Sex, Lies and Online Dating

Sex Lies and Online Dating She explained THE TROUBLE WITH VALENTINE S DAY as if you didn t know Now Rachel Gibson tells all about SEX What is it about men anyway Bad cars bad jobs even bad teeth nothing convinces them that th

  • Title: Sex, Lies and Online Dating
  • Author: Rachel Gibson
  • ISBN: 9780755334599
  • Page: 154
  • Format: Paperback
  • She explained THE TROUBLE WITH VALENTINE S DAY as if you didn t know Now Rachel Gibson tells all about SEX What is it about men anyway Bad cars, bad jobs, even bad teeth nothing convinces them that they can t snare a Size Two Babe with a D cup chest And after way too many internet dates with men named luvstick and bigdaddy182, Lucy Rothschild shouShe explained THE TROUBLE WITH VALENTINE S DAY as if you didn t know Now Rachel Gibson tells all about SEX What is it about men anyway Bad cars, bad jobs, even bad teeth nothing convinces them that they can t snare a Size Two Babe with a D cup chest And after way too many internet dates with men named luvstick and bigdaddy182, Lucy Rothschild should know LIES But sitting across from her now is hardluvnman, and he seems different sensitive, honest, and hot He says he s a plumber, while Lucy claims she s a nurse She s really a mystery writer, dating online while researching her next book Hey, everyone lies a little, don t they AND ONLINE DATING But Quinn s really an undercover cop hunting down a serial killer, and he sees Lucy as his top suspect And while he could really go for this smart, sexy woman with the killer bod if that s the only thing killer about her he knows he needs to wine and dine her and discover the truth Hey, he realizes the dating scene can be deadly but this is ridiculous

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    About “Rachel Gibson

    • Rachel Gibson

      Rachel was born in Boise, Idaho, USA Her father worked for a telephone company, and her mother was a housewife Idaho has the largest population of Basques outside of the Basque lands of Spain She grew up with kids with last names like Uberuaga, Berriochoa, and Egisquiza, but years later she discovered the rest of the country didn t really know much about the Basque culture or history Rachel s storytelling career began at the age of sixteen when she ran her Chevy Vega into the side of a hill, retrieved the bumper and broken glass from the ground, and drove to her High School parking lot With the help of her friend, she strategically scattered the broken pieces and told her parents she d been the victim of a hit and run They believed her, and she s been telling stories ever since Four of her novels were named among the Top Ten Favorite Books of The Year by Romance Writers of America Two of her novels, True Confessions and Not Another Bad Date, were awarded the RITA, Romance Writers of America s highest honor of excellence Some of Rachel s other awards and achievements include The Golden Heart Award, the National Reader s Choice, Editor s Top Pick, Publisher Weekly s Quill nominee, Borders bestselling romantic comedy and Romantic Time s Career Achievement award.When not writing, Rachel can be found shopping for shoes or looking for strange and unusual flowers to plant in her garden.

    427 thoughts on “Sex, Lies and Online Dating

    • Wow, I loved this book! Absolutely exceptional!When I picked up this one, I didn't know that I was going to read a Romantic Suspense story. But it was ok, I was just a little bit surprised considering most of Rachel Gibson’s books, especially the other books in this series that I already read, are Contemporary Romance. (I got the same feeling I got when I started reading her book, Lola Carlyle Reveals All.) And as always happens when I read her books, I was hooked from the first page and total [...]


    • Lucy was a writer. She worked with words. She filled each of her books with a hundred thousand of them. But only two words cam to mind. Holy Crap! Not eloquent but fitting.When I went to read this one I saw that my Kindle was at 100% so I had read it already. It did sound a bit familiar but hey, better to re-read a good book than to read a mediocre new book? Right.She pulled out a pair of jeans and a woman’s marathon T-shirt from the time she’d signed up to run but had accicentally on purpos [...]


    • 3,8, casi 4. Me lo he pasado pipa, me encantan estas historias de la Gibson. Lo que disfruto yo con estas lecturas xDDDD.Quiero un Quinn


    • I can't particularly think of much good to say about this book. I wouldn't say it was downright horribly badwell, maybe not. It was a waste of $7, though.The plot isn't exactly original - A serial killer meeting victims online. I've read a number of books with a similar theme. Which isn't a bad thing, necessarily, if the author can make their work stand-out from the rest, but for this book, there was nothing to this storyline to separate it from anything else out there. It was all pretty basic a [...]


    • 3.5 stars.Fun plot and Lucy finally became interesting by the middle of the book. She felt pretty blah to me in the beginning for some weird reason. Quinn was great throughout the whole book so he saved the story.


    • Ah, the trials of online dating in the 2006 frontier. The primitive matchups made a good backdrop for this pseudo-suspense romance. Although the story was kind of basic, I found myself intrigued by the dynamic of two people dating undercover, one for research for her book, the other a cop on a case. And while I thought Quinn was a bit obtuse in thinking Lucy might be the killer because she wrote so evocatively I had to remind myself that a lot of people don't understand how writers work and that [...]



    • Lucy Rothschild, mystery writer, is doing a research on online dating. Her next book is about a serial killer who kills people she met online so Lucy is doing the same, minus the murders. She is just doing her job. Quinn ('hardluvnman') is also doing his, dating women who are the most likely suspects in the serial killer case. Someone has already killed three men and Quinn's job is to find the killer. He didn't expect to be this attracted to one of the suspects though. Neither did Lucy expect to [...]



    • This was good! I listened to the audio for about 60% until my library loan expired and I needed to purchase the book to find out what happened. I really liked both main characters.


    • I'm thinking that maybe Sex, Lies, and Online Dating should receive even less than 3 stars, but after reading two previous Gibson books that I absolutely adored (they were my first of hers and total hits: It Must Be Love and See Jane Score) I'm reluctant to give a worse rating.The writing was good I guess, though Gibson sometimes cuts up her sentences very oddly and one feels like a period was put in one place when it should have been a few words earlier or later. On the plus side, Lucy's female [...]


    • I will always feel the loss of her, but that doesn’t mean I have to stand in one place and feel the pain of it every day. For the rest of my life.- QuinnAren’t double standards a bitch?- LucyI want to be with you. I like being with you. When I’m not with you, I’m thinking about you. No one else. Just you.- QuinnI wanted you more than I can ever remember wanting anything in my life.- QuinnI thought you were going to keep your hands to yourself.- LucyFuck that.- QuinnAre you going to remem [...]


    • After a very long time, a male lead forced me to sympathise with him. Poor guy was simply trying to do his job. Falling in love with a suspect while you’re in an under-cover job was bound to be a miserable mess. I suppose the heroine’s allowed to feel indignation at having been considered a suspected serial killer, but give the poor guy a break. He couldn’t have disclosed any information to her. Until she was categorically absolved of any kind of suspicion, he couldn’t have done much to [...]



    • Nope. Not even 15 minutes in and I'm hearing awkward pauses and a forced cadence to Kathleen Early's audiobook phrasing. This is going to have to be one for print if indeed I do end up picking it up again. I think this is a case of personal preference and not voice talent or casting - but it's decidedly not for me.


    • HAHA! Sex, Lies, and Online Dating definitely put a smile on my face this Saturday! Just goes to show that honesty is the best policy! Lucy is a murder mystery writer and she uses online dating programs to go on "dates" to do research for her books. Basically, she takes down mental notes on the people and then she "kills them off" In her book of course! But she doesn't realize that some crazy woman is using her books as an instruction manual and committing real crimes! Now Quinn is a cop who wen [...]


    • REVIEW OF REREAD NOV 2012:Six years after I first read this, my star rating is still a 3-star meh. In fact, I couldn't even be bothered to get halfway because this time round, it did sound like chick lit. This time I couldn't find anything to enjoy because there was nothing to attract me to either MC - the heroine was bland and so was the hero and six years after the book was released, the online dating plot device is so old that the only thing that could have saved the story was if the MCs were [...]


    • Fairly standard fare. Mystery writer Lucy Rothschild is dating men found on the internet to come up with characters for her book character to kill. Detective Quinn McIntyre is dating women found online to find the one killing people. He thinks she did it. She suddenly thinks he's dreamy. Can they get over the lies? Can they catch the real killer? Can they keep their hands of each other? Well it is a romance novel, what do you think?Light and fun overall. Likable characters and a few funny moment [...]


    • 3.5 EASY LISTENING STARS!With the hustle and bustle of the school holidays sometimes you just want a book that you can listen to that doesn't require lots of thought and doesn't put you on an emotional roller coaster.This read/listen was a perfect combination of sweet and suspenseful, it held my interest and kept me entertained. A lighthearted romance with a good murder mystery storyline.


    • Overall I enjoyed this book. It wasn't a nail bitter or anything just a fun romantic chick lit book. I was slightly surprised in the end when we found out who the serial killer was. In my mind I had thought it was various employees of the book store, one of the mystery writers friends and one of the other suspects from the online dating pool over the course of the book but had finally settled on a single suspect who was not the culprit at all.


    • At least 3.5, prob even 3.75 stars. Reread this lovely piece of fluff to get away from my brain for awhile. Gibson is one of my go to's, although this is not my favorite in the quartet. I did find myself enjoying this book more than I remembered and wondering why it wasn't in my reread rotation more often.



    • This was super cute and light. The title names were amusing and I laughed a little as well. Definitely not a typical murder mystery book. I really enjoyed this.


    • She explained the trouble with Valentine's Day (as if you didn't know!) Now Rachel Gibson tells all about . . .Sex . . . What is it about men anyway? Bad cars, bad jobs, even bad teeth—nothing convinces them that they can't snare a Size Two Babe with a D-cup chest. And after way too many internet dates with men named "luvstick" and "bigdaddy182," Lucy Rothschild should know. Lies . . . But sitting across from her now is "hardluvnman," and he seems different—sensitive, honest, and hot! He say [...]


    • This is the first book in Gibson series about 4 friends who are successful writers in different genres and while I enjoyed her funny lines, fast paced writing style and nice characters I couldn't overcome the fact that the plot was a bit of a letdown for me.Lucy is a writer. She writes thrillers and is currently researching a new story about a killer who chooses his victims online so she sets up a few dates through an online dating site. Quinn is a police officer investigating a series of crimes [...]


    • Click here for more Rachel Gibson reviewsSummary:Lucy is posing as a nurse and is online dating to research her next book “Dead”. She has gone out several times with guys who call themselves “luvstick” and “bigdaddy182” and she has about had enough. Her last date is with “hardluvnman”, but from the beginning this date is different, this one is HOT! Quinn is an undercover cop, and Lucy is a prime suspect in a murder investigation. All three victims were male who were on the online [...]


    • Lucy is a mystery writer whose latest book (unpublished) just happens to mirror the actions of a serial killer who currently has three kills under her belt. Detective Quinn McIntyre goes undercover to catch the killer, suspected of finding victims via online dating sites.Lucy, for her research is also online, setting up dates. She and Quinn inevitably meet. For both it is attraction as first sight. For Lucy she wonders why this hunky guy is trolling online for dates. For Quinn, he is sure, much [...]


    • Lucy is a writer working on her new novel; she is doing online dating strictly for research purposes. She has meet all kinds of men, none of which she really wants to get to know better. Until she meets Quinn on a coffee date, she thinks he might me worth seeing again. Quinn is wants to see Lucy again too, only problem, he is doing online dating because someone is killing men. The same men that Lucy has been going on dates with, so he is the cop who goes undercover to find out who is killing the [...]


    • SEXWhat is it about men anyway? Bad cars, bad jobs, even bad teeth -- nothing convinces them that they can't snare a Size Two Babe with a D-cup chest. And after way too many internet dates with men named "luvstick" and "bigdaddy182," Lucy Rothschild should knowESBut sitting across from her now is "hardluvnman," and he seems different -- sensitive, honest, and hot! He says he's a plumber, while Lucy claims she's a nurse! She's really a mystery writer, dating online while researching her next book [...]


    • I couldn't even get past page 92 of this book. Rachel Gibson must be paid by the word, or by the adjective, because the book is filled with unnecessary, unimportant, useless details.For example, within the first two pages, the main character's BMW is mentioned twice, we know she's wearing a Ralph Lauren blazer (navy blue), and her umbrella is red as she opens the umbrella before stepping outside her car. Seriously? We need this level of detail when introducing a character? Most of the novel is l [...]


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