Dot.Homme - Jane Moore Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099465027 / Author: Jane Moore / Genre: Fiction / Jess Monroe is 34 and perfectly happy being single. But her friends think ... more
Dot.Homme - Jane Moore ... otherwise and, as a birthday present, buy her an ad on an Internet dating site. Furious, she eventually agrees to try it out - and ventures into a world where the description on the tin rarely matches the contents. Once her reservations have faded, she embarks on several dates of varying success - until one day a catastrophic event brings her life sharply into focus and makes her re-evaluate everything she's ever known.
Newest Review: ... story continues with her having a string of predictably disastrous dates, with all sorts of strange men – most of which have ... more
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by Yoy Yo - written on 06/02/08
Very very poor. I found this book awfyl. What is the point in it. It is rude, poorly written and incoherent.
by - written on 27/06/07 (Useful, 133 readings)
The story is about a single 34 year old woman named Jess Monroe, working behind the scenes on a daytime TV show. After a run of hopeless relationships Jess has decided that she is happy single, until her friend Kara decides to buy her an ad on an Internet dating site for her 34th birthday. Jess at first is annoyed and embarrassed, but after thinking about it for a while she decides to give it a go. The story continues with her having a string of predictably disastrous dates, with all sorts of strange men – most of which have not told her the truth. maybe sending Jess a photo that was taken 10 years ago or maybe not telling her the fact that they are actually ... Read the complete review
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