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A natural storyteller, Mc Laughlin writes with open-hearted honesty about her own flaws, reckless actions, and crazy dates, and she shows that the quest for romance offers women a whole new perspective on themselves, and is a great way to discover the pleasures of G.
t to get me into the Guinness Book of Dubious Records for dating fifty-plus guys; it was to find my prince.? t end up with an engagement ring, her adventures led the way to this gem of a book. The Psycho: Before the main course arrives he's telling you about his eighteen-month nervous breakdown.
Since she seldom looks at any role she might have in the dating or relationship misadventures, I lost sympathy for her along the way.
The concept of this book is very similar seeming to The Year of Yes.
I'm not sure if it is because I envisioned a different book or that I'm too old to care but right now I'm not sure if I will finish it or not.
She basically decides that she is turning 30 so she wants to start dating more to find her true love/prince charming.She decides to stop getting together every Friday night with her pals to commiserate and instead starts being highly receptive to dating just about anyone at least once and chronicles the experience here. There's no particular happy ending, other than that she appreciates her regular friends as being good company and drama-free. Mix of fairly funny dating stories and fairly tedious ones.You probably can't get a book deal out of "i started dating a nice, normal guy, but after about six months we realized we weren't compatible and broke up amicably" or the like, so you can guess where this is going. Structure of each chapter is similar -- an aphorism taken from her grandma (supposedly -- as with "Big Mama", the money-wisdom-spewing grandmother of personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary, I can't believe any one person actually "always said" so many just-so truisms pertinent to the author's dating life), how she met the guy and why he seemed ok at first, and then a graphic anecdote illustrating his unsuitability by virtue of being gay, married, a player, a slob, wanting to have sex too soon, waiting too long to express interest in sex, experiencing sexual dysfunction, etc. Your enjoyment of it may depend on ability to identify (I haven't been single in a long time and have neither lived in nor liked visiting New York, and the city plays a prominent supporting role here), as well as whether you find the author a sympathetic character.(1), lkatzel (1), inkstainedlife (1), erinartz (1), shop20q (1), kateaquino (1)arbebareis (1), atiara (1), slk33 (1), eandino2012 (1), libraryqueen0108 (1), Jacqueline.Usamos cookies para personalizar el contenido, adaptar y evaluar los anuncios, y ofrecer una experiencia más segura.