Emily Donovan doesn’t have a romantic bone in her body.
least, that’s what her friends Ryan and Ashley keep telling her.
They’re convinced her bad luck with men is directly related to her
life-long lack of interest in all things romantic. When Emily’s latest
relationship crashes and burns, she decides to go along with her
friends’ plans for a romance research project. Sure, the idea that
she’ll have better luck if she learns about the great romances of
literature and film seems a little silly, but Emily figures it can’t
In no time at all, Emily finds herself buried under a
mountain of romance novels, chick flicks, and sappy love songs, hopeful
that her hard work will pay off with true love. When she meets Greg,
Ashley and Ryan are convinced she’s found prince charming—after all,
he’s rich, handsome, and totally into Emily. What more could she want?
And why does it seem that her friend Elliot isn’t exactly happy for her?
with misunderstandings, miscommunications, and a seemingly endless
string of missteps, she is nevertheless determined to give true love a
try. In doing so, Emily will eventually find that true romance, the kind
that lasts, has little to do with stereotypes or clichés, and
everything to do with finding out what’s in her own heart. From Goodreads.
Emily is, with the help of her friends, trying to find true love. This was quite a funny chick-lit romance. Emily is of course not seeing what is right in front of her. I liked her interaction with her Physical Therapist patients.
This book qualifies for:
Goodreads Reading Challenge 2015
Novel Books & Reading Challenges Tower Teams III
A Million More Pages Hogwarts: December-January Mini Challenge
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A Million More Pages Hogwarts: Hogwarts Face Off
A Million More Pages Hogwarts: Spring Fling
A Million More Pages Hogwarts: The Hunger Games
A Million More Pages Hogwarts: Clue round 4
A Million More Pages Hogwarts: the 50 States Amazing Book Hunt
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