"Dryden works wonders in this story with a mix of humor, emotion, believability, and passion." - Cara McKenna, author of Hard Time
Allison Moore does her psychology research from the safety of the internet, where she can study her subjects' lying ways without the need for pesky human involvement. Online games are the perfect place to look for liars and have fun at the same time.
Seth Brantley is a fellow professor who can make even economics seem sexy. When he and Allison realize they've been "researching" in the same game, a face-to-face meeting seems inevitable. After all, they're practically neighbors—they've been working in adjacent buildings for years.
Fresh from a breakup and afraid to take a risk, Allison wants to keep her affair with Seth strictly electronic…but she can't deny their virtual antics are hot enough to melt their keyboards. Can Seth convince her to give up the safety of cybering and take a chance on passion in the real world?
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How to Tell a Lie
Not really a story for me I guess. I'm not really into video games and I kind of found it boring and predicable. It was ok but I certainly didn't love it