Joanna Baxter, an
attractive, feisty schoolteacher finds the loneliness after her
year-long divorce overbearing and decides to search for a new love
on Catch-dating.com. Added to the challenge of her loneliness
and marriage breakdown is her compulsive buying disorder, which she
refuses to acknowledge.
On 'Catch', the only man
who captivates her interest is handsome, debonair barrister, Adam
Sterling. Joanna adopts every trick in the book (including telling a
whopping fib about herself) to win his attention. Much to her
delight, she manages not merely to succeed but be whisked off her
feet, and so falls hopelessly in love.
This love, however,
isn't all she finds. Something quite unexpected materialises that
changes her life forever.
Caught on the Web
is a well-written novelette with gripping storylines,
unexpected quirky twists and true-to-life characters that stir
For Juliet Ayres, writing has always been
a passion, yet it was only in 2018 that she wrote Caught on the Web
- her first book - and even then, writing a book had not been the
The writing task was initially intended to be a
page or three for professional development (teaching) purposes,
but a story developed, it was addictive, Juliet got hooked and four months later
'Caught on the Web' was published.
The book is a novelette,
hence the speed in which it was written. Juliet's next book is
to be a novel and is therefore taking longer to write.