Love in All the Wrong Places

Love in All the Wrong Places

by Audrey Harte

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BN ID: 2940016748719
Publisher: Audrey Harte
Publication date: 04/10/2013
Series: Love in LA , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 247,890
File size: 955 KB

About the Author

Born and raised in Hawaii, Audrey Harte grew up an only child for the first eight years of her life, which forced her to use her imagination to keep herself entertained. She moved to Nebraska where she attended junior high and high school and participated in several plays and musical productions at the local community college and West Nebraska Arts Center. In 1998, Audrey relocated to Los Angeles, California where she has lived ever since. She has been writing poetry and song lyrics since she was young, but only more recently has she finished and self-published her first book.

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Love in All the Wrong Places 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
ReneeEntress More than 1 year ago
5 Stars After totally striking out with dating then seeing her best friend find love on-line Annie is going to try on-line dating for herself. She meets a few men but they all end up leaving. One leaves with a word and you have to wonder why? Will she end up with a great guy or is this on-line dating a bust too? Loved the laughs between her and Alex and glad she has someone who was there for her. Can’t wait for the next book in this series as this one ended on a cliffy.
lea84LJ More than 1 year ago
This story is about a young girl named Annie, who is unlucky in love, so she tries her luck with online dating...She is a really nice person, she made me laugh and cry, she loves to sing, cook and is athletic. She has a great friend/neighbor named Alex She meets 3 guys online - Gabe, Nate, and Casey. Each man is different from the last, but all are promising candidates to say the least. But just when she finds someone, who she didn't meet online, someone surprisingly comes back in to her world with one text! This book ends with a cliffhanger, and I am eagerly waiting to find out what happens to Annie Loved this debut book! I would have never imagined this was her first book. I recommend it a lot!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed reading this book. It was somewhat different than some of more recent books I've read. The main character seemed to always be looking for love in the wrong place or with Mr. Wrong. I would have like for some of the story line to continue a little more and for the ending to give me just a little more in regards to what was going to happen next, but I guess I'll just have to wait for book two. Overall all, it was an easy read and I did enjoy the story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Honestly, I just couldn’t get into this book. I guess it wasn’t for me. The main character, Annie seemed to me to lack any depth. She was a 20-something year old young woman working at a ho-hum job while looking for someone to share her life with. Now, that’s not all that uncommon for real life these days. I tried, but I didn’t find anything special or unique about her. Annie was sweet and giving, almost too giving to a fault. To me, she came off as rather desperate. I couldn’t connect with her in any way. And the men, well, they marched in and out of her life rather quickly. And well, hey, she gave it up rather quickly if you know what I mean. I wasn’t a fan of the writing style either. It was mostly narrative. It presented as a story in almost textbook-like fashion that I would later be quizzed on to test my comprehension. When I think about many of the other books I’ve read recently, the writing just couldn’t compare. I wasn’t moved by the story, couldn’t connect with the characters, and honestly, I couldn’t wait to be finished so I could move on. If you’re looking for a book to read about a young woman’s sexual escapades, then it might work for you. It didn’t work for me.
kaile73 More than 1 year ago
This book was emotional and sexy the writer brings us through dating sites and craigslist looking for the right one. once she finds someone they let her fall hard. This happens repeatedly through this book see how she handles the situations and if she found the one! at first I thought that it was going to just be e-mails through the whole book and was skeptical but I gave it a chance and read on and found there is a real story and the story is awesome. 
dmrobinson More than 1 year ago
Annie, oh, Annie. She is a young woman desperate to love and be loved. So desperate that she decides to try dating online. And chooses to use Craigslist to find love. You know that can’t lead to anything good! Annie has spunk and a fun attitude. I was a little turned off by her use of marijuana…it didn’t add to the story for me all that much. Annie has had a rough go of it with men though and seems to truly want to find ‘the one’. I loved the use of emails and text messages between her and the men she met. They were fun and sexy and seemed spot on with what you might expect from meeting someone online. Audrey Harte added some steamy without being over the top. One of the first things I noticed that was definitely different for me with Love in All the Wrong Places was to have the story told from a third person point of view. So often lately, the books I’ve read are all in first person, oftentimes in with multiple POVs. Even though that was different, I felt like I was still able to get caught up in the story as if I was in Annie’s head and hearing her POV. I was a bit frustrated with the ending as it seemed to just leave me hanging without knowing if there was going to be a sequel. It felt a bit unfinished and unresolved. Update: After posting our review, we learned that All The Right Things, a sequel, to Love In All the Wrong Places, is coming later in 2013. *ARC received from author for honest review.
Rucifey More than 1 year ago
So excited about reading this book!!