Hook Line And Internetted [NOOK Book]

Overview

Based on true events. Angela's friend Maggie discovers her husband Phil has been cheating on her. She is so distraught after confronting him that she has a fatal car accident. Phil does not know that Maggie confided in Angela before the accident and Angela does not let on she knows. Instead with the help of her own husband, Angela decides to take revenge on Phil by using an internet dating agency.

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Hook Line And Internetted

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Overview

Based on true events. Angela's friend Maggie discovers her husband Phil has been cheating on her. She is so distraught after confronting him that she has a fatal car accident. Phil does not know that Maggie confided in Angela before the accident and Angela does not let on she knows. Instead with the help of her own husband, Angela decides to take revenge on Phil by using an internet dating agency.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940033165711
  • Publisher: Stephanie M Turner
  • Publication date: 4/5/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 748,754
  • File size: 480 KB

Meet the Author

'Writing is my passion' Of course it is, anyone who knows me can tell you this. I have been writing since I was able to put a pencil to paper and could string together a few badly spelled words with crayon pictures of princesses and their princes alongside the stories. But as I grew, so did my writing both in quality and maturity. Today I write for others to read because I want my imagination to come alive for them. Mostly I write teen fiction, why? because I have a great deal of experience interacting with children and teenagers as part of my career. But also because I am a mother of four, and after spending years talking and listening to them and their friends, I believe I have gained a wonderful insight into the way they act and interact. They are my inspiration.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 17, 2012

    Interesting concept- extremely hard to read.

    "Hook Line and Internetted" is a fictional story based on true events. The author and her husband baited a "friend" into internet dating and lured him in with a false profile- all to teach him a lesson after he had cheated on her friend, which led to the car accident that claimed her life.

    The book itself is mainly the online messages between "Briony" and the man, split apart with commentary by the author.

    It's extremely difficult to read- with typos, a lack of paragraph breaks in the email and so on. Even the commentary is filled with grammatical errors.

    I did finish this, mostly because Phil (the man being baited) was such a jerk I wanted to see how they planned to end it. But ultimately, that payoff wasn't enough to make up for the difficulty in reading the emails- even though the book does make it clear that the emails really were the ones from the correspondence (with names changed) and the the backstory was fictionalized.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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