To Catch a Cheat
Marissa Kincaid and her two best friends publish a webzine for women in Atlanta. When yet another man cheats on her, Marissa adds a related site, TheGuyCheats.com. This new site is devoted to exposing serial cheaters for women to check. It is a database to list men who are known to cheat on the women they date. Although he didn't exactly cheat, Marissa starts the list with Trent Jackson, the boy who cancelled a date with and went out with another girl while they were in junior high.
Trent Jackson has the family business and money, but wants to make his own name. He publishes a webzine for men in Atlanta. When he learns about Marissa's site and that he shows up as the first cheater on the list, he retaliates with his own related site. TheGirlLies.com features Marissa prominently as the Liar of the Month. Now the battle of the sexes is on...
To Catch a Cheat gives a fun time to all. Marissa and Trent immediately strike sparks and he is interested in her. But she doesn't trust her taste in men. They've cheated in her life as long as she can remember. Then the two of them share an apartment for a week. If they walk away from each other at the end of the week, they each win a large advertising prize. Trent doesn't care. But Marissa wants the prize. The problem is, she wants the man, too.
Kelley St. John has written a humorous, funny, and fun loving romance novel. It's pure fluff and meant to entertain. I enjoyed the ride.
Not everyone will appreciate To Catch a Cheat - there are some very explicit sex scenes in it. The novel is a bit risque from beginning to end.
To Catch a Cheat doesn't take itself seriously. It's a book that makes you smile from beginning to end. It's a romance. It's bound to end happily-ever-after. St. John has accomplished what she wanted to do - entertain the reader.
Notice: Explicit sexual content
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