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Each morning on the train to work, Emma sat glued to her i Phone. As a teenager, Emma had obsessed over the British boy band Take That.
She wondered how a guy like him was interested in her. But Ronnie was the opposite of a celebrity; he was down-to-earth.“No. I paid because of you,” she replied.“As soon as I saw your picture I wanted you,” he wrote.“Makes me happy to know that,” Emma replied.
“And I want to be loved too.”As soon as her dating profile went live, Emma’s phone started to bleep and whistle with interest from strangers.
Like one of the Bard’s shape-shifting characters, Alan used a disguise to fool women into romance, and to prevent himself from getting hurt.
His alter ego “Ronnie” was a ladies’ man, charming, and attractive—everything Alan was not.
“I was in a pretty lonely place,” he told me during an emotional interview.
“I wasn’t feeling the most attractive of people, I might say.