Friday, February 14, 2014
Litfuse Review: Friend Me by:John Faubion
About the Book:
“She isn't real. . . right?”
A lonely wife and a frustrated husband create virtual online friends, trying to deal with the pressures of a marriage gone flat, and a high-pressure job.
Torn between his love for his wife, and the perfection of his virtual girlfriend, he becomes unfaithful.
Neither dream that behind the screen is a single real woman, masquerading both as friend and lover. She is determined to have the man for herself, so his wife must die.
Christian suspense at its best!
About the Author:
John Faubion has spent many years in Asia as a missionary with his family. Since returning to the United States, John has worked as a senior software developer for a large appliance chain. He teaches an adult Sunday school class and enjoys writing and driving his 1949 Packard automobile. John lives near Indianapolis with his wife, Beth, and their daughter.
Rachel's marriage seems to be on the brink of disaster. She felt alone and left out, her only friend had died just a few years prior. But when it seems all is lost she finds a website just for people who feel like her, a website where you can create virtual friends and interact with them just as you would a real person. When Rachel created her friend all over again on this website, she didn't know she would become so attached, that this virtual friend would come to be a real friend to her. As she soon begins to come out of her depression, she shows her husband this website. But that is just another problem in it's self.
Scott and Rachel have became farther and father apart as a couple. Scott finds this site Rachel shows him intriguing and sets up his own virtual friend. But he doesn't know that this friend would become so real to him, one that he would rather spend his time with. What will his wife think? How does God feel about this? These thoughts have crossed his mind but he just keeps brushing them away.
Melissa has never found the man of her dreams, the one she wanted to spend her life with. So when the possibility of making something of herself and possible meet someone, she jumps at the chance. She helps build a website for people who are in need of a friend. She also keeps a tight ran on what goes in and out of the website. And then she sees it the email that will change her life, the email of a man desperate and in need of womanly help. She quickly finds out were he works and will ask question later, such as if he's married or not. She must find him, she will find him, no matter what.
**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from Litfuse Publicity.