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There's a place for frivolity, and this cute and clever little book by Lisa Cach is quite frivolous.Ever since the success of Bridget Jones' Diary, the proliferation of witty, fun books centering on the single girl seeking a mate has been astonishing.Mainstream fiction has mated, sometimes successfully, sometimes not-so-successfully, with the romance genre.The formula rarely shifts, as endings almost always still include connubial bliss.
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Luckily, the self-employed clothing designer has a job she loves and friends to help ease the pain: oversexed Cassie (always good to have the opposite perspective, Hannah notes), analytical Louise (too much perspective not always good), and an in-the-flesh tooth puller, dentist Scott (could prove useful).
But as she nears the big 3-0, she begins to realize that dating frantically may truly be the only solution to finding Mr. / So, pumped up on nothing but drive and determination, Hannah cuts loose on her romantic quest.
But as she nears the big 3-0, she begins to realize that dating frantically may truly be the only solution to finding Mr. So, pumped up on nothing but drive and determination, Hannah cuts loose on her romantic quest.
In fact, she kisses so many frogs she fears she'll turn green.