But can Melissa’s recently broken heart accept him?
She starts dating Ted, hiding from him her undercover dating gig, leading to a covert double life—dating in the 2D world for money and in the 3D world for love.
"The profile of my dentist date made it sound as if he chose dentistry because he was obsessed with teeth- just a normal everyday desire for everyone to have a clean mouth and pristine pink gums. Then she meets the last man she wanted: the extraordinary and charismatic Ted, who just might be everything she’s looking for in a companion.
" January Magazine January Magazine describes "Tales From My Hard Drive" as "fun, fresh and absolutely current!" Frothy Girlz reviews "Tales From My Hard Drive" and says "Ms.Karasch nails what it’s like to date online; the uncertainty of whom you might find while wading through the pool of hundreds of online profiles that all look and read the same.Her dating columns are the best part of the book if you ask me; funny, heart-breaking, realistic and a little too close to home." Write Write calls "Tales From My Hard Drive" a "funny, erudite and quick read that will appeal to women shuffling through the dating game and those who have sought love through channels like e Harmony and Ok Cupid." Chicklit Chicklit Club reviews "Tales From My Hard Drive" and calls it a "hilarious tale about internet dating and how absurd men can be on first dates!
Both lives get knocked senseless, however, when she unexpectedly falls for an online date who appears to be Mr. Juggling two men and a secret job that requires her to date even more, Melissa finds herself in a poignant and comedic whirlwind that even she may not be able to write her way out of.Books to Remember Amanda from Books to Remember says that "' Tales From My Hard Drive' is surely the funniest, wittiest romance story I have read in my life!