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Virtually Yours

4.45  ·  Rating details ·  11 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Thanks to the prodding of sassy Manhattanite Janna Abraham, the Virtual Moms allow North Carolina stay-at-home parent and romance novelist Asheley MacDaniel, entree into their club. A recent Iraq War widow and alone with an adorable young son, Ashe proves a sympathetic figure. Although some of members initially balk, Ashe fits in easily -- perhaps too easily -- sharing val ...more
ebook, 478 pages
Published March 10th 2012 by Book Baby (first published February 18th 2012)
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Lori Leidig
Jun 20, 2012 rated it it was amazing
What Joanne Huspek has written with Virtually Yours is an intriguing slice-of-life page turner. It isn't so much drama that keeps you turning until you're at the end, but the wanting to know what is going on next in the lives of these very real women who meet online and are better friends than so-called 'real life' chums.

In fact, the morning after I had fallen asleep with the book still open, I came first to my computer to see if there were any updates... updates from the characters, you see? T
Dec 30, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Virtually Yours: Joanne Huspek

Ceiia, Laurel, Skye, Miss, Ally and Janna belong to an exclusive and tightly knit group on the net called Virtual Moms. Searching for friends, confidants and allies these women came together and formed more than just an online friendship. Each with this own unique backgrounds, divorces, kids and failed relationships they hesitate allowing someone knew and unknown into their midst. So, why would Janna Abraham, smart, bright and usually a good judge of character insis
Sreedevi Viswambaran
Jan 28, 2016 rated it really liked it
Surprise! Surprise! When I started with this book, I never expected the book to be so gripping. Considering the theme of virtual relationships, full kudos to the author for making it an engrossing novel. Author has immensely succeeded in creating an mystery around Asheley MacDaniel and keeps the tempo up till the end. I thoroughly enjoyed the book.

Ending was ok with no major twists and turns. One thing which disappointed me is Character Celia’s apology mail. Being a little bit protective and car
Dec 10, 2012 rated it really liked it
In this internet day and age this book is a fascinating read following the online friendships of six ladies, Ceiia, Laurel, Skye, Miss, Ally and Janna, calling themselves Virtual Moms. The author portrays the women as everyday individuals who each have their own problems and secrets.

The writing style was incredibly interesting with e-mails and blogs telling the story and lives of the characters.

Note: I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own
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Joanne Huspek has written for Associated Content (Yahoo! Contributor Network), Blog Critics, and Medium. She is a retired Army brat who currently resides in Royal Oak, Michigan with her husband, a rescued Boston terrier, and a very bad kitty. FINDING CADENCE, her first novel, placed in the 2011 San Francisco Writers Conference contest. VIRTUALLY YOURS was her second novel (first released).

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