Engaged Couple Who Met on Match.com Parody the Online Dating Experience in Their New Book, "Matchaholics"

"Sex and the City" meets online dating in this new novel by Patty Farrell and Wayne Whicher.

Durham, NH, January 05, 2015 --(PR.com)-- •The main character has been sentenced to online dating rehab after being arrested for her sexcapades in a public fountain.

•She devilishly gets her three best friends to join Match.com and the online dating exploits begin.

•Weekly Matchaholics Anonymous meetings replete with dating addicts stories add dimension to the antics.

•Sunday brunch and the girls' close-knit friendship bring sincerity to the craziness that develops during their search for ultimate happiness.

Available in paperback (on createspace.com), for the Kindle (on amazon.com) and for the Nook (on barnesandnoble.com). Early January 2015 it will be available in paperback on all 3 sites.

Wayne has published three prior books, but writing this book with his fiance (Patty) was a true joy for the young couple in love. They both have way too much online dating experience to draw from and are currently in the process of writing the second book in this series. The story is set in Portsmouth, NH, where they had many a Match date, including their own first date (six hours long and a parking ticket later) after having met on Match.com.
Patty Farrell
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