(PRWEB) May 19, 2017
Author Ann Reichardt has completed her new book “The New Dance Card: Looking for Love Online”: a candid and engaging chronicle of midlife dating in the age of online profiles and left and right swipes.
In “The New Dance Card: Looking for Love Online” Annie continues her quest in finding that perfect partner for the last third of her life. With a new perspective, she is throwing strike after strike at would-be-lover after lover, date after date, she is kissing and telling. Can you handle the do’s and don’ts of the second installment? From the silliness of Mr. Jitterbug, the heartache of Mr. Waltz or the scamming of Mr. Hustle to the exciting and sensual Mr. Ballet, time after time Annie’s failed attempts to find her perfect match online, this sixty-something writer, athlete and former nurse might be ready to be swept off her feet by a man with a radically different background whom she crossed off her dance card once before.
Will it be Mr. Tango, the narcissistic control freak or Mr. Rumba the sexually addicted marathon junkie with a high libido who was obsessed with sexting, or perhaps Mr. Jitterbug; the high wire act, uninhibited with unpredictable moves or maybe Mr. Waltz, the charming younger man who charmed the pants off Annie with his smooth rhetoric and romantic moves but held secrets that were soon revealed?
These and more online dating episodes will take the reader, as they did Annie, on a wild roller coaster of emotions, outlandish thrills, sprinkled with laughter.
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Ann Reichardt’s honest and entertaining diary of post-divorce dating is a powerful testament to the universal desire for connection in the modern era.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase“The New Dance Card: Looking for Love Online” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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