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Reviewed by Gail Kamer for Readers' Favorite
Dating Daisy written by Daisy Mae relates Daisy's experiences as she first joins one on line dating site, then a few more. Her father is appalled. Her daughter is not so encouraging in the beginning. Daisy's experiences are both heart breakers and humorous. She shares the pitfalls of "blind dates" and rules for avoiding them. But Daisy is determined and in the dating process is baptized by cappuccino and spends time--lots of it--on her computer in relationships. Daisy takes each person as a serious contender for her future mate. What to wear, what to say? One person who won't post a photo of himself finally sends her one and it's oh, so sparsely clad. One of her emailing fellows is after money, another sex and more sex. She falls in love on line to fall into despair face to face. Why do people have to lie? In addition, her house is falling down. She can't afford to fix it up and she really just can't afford to keep it at all. Her daughter doesn't want to move. How can Daisy handle all of this?
Daisy Mae shares a humorous story in Dating Daisy. Descriptions are hilarious. One of her dates is as flimsy as a French fry. The opening chapter was such a great hook that I wanted to just keep reading and reading. I love the emails that she and her potential dates send each other. Also, the bits of advice given in the book. These should be a great help to anyone contemplating internet dating sites. Heeding her advice could save lots of heartache. If you have ever wondered about the perils and joys of on line dating, this is the book for you. If you love a good laugh, it's for you also.