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Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite
I Love You, Send Money by Jordan M Alexander is a wild adventure into online dating. In the next 20 years or so, we can expect a high percentage of new relationships to begin life on the internet. Internet dating is the in thing right now and is no longer seen as a seedy, desperate pastime. It’s THE place to be, THE place to be seen, and the very best place to meet a well-matched partner. At least that’s why Alexis and James joined. Alexis has no time for relationships; she is too busy with family and work. James is successful, he gets about in his job, and he dotes on his son. He lost his wife 8 years before and thinks the time is right to start again. Neither of them is expecting to find the right person, but they still sign up. So, pour a glass of wine, settle in, and join Alexis and James on a rollercoaster ride of epic proportions.
I Love You, Send Money by Jordan M Alexander was a great read. Internet dating doesn’t have to be bad, it doesn’t have to be for the desperate, and it definitely isn’t always dangerous. This was a riveting read, full of emotion with a dark twist to it. It is funny, sad, romantic, and adventurous all in one. The writing style gives you the feeling that you are peering over someone’s shoulder, reading what they write, watching as they fight through the battles of each chapter. Although it is a real story, it was written to feel like a cosy novel with a harsh touch of reality. This was incredibly well-written, heartwarming and heartbreaking all at the same time, and a fascinating read. Looking forward to the next one.