Delightful collection of blind date stories.
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Contemporary Chick Lit
The trauma of the blind date. It's like being
trapped in a bad,four-hour movie. Like shopping for Manolos
with a maxed-out Visa. Like going for a massage and getting
a bikini wax instead.
Like...well, you get the idea. How many frogs can a woman
kiss before a non-slimy prince comes along? There's only
one way to find out...
LOVE IS BLIND (OR AT LEAST NEARSIGHTED) by Theresa
When it comes to dating, Heather's been pretty
lucky. Well, if you don't count the verbal flasher and the
guy who started going out with another woman halfway
through their first date. If only she could find a guy
like her first love. Now, the one who got away just may
lead her to the one she can't lose...
CLEO BARNES: WORST BLIND DATE EVER by Holly
Nine months after Cleo Barnes dumped her
cheating, lying boyfriend, she's become a full-blown, she-
devil man-hater. But when she spies her ex out with another
woman, it's time to get serious and prove to him and the
rest of the world that Cleo Barnes is alive and well and
getting a man...whether she likes it or not...
LOVE IS LIKE A BOX OF CHOCOLATES by Marcia Evanick
Judith Howland is the queen of disastrous blind
dates. On the road to finding Mr. Right, she's been fixed
up with Mr. Seriously Broke, Mr. Grope and Paw, and Mr.
Certifiable. With all the good men taken, Judith's not
willing to sample even one more guy from the fix-me-up box,
no matter how tempting...
JUST JENNIFER by Lisa Plumley
California girl Jennifer Merryn has a knack for picking fun
friends and butt-enhancing jeans, but she's got lousy radar
when it comes to men. So why not let her friends choose her
blind dates--thirty different prospects in thirty days.
Armed with breath mints, lip gloss, and unlimited text-
messaging minutes, Jennifer's ready for the dating
frenzy to begin--or is she?
Now, four women who think they've seen it all are
about embark on an odyssey where nothing is too weird, too
hot, or too wrong for words. But sometimes what looks like
disaster is actually love in disguise...
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