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Modern love can be a headache. Just ask Annie Morgan, who, recently divorced, finds herself in the middle of the proverbial online dating jungle. Making a deal with her best friend, Annie agrees to go out on exactly five online dates out of seventy-six potential suitors. Shane Nicholls was jaded, he had his heart broken and never got over the hurt. Now, convinced that all Modern love can be a headache. Just ask Annie Morgan, who, recently divorced, finds herself in the middle of the proverbial online dating jungle. Making a deal with her best friend, Annie agrees to go out on exactly five online dates out of seventy-six potential suitors. Shane Nicholls was jaded, he had his heart broken and never got over the hurt. Now, convinced that all women are trouble, he avoids drama at any cost. Funny thing is, drama seems to find Shane around every corner. Can Annie, a romantic at heart, find love online or will she find love at first sight the old-fashioned way, by awkward, chance meetings with Shane Nicholls? Through a number of obstacles and heartache, Annie and Shane find that love at first sight really does exist if you truly believe.


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Modern love can be a headache. Just ask Annie Morgan, who, recently divorced, finds herself in the middle of the proverbial online dating jungle. Making a deal with her best friend, Annie agrees to go out on exactly five online dates out of seventy-six potential suitors. Shane Nicholls was jaded, he had his heart broken and never got over the hurt. Now, convinced that all Modern love can be a headache. Just ask Annie Morgan, who, recently divorced, finds herself in the middle of the proverbial online dating jungle. Making a deal with her best friend, Annie agrees to go out on exactly five online dates out of seventy-six potential suitors. Shane Nicholls was jaded, he had his heart broken and never got over the hurt. Now, convinced that all women are trouble, he avoids drama at any cost. Funny thing is, drama seems to find Shane around every corner. Can Annie, a romantic at heart, find love online or will she find love at first sight the old-fashioned way, by awkward, chance meetings with Shane Nicholls? Through a number of obstacles and heartache, Annie and Shane find that love at first sight really does exist if you truly believe.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Katie (Hiding in the Pages)

    Annie has recently divorced and is now looking for love again. Her best friend, Sam, gets her to agree to go out with five guys from the online dating site that she recently joined. I was amazed at how her dates turned out. Are there really guys out there like that? There were some very humorous situations, that's for sure. I love the way Annie gets so emotional about Shane and assumes that she knows all about his type, yet upon self-examination, realizes that maybe he sees her in a similar way. Annie has recently divorced and is now looking for love again. Her best friend, Sam, gets her to agree to go out with five guys from the online dating site that she recently joined. I was amazed at how her dates turned out. Are there really guys out there like that? There were some very humorous situations, that's for sure. I love the way Annie gets so emotional about Shane and assumes that she knows all about his type, yet upon self-examination, realizes that maybe he sees her in a similar way. Annie is a very no-nonsense girl and I love how she handles some of those awkward dates and situations. Shane hasn't ever recovered from the broken heart he suffered from years ago, yet he finds himself going on one bad date to the next, with drama and crazies at every turn. Shane has been burned, yet he tortures himself with the dating scene, just in case he can find that special someone. He comes across as tough, but he's got a heart of gold--he's an amazing teacher and not everyone can do that. I love the part when he takes his dog, Tiny, in to be checked out for fleas. Shane and Annie meet in such a sweet way but their insecurities and assumptions lead to misunderstandings and obstacles that may prove to be too great to overcome. With a story built upon misconceptions, I wasn't sure how things would work out, but they did. I loved it! Content: minimal swearing; no violence; kissing--no intimate details. Clean! *I received a copy in exchange for an honest review*

  2. 5 out of 5

    Joanna Brocklehurst smith

    Annie Morgan, newly divorced, finds herself agreeing to join an online dating service at the insistence of her best friend. Agreeing to five dates only, Annie meets some of the most unsuitable people possible. The only man she meets who holds her interest is one not met through the service. Every time she runs into Shane Nicholls, literally for the most part, she feels an intense connection. Shane is convince that all women are trouble, he wants to find someone nice and normal. Does this exist? Annie Morgan, newly divorced, finds herself agreeing to join an online dating service at the insistence of her best friend. Agreeing to five dates only, Annie meets some of the most unsuitable people possible. The only man she meets who holds her interest is one not met through the service. Every time she runs into Shane Nicholls, literally for the most part, she feels an intense connection. Shane is convince that all women are trouble, he wants to find someone nice and normal. Does this exist? Running into Annie is a shock to his system, he doesn’t understand the connection. When he keeps running into her the feeling grows each time. When they booth keep seeing the other out with different people every time they both seem to assume the other is a player, which is rather funny. When Shane turns up at Annie’s place of work, with yet another woman, Annie decides that she needs to put Shane out of her mind once and for all. Easier said than done… Shane reaching a similar conclusion after seeing Annie with another man, decides he needs to do something drastic to forget her. Can the pair sort it before it’s too late? Another good, clean read by Mya O’Malley. A really sweet tale of how circumstances can be viewed from another’s perspective. Is there really such a thing as love at first sight? Reading this I would definitely say yes. Really good read. Suitable for all.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    This is a lovely heart warming and can be funny at times story about recently divorced Annie Morgan. Who agrees with her best friend Sam to go on an online dating site. she agrees to go on 5 dates. After her divorce she has some trust issues. So she is very dubious who she meets. Along the way she meets Aaron there is no chemistry there but they become best of friends. Then when she is out she bumps into this guy Shane Nicholls their eye meet. Not believing that there is love at first sight she This is a lovely heart warming and can be funny at times story about recently divorced Annie Morgan. Who agrees with her best friend Sam to go on an online dating site. she agrees to go on 5 dates. After her divorce she has some trust issues. So she is very dubious who she meets. Along the way she meets Aaron there is no chemistry there but they become best of friends. Then when she is out she bumps into this guy Shane Nicholls their eye meet. Not believing that there is love at first sight she carries on with her dating site. But as she does this, she keeps bumping into Shane. I won't tell you anymore you will have to read it yourself. Lovely story with a happy ending. Well worth the read.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Joan Clark

    At First Sight was an easy sweet read. The dialogue was witty and entertaining and had me laughing at times. The romance is slowly introduced in increments. Annie and Shane's navigation of online dating and set ups from friends provided endless sympathy and entertainment. They both have baggage from previous relationships that make dating a mine field. This book is a nice summer read to enjoy while laying on the beach or a few hours escapism from life's struggles. At First Sight was an easy sweet read. The dialogue was witty and entertaining and had me laughing at times. The romance is slowly introduced in increments. Annie and Shane's navigation of online dating and set ups from friends provided endless sympathy and entertainment. They both have baggage from previous relationships that make dating a mine field. This book is a nice summer read to enjoy while laying on the beach or a few hours escapism from life's struggles.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Suzie

    Online dating, love at first sight and psycho ex's make for an interesting story in this book by Mya O'Malley. It seems that Shane and Annie's relationship is doomed from the start, can't they both put the past behind them and trust each other enough to make a future with each other? This is a fun, cute story that gets 4 stars from me. Online dating, love at first sight and psycho ex's make for an interesting story in this book by Mya O'Malley. It seems that Shane and Annie's relationship is doomed from the start, can't they both put the past behind them and trust each other enough to make a future with each other? This is a fun, cute story that gets 4 stars from me.

  6. 4 out of 5

    K.M. Lowe

    A lovely straight forward romantic story... Love at first sight is exactly as the title suggests. Two young people destined to be together, although everyone can see it apart from them. The happy times come and go for both Annie and Shane, but their life is miserable without one another. Their love at first sight turns into a happy ever after. Another lovely story by Mya O'Malley. A lovely straight forward romantic story... Love at first sight is exactly as the title suggests. Two young people destined to be together, although everyone can see it apart from them. The happy times come and go for both Annie and Shane, but their life is miserable without one another. Their love at first sight turns into a happy ever after. Another lovely story by Mya O'Malley.

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