Hello Soulmate

Hello Soulmate

by Faith Anna

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Hello Soulmate by Faith Anna

Erin Lindgren, a bright and astute woman, fails miserably when choosing a man. After a series of false starts, she gives up hope of ever finding the man of her dreams.
Soon after returning to the United States from South Africa, she embarks on another move to Victoria, Canada - searching for an undefined sense of fulfilment.
Impulsively and despite her reservations about online dating, Erin joins an online dating site. She skips the basic membership and vaults to VIP status.
Erin soon realizes that in the world of e-bachelorette she held all the aces. So she guarded her heart, calculating and plotting her moves to exacting perfection. But logical reasoning does not hold sway for very long....
Will this be another false start for Erin? Or, will it take her on an adventure of a lifetime?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153671727
Publisher: Faith Anna
Publication date: 07/06/2016
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 669,013
File size: 255 KB

About the Author

Hi! I am an author, blogger and language instructor. I live in BC, Canada. I have worked in universities, non-profit and the government. When I am not working, I like to write, read, watch movies, and do a variety of other fun stuff. I love harleys, jeeps, and horses.

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Hello Soulmate 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
oklee More than 1 year ago
Oh my, if only this book was even close to the "Overview" The main character is so fixated on herself that she drones on and on and on about the most detailed aspects of herself, what she wears, how she's built, her hair, her clothes, her apartment, what she eats (or doesn't eat) all the while telling us how unassuming she is. Than there's her thought process of over thinking every thing and anything which always ends up with a negative conclusion. There's some nice descriptions of the areas she lives in and visits but after awhile that becomes too much too. She's a Christian but she "flirts" with a married man, she doesn't want to have sex outside of marriage but she'll tease. Home and recovering from a hospital stay, I actually read the entire book thinking that sooner or later it was going to get somewhere, it didn't. I appreciate a free read and give any author credit for sharing the written page so thanks to Faith for that. With some serious editing maybe a sweet tale of romance could be unearthed but for me this was just too much of everything, about too much of nothing with a very unlikeable self absorbed leading character that thought and reacted like an immature teenager. And so much unrelated uninteresting detail it was exhausting.
JenniferS More than 1 year ago
This was really a strange story. I was never able to get into it and found I wasn't satisfied by most of the dialogue in the story.
hugstar More than 1 year ago
It was a light read for me with main character often having inner dialogues with herself. She's a funny and likeable character in spite of her many flaws. I gave it a five star because writer kept it real, showing how it is human to make mistakes, have strengths and weaknesses, doubts and hope, heartbreak and joy. It's a story without pretense or make-believe.