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Dating is an intimidating adventure, especially when you're in your late twenties; half of your friends are married and having babies, and the other half are still nursing hangovers every Monday at the office. Then there's Khaley, who's kind of in-between... Nevertheless, she's determined to navigate the strange world of dating, which is made even more complicated by the fact it's all online these days. Using Tinder and Plenty of Fish, she never knows what she may possibly encounter every time she "swipes right" or hears her phone ping. Mystery, awkwardness, laughter, and heartbreak abound. What began as a personal blog to document Khaley's experiences in the proverbial (online) pond has blossomed into a book. Swipe Right is a humorous and touching tale that uniquely explores the joys and challenges of dating in the modern world. Single women (and men seeking insight into the other side) will connect deeply with her words and laugh along with her as she embarks on her perfectly imperfect journey for love. Khaley's honesty and wit will inspire readers to keep their hearts open and fingers swiping while always staying true to their own strengths and beauties....
God wants you to have amazing sex There is nothing more powerful on earth than the forces of love, sex, and romance. In fact, relationships are a matter of life-and-death importance. So how you can train today for the relationship you want tomorrow? In Swipe Right, Levi Lusko shares with raw honesty from his own life experiences and God’s Word how to regret-proof your marriage bed and your deathbed resist settling for instant pleasure by discovering what your heart really longs for learn how to avoid and treat sexual scars by careful living today turn the clumsy “sex talk” with your child into dialogue that leads to wise choices transform a stagnant marriage by trading predictable nearness for mind-blowing intimacy God’s dreams for your life are not intended to kill your joy but to enhance it. Whether you’re fed up with dating and hooking up as usual, tired of being single, numb because of porn and casual sex, or curious about how to improve your marriage, this book is for you. Praise for Swipe Right “It’s my hope that whoever reads this will have their thoughts of the heart as seriously provoked as mine have been.” —Ryan Good Producer, writer, and entrepreneur “It’s a perspective I believe we need now more than ever.” —Steven Furtick Pastor, Elevation Church, and New York Times bestselling author “One day, someday, there will be a day where you will need the down-to-earth wisdom in this book like you will oxygen.” —Joel Houston Songwriter, Hillsong United, and pastor, Hillsong NYC “Swipe Right isn’t just another book of how-not-tos but an honest, gritty, and real-time approach to navigating dating, sex, and romance with our souls and sanity intact.” —Judah Smith Lead pastor, The City Church, and New York Times bestselling author of Jesus Is _____. “Swipe Right is a timely, wonderful, prophetic, and needed message for our generation.” —Christine Caine Founder of the A21 Campaign and bestselling author of Unashamed “If you are wondering what God’s plans are for your love life, or leading those in search of his plan for theirs, you need this book.” —Louie Giglio Pastor of Passion City Church, founder of Passion Conferences, and author of The Comeback “This is a good book. Study it, ponder it, and, if you know a fifteen-year-old, tell them to read it.” —Max Lucado New York Times bestselling author “We need the Swipe Right message now more than ever before.” —Lysa TerKeurst New York Times bestselling author and president of Proverbs 31 Ministries “This is more than just a book; it’s a life jacket!” —Chris Tomlin Grammy Award–winning musician and author of Good Good Father “Levi shows that God will light our way, if we allow him to.” —Carl Lentz Pastor, Hillsong NYC “Funny and engaging, while simultaneously practical and hard-hitting.” —Craig Groeschel Pastor of Life.Church and author of From This Day Forward
An epic case of mistaken identity puts a teen looking for a hookup on the run from both the FBI and a murderous cult in this compulsively readable thriller. Finding himself alone in a posh New York City hotel room for the night, Aidan does what any red-blooded seventeen-year-old would do--tries to hook up with someone new. But that lapse in judgement leads him to a room with a dead guy and a mysterious flash drive...two things that spark an epic case of mistaken identity that puts Aidan on the run--from the authorities, his friends, his family, the people who are out to kill him--and especially from his own troubled past. Inspired by a Hitchcock classic, this whirlwind mistaken-identity caper has razor-sharp humor, devastating emotional stakes, and a thrilling storyline with an explosive conclusion to make this the most compelling YA novel of the year. *Entertainment Weekly's Best YA Books of the Summer*Seventeen Magazine's Best YA Books of the Year *Goodreads Most Anticipated YA Books of the Year*Buzzfeed's Best YA Summer Reads*Most Anticipated Queer Books of 2019 (Hypable)*Barnes & Noble's Most Anticipated LGBTQAP YAs of the year*11 New YA Books to Get Excited About (Pure Wow)*29 New LGBTQ+ YA Books To Add To Your Reading List (Pride.com)
"Funny, Entertaining and Addictive"Will, a 39-year-old recluse is a mamma's boy who has shut himself in his room with nothing but movies, music, and the Internet to keep him company. He "works" from home doing menial online tasks like taking online surveys to make enough money to feed his entertainment habit.Selena is a smart, organized and professional data analyst who lost her mother to cancer when she was a teenager. She has raised herself and her father and prides her self on her intelligence, efficiency and logic skills.But when Selena decides to fulfill her mother's dying wish by trying to find the perfect mate, she realizes it's slim pickings out in the dating world. She decides she may have better luck online.She swipes right on the popular dating app her friend recommended and matches with Will who seems like a smart, good looking and professional man. Little does she know that Will has ulterior motives for swiping on dating profiles. Can Will ensure his continued safe and relaxing home life after his mother is gone by finding a willing and financially supportive partner? Does Selena have the ability to lower her standards and accept a man into her life who may not be perfect? Will their encounter lead to a successful pairing or will they wish they swiped left?The hilarious first novel by popular social media and online creator S.A. Ozbourne brings love and romance into the technological reality of dating apps. A funny, cute and sometimes heart-wrenching look at life in the era of smartphones.
It's a perfect match . . . but will it last? Rhiannon Hunter may have revolutionised romance in the digital world, but in real life she only swipes right on her career - and the occasional hookup. The cynical dating app creator controls her love life with a few key rules: - Nude pics are by invitation only - If someone stands you up, block them with extreme prejudice - Protect your heart Only there aren't any rules to govern her attraction to her newest match, former sports star Samson Lima. The sexy and seemingly sweet hunk woos her one magical night... and then disappears. Rhi thought she'd buried her hurt over Samson ghosting her, until he suddenly surfaces months later, still big, still beautiful - and in league with a business rival. He says he won't fumble their second chance, but she's wary. A temporary physical partnership is one thing, but a merger of hearts? Surely that's too high a risk... 'I absolutely loved it: Strong, successful, unapologetically ambitious alpha woman. Huge, muscly, softy, emotionally intelligent guy. Crackling connection. Cackle-worthy dialogue . . . I HIGHLY recommend' Sally Thorne, New York Times bestselling author of The Hating Game 'Rai crafts some of the best romance writing of the year' Entertainment Weekly
Online Dating is undoubtedly one of the best places to be on a boring, lonely night. Some people find the online dating community so interesting, they secretly sneak on the apps during their work day and at family gatherings. Let's face it, if you're single and looking, at some point in your life you made a profile hoping not to run into someone you already know to spare the embarrassment. You've also experienced the frustration of men and/or women having profile pictures that don't show their face, empty bio's and misspelled words. If you haven't made one yet, you've thought about it. This book is for men with dating profiles. This book is meant to make you smile, think and take action. You could realize you care or don't care about first impressions, what information is shared on a profile or how to approach the initial conversation and first date. This is from a female's perspective and shares detailed experiences, pictures and over 100 conversation starters for the people in the world of online dating.
Dating as a Millennial isn't easy. There are a variety of phone apps promising you can swipe right on your soul mate or a potential hookup, but none of them seem to offer a manual for how to meet your next catch. A candid, witty poetry memoir told in 101 haiku about one girl's struggle with dating in a world centered on finding love online and hookup culture. Search inside

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