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PODCAST:::: Talking Tech-nically Love & the Best Mr. Darcy on Readers Entertainment Radio

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Talking Tech-nically Love & the Best Mr. Darcy on Readers Entertainment Radio

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Happy Penguin Day friends!

Get to know our guest, contemporary author, Michelle Dayton, lover of sexy and suspenseful novels.

But that’s not in her top three. Those high priorities are reserved for her family, the city of Chicago, and Mr. Darcy (both the Colin Firth and Matthew MacFadyen versions).

When she’s not writing, Michelle dreams of a year of world travel – as long as the trip would include weeks and weeks of beach time.

As a bourbon lover and unabashed wine snob, Michelle thinks heaven is discussing a good book over an adult beverage.

Her latest book from her Tech-nically Love series, Scammer Girl is out now.

The first in the series is Disaster Girl and also available as well as her Tracy Brothers series.

Stay in the know by signing up for her newsletter and following her on Twitter.

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Want the recipe for the hot toddy we talked about today?

Try this one from Martha Stewart.

Cheers!

HERE’S A LOOK AT MICHELLE’S LATEST RELEASE SCAMMER GIRL:

 

Technology complicates everything, including love.

Five years ago, Jo Harper did a bad thing. Dumped, injured, and in crippling debt, Jo did what any desperate woman with a PhD in psychology and above-average computer skills would: become an elite, undetectable online romance scammer. Now Jo and her team of four young women bring in enough cash to keep them securely afloat. Their targets? Married cheaters.

Jamie March, Bay Area royalty known as “The Conscience of Silicon Valley,” hates every aspect of online crime, especially those who defraud people. And when it appears that his brother is the victim of a sophisticated romance scam, he can’t stand idly by.

What’s weird though, is that when Jo and Jamie meet…they don’t hate one another. Not at all. He makes her laugh and feel alive again. She challenges his intellect like no other. But they can’t trust one another, right? And you can’t fall in love with someone you don’t trust—or can you?

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