Rubbish Boyfriends - Jessie Jones Reviews
Description:ISBN 1847560776 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Jessie Jones / Paperback / Book is published 2008-05-14 by AVON, a division of HarperCollins ... more
Newest Review: ... Harris puts it about like a cheap hooker on a Saturday night would be unkind but rather accurate. A shallow, irritating, self ... more
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Jessie Jones Rubbish Boyfriends
Pages: 448, Paperback, Avon
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by - written on 10/12/09 (Very useful, 20 readings)
Weird would be an apt way of describing this book as it enters uncharted territory by interspersing the tale of a woman in labour with trips back in time to an eclectic collection of losers, wasters and freaks also known as the ex-boyfriends and a brief ex-girlfriend. Dayna Harris is quickly discovering that all the good men are taken and shes is left scraping the bottom of the barrel of misfits in her quest for Mr Right or even Mr Right now. To say that Dayna Harris puts it about like a cheap hooker on a Saturday night would be unkind but rather accurate. A shallow, irritating, self absorbed money grabber, shes not particularly likeable as a character and ... Read the complete review
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