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I Gave You My Heart, But You Sold It Online
Domestic Equalizers series #3

by Dixie Cash

      I gave you my heart, but you sold it online was an amazingly written book, which I found hard to put down. This book hit close to home on two fronts. The first being that it took place in Texas. I currently live in Texas, so the names of the towns were familiar to me. The second is that I met my husband online more than 10 years ago. Thatís about all of the familiarities between the book and my life.

Quint Matthews, a world champion bull rider, grew up in the rodeo and lived the lifestyle of the rich and famous. The one thing that he was lacking was a lady to love, who loved him back for just being him. So he placed an ad on an internet dating site. Found someone that he wanted to get to know a bit more and she just happened to live in the town of a former love and best friend. So he would give it a shot. He had business to take care of anyway in that far west hole in the wall town.

Allison was a single mother and owned her own dress shop. Unbeknownst to her, her 12 year old daughter Jill decided to put a profile on an internet dating website. For a month or so now, Jill, posing as Allison, had been communicating with a gentleman who found her most appealing and decided it was time to meet. So he made arrangements to meet Allison in a couple of hours and go out to dinner. So what is Jill to do, she has to get her mom out on a date with a complete stranger. Does she succeed? Read the book to find out.

I could go on and on, but that would ruin a great book for you, so I wonít say anymore about the storyline. I will tell you, you will enjoy this book and you will be rooting for the underdog!

The Book

Avon / Harper Collins
Aug 21, 2007
Fiction / mystery caper
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The Reviewer

Sandie Vega
Reviewed 2007
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