Crush Dot Com

Crush Dot Com

by Leslie Van Newkirk

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Crush Dot Com by Leslie Van Newkirk

'Crush Dot Com is a delicious, wild ride through New York City's singles scene. The story delivers both a poignant and hilarious commentary on our universal fear of loneliness and under-achievement in today's complex society. What an enjoyable read!"

-Robin Slick, author of

Three Days in New York City.

about crush dot com:

When Brooke Hill, an employee for The Stitch, is unexpectedly dumped by her boyfriend, she turns to her dating savvy co-workers for solace. Their advice? Become a member of Crush.com, the city's most popular online personals site. What follows is Brooke's journey into the new and daunting world of Internet matchmaking, an exploration of how friendships change with job titles, an expose of the 'cat-eat-cat" fashionista milieu, and of course, the quintessential love story.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780595371495
Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/24/2005
Pages: 196
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.45(d)

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Robin Slick

Crush Dot Com is a delicious, wild ride through New York City's singles scene. The story delivers both a poignant and hilarious commentary on our universal fear of loneliness and under-achievement in today's complex society. What an enjoyable read!
—(Robin Slick, author of Three Days in New York City)

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Guest More than 1 year ago
Since I am familiar with the magazine workplace, I have always been attracted to novels like The Devil Wears Prada and Bergdorf Blondes, but I just discovered a new novel, Crush Dot Com by Leslie Van Newkirk, that exposes that same world. However instead of the upper crusty, upper East Side characters of Devil or Bergdorf Blondes, most of these characters live below 14th St. Along with the dominatrix editorial types, two of my favorite characters are Nightynight (screen names), the Trend Forecaster who claims that, ¿the city is my office¿ and quirky Crushedout, the creator of City Rats, a popular Village cartoon series. I think that anyone who likes Devil, Blondes, and Fashionista may like this one. I know I could not put it down.If you are a young professional woman living in NYC, you will recognize this world.