Book-lover dating site takes novel approach to love
Emma Krygowski of Casselberry can think of a few reasons her last relationship didn't work out, but one of them trumps the rest: "The guy didn't read at all." That complaint makes sense when you consider Krygowski's passion for the printed word.
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#1 Sep 28, 2010
Hi, I love your question.I think it's important that you're happy and if you can find someone you have something in common with, or are compatible, that will help. I live to read, and am more or less insatiable. I actually met my boyfriend on
Book Lovers Dating,
which is the future I think you can click on that if you want. There are others I guess, but thats the one I fell in love on, but so if thats not a book lover I dont know what is. But their database connects all over the world, and some cool features and free.
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