I was eagerly awaiting this book and read it in one sitting,not because I was engrossed,but because I kept waiting for her to say anything that was relevant that was not on any online dating article. It rambled and had no original ideas or real direction.
I've always considered myself a bit on the cutting edge of trying new things.
It also provides a comprehensive collection of "tools" that address the questions and answers that must be considered before starting any search for a potential "significant other".
I'm known by my friends to be a great resource and am quite critical, so they listen.
In fact, I suspect that readers would get the most from this book if they read the previous one.
Virtual Foreplay is a very simple guidebook to the Internet and the various resources available to find a partner.
Hogan clearly believes that face-to-face encounters are superior to online ones so if you were looking for a guide to getting cyberlaid this won't do the job.
A word of caution: anything about the Internet or the Web can get outdated quickly in terms of addresses and sites so don't be surprised if you can't find the same sites she does. Someone told me about it and since I'm single and have extensively dated online, thought that one can never know too much about anything.
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