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To Catch a Cheat
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To Catch a Cheat

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by Kelley St. John
 

Single thirty-something Marissa, though beautiful and talented, is becoming increasingly skeptical about romance because every man in her life has been a cheater. She creates a website dedicated to exposing serial cheaters, but instead her website ushers back into her life her first boyfriend from adolescence, and he is determined to show her that a man can be true

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Single thirty-something Marissa, though beautiful and talented, is becoming increasingly skeptical about romance because every man in her life has been a cheater. She creates a website dedicated to exposing serial cheaters, but instead her website ushers back into her life her first boyfriend from adolescence, and he is determined to show her that a man can be true.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780446401227
Publisher:
Grand Central Publishing
Publication date:
10/31/2003
Pages:
416
Product dimensions:
4.25(w) x 7.00(h) x 1.25(d)

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Meet the Author

Kelley St. John's previous experience as a Senior Writer at NASA fueled her interest in writing action-packed suspense, although she also enjoys penning steamy romances and quirky women's fiction. She is a member of eight writing organizations, including Romance Writers of America, and is a board member for three.

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To Catch A Cheat 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
meghanbartram More than 1 year ago
Fun read for the beach but a bit overpriced!
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harstan More than 1 year ago
Marissa Kincaid compared her history with males to her pals at AtlantaTellAll Poll and finds she ahs always managed to date cheaters. Frustrated with men she decides to open up an Internet site TheGuyCheats.com exposing these two-timers where women can anecdote these losers.-------------- She starts with Trenton Jackson who canceled a date with then teen Marissa to go out with another girl. Trent learns of Melissa¿s web page and sees an opportunity to publicize his webzine so he responds. She sees a plus to his answering her charges and they form a He Said She Said debate over the net. The media enjoys the dispute and a radio arranges for the pair to share an apartment for a week. As they fall in love, she refuses to take a second chance on him as once a cheater always a cheater he will do anything to convince her they belong together forever.------------------ Readers obtain three fun contemporary romances 'including a proposal in a dugout'. The lead duo is fully developed characters so that Trent¿s desperation seems genuine and Marissa¿s mistrust as real. Although the premise that he sees a PR advantage to her site that insulted him seems inane, readers will not care as they will root for the heroine to finally catch her cheat.------------------- Harriet Klausner