Publisher Description

Every woman knows an Adam. He's a "player," the type who professes true love, but with eyes that never stop wandering. He always has the perfect excuse when you find that long strand of blonde hair stuck to his collar, and fidgets whenever you get near his computer. Adam can't fool Bethany, who, despite her better judgment, falls head over heels him. Bethany is far more intelligent and strong-willed than Adam bargains for, and he finds himself smitten, too. Hilarious at times and poignant at others, Secrets of the Elusive Lover explores the age old challenge of obtaining the unattainable man, and the paradoxical issues surrounding monogamous relationships. As you turn the pages faster and faster to see if Adam and Bethany will ultimately get together, you will find this book another truly 'unputdownable' Mike Wells read.

Excerpts from various reader reviews:

5 STARS! Bethany is a sweet character and honestly I think she deserves better than Adam but I’m not sure. I liked the ending!!! Very original writing, I must say.

5 STARS! I have met a guy just like this Adam and it was nice to see the man get what was coming! Yum-yum. This book was good, really! I would highly recommend this one if you like messy relationship stories about guys and gals.

5 STARS! Read this in one long sitting. Awesome! I would love to read a sequel to this—please write one, Mike! I want more Adam and Bethany.

22 May
Mike Wells
Smashwords, Inc.

Customer Reviews

sailagirl ,

Secrets of the elusive lover #1

What a disappointing book. It felt like it was just rambling on ..yack, yack , yack. the characters were ok but you can't really relate to any of them. the ended didn't give you any closure of any kind and the lead male is reprehensible, basically a guy who wants to lay as many women as he can & have 7 pretend relationships all at once!!! I normally love my free ebooks (spelling & grammar mistakes and all...I have just learned read past that after all it is free) but this book didn't even have any of those problems funnily enough but was still terrible all the same. :-(

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