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Red Dress Ink #37: Getting Personalby Chris Manby
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Three's a crowd — or is it?
A trio of pals who, on their own, have utterly lost the dating game, decide to team up. They trust each other with their lives; now they've got to trust each other with their love lives. Ruby, Louisa and guy friend Martin do the desperate deed and pen personal ads, sort replies and plan dates — for each other.
Friends don't let friends settle . . .
Which is why Martin won't let Ruby make her usual mistake of being a just-divorced egomaniac's "transitional lay," Lou is mad to match Martin with a girl with a brain and Ruby is determined to find the blond stranger who captured Lou's eye on the underground one morning.
A hilarious triple blind date at the same restaurant results in one split check, one spark-filled encounter and one very distraught young man handcuffed to a towel rack. But to find true love, the friends realize they've really got to broaden their horizons without losing sight of what's in front of them.
Three best friends decide to tackle their dating dilemmas by placing personal ads for one another. As responses trickle in, they choose each other's dates, and discover that what they actually want doesn't necessarily sound good on paper.
When three best friends find themselves all single and searching at the same time, they decide to tackle their dating dilemmas the same way they approached finding flatmates--by placing personal ads for one another. As responses trickle in they choose each other's dates, and discover that what they actually want doesn't necessarily sound good on paper.
About the Author
In 1995 Chris Manby met a New York psychic who told her she would write seven novels. She has just finished her eighth. Which means she probably won't marry that millionaire, either! Raised in Gloucestershire, Chris now lives between London and Los Angeles. Her hobbies include reading in-flight magazines and she hopes that continually crossing time zones is an effective anti-aging strategy.
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