
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ah li Jun 15, 2019 - 20:44 PM
light, easy and enjoyable. loved the tension between the characters.
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Nina Sukarsono Jun 15, 2019 - 20:44 PM
I really enjoyed it. Although I wished for a more indulging ending, but I guess the author prefered a more realistic ending ^_^
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Hotm@ail By Jessica Adams Saturday night is a nightmare when you re single Saturday night is for couples and everyone knows it.Victoria Total Bloody Relationships Disaster Shepworth is single and knows all about Saturday nights alone A broken relationship with the guy she thought was the one has led to a string of disastrous dates Now she s fed up with being on her own and is once again in sSaturday night is a nightmare when you re single Saturday night is for couples and everyone knows it.Victoria Total Bloody Relationships Disaster Shepworth is single and knows all about Saturday nights alone A broken relationship with the guy she thought was the one has led to a string of disastrous dates Now she s fed up with being on her own and is once again in search of the man of her dreams But life begins to look decidedly interesting when she becomes involved in an internet romance with glamorous Frenchman, Pierre Dubois Little does she know he could be closer than she thinks

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