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The main character is desperate to get married and then can t figure out what in the hell she wants I was mostly annoyed and just wanted it to be over Not a good example of chicklit. Surprised at how long this book has been sitting on my shelf5 years is a long time Better late than neverPretty good story about a woman so focused on what she thinks she wants, she very nearly misses out on what she needs the most For the most part, I thought Angie epitomized the typical female wanting to have it all And like most of us, what we think we want is not what we truly need I thought Kirk was well written as the boyfriend who is focused on his career and isn t thinking beyo Surprised at how long this book has been sitting on my shelf5 years is a long t Chick lit story about an actress who tries to get her boyfriend to propose, becausewell, just because. This was an okay read Angie wants nothingthan to be an actress, somethingthan a co host on a morning kids exercise show She s been in a serious relationship for several months, and her last ex boyfriend called to tell her that he was getting married That makes THREE Her work colleague, Michelle, tells her that guys are like jars, you just need someone to loosen the lid, and Angie had loosened the lid for three other women Armed with Michelle s advice, Angie decides it s time to This was an okay read Angie wants nothingthan to be an actress, somethingthan a co host on a morning kids exercise show She s been in a serious relationship for several months, and her last ex boyfriend called to tell her that he was getting marr When Three Of Her Ex Boyfriends Get Married, Angie DiFranco Begins To Believe In The Tight Lid Theory, Which States That A Man Is First Loosened Up By One Woman, Who Then Leaves Him For The Next Woman To Pop Off The Lid, And Wonders If Kirk, Her Latest Boyfriend Whose Lid Has Already Been Loosene I figured I would give chick lit another try, but it seems like the plain truth is that I just don t like it All the books are the same and have absolutely no substance to them at all.Angela DiFranco is 31 and dying to get married Her coworker, Michelle believes that men are like a jar of pickles Someone has to come along first and loosen the lid before you can get in there and pop it open Michelle devises a number of different ways to make Angie s boyfriend Kirk pop wide open Of course he I figured I would give chick lit another try, but it seems like the plain truth is that I just don t like it All the books are the same and have absolutely no substance to them at all.Angela DiFranco is 31 and dying to get married Her coworker, Michelle believes that men are like a jar of pickles Someone has to come along first and loosen the lid before you can get in there and pop it open Michelle devis I didn t expect this book to be good I hand picked it off of a garage sale table for under one dollar, the pages had been wet therefore were crinkled It just sounded good So imagine my surprise when my hands were glued to the novel and I couldn t put it down Angie DiFranco was such an animated character, and I felt like I was really her while reading She s so relatable, and it seemed like I could be in her situation one day I d recommend it to anyone who is in desperate need of a good love I didn t expect this book to be good I hand picked it off of a garage sale table for under one dollar, the pages had been wet therefore were crinkled It just sounded good So imagine my surprise when my hands were glued to the novel and I couldn t put it down Angie DiFranco was such an animated character, and I felt like I was really her while reading She s so relatable, and it seemed like I could be in What to say about this book Well, from the get go, I disliked Kirk He seemed like a major jerk, and a workaholic to boot It took me about 100 pages or so before I was into it, and curious as to what would happen next From the very begin For the first 302 pages, it was just like every late 90 s Jennifer Aniston movie She s with the wrong guy for most of the book, when all along, the right guy was right under her nose.Been there, done that.But on page 303, it got really cute and had me smiling for the last 9 pages I ll readby her. At the time in my life I read this book, I found it SO amusing bc it was so true to everything that was going on in my life, with a good realization at the end, and humor in there if I remember correctly. Engaging Men


About the Author: Lynda Curnyn

Lynda Curnyn is a native New Yorker who hasn t migrated very far from her Brooklyn birthplace She grew up on Long Island and has since made Manhattan her home.After getting a liberal arts degree from New College at Hofstra University, she went on to New York University for her master s degree in English Literature, even contemplated a Ph.D until she realized she didn t want to spend her 20s in th Lynda Curnyn is a native New Yorker who hasn t migrated very far from her Brooklyn birthplace She grew up on Long Island and has since made Manhattan her home.After getting a liberal arts degree from New College at Hofstra University, she went on to New York University for her master s degree in English Literature, even contemplated a Ph.D until she realized she didn t want to spend her 20s in the library So she did what all good English majors do she went into publishing Now, afterthan a decade of working with some of the top authors in women s fiction, she has settled down to her dream life of full time writing In between plotting novels and stories, Lynda enjoys hanging out with her family, dishing with her girlfriends, and summers spent on Fire Island


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