Truth in dating ebook
Thirty-eight year old Quinn Malone is tired of sitting home alone, watching Jersey Shore and doing crossword puzzles.
She’s also tired of being single, and decides to make finding a man her top priority.
Her travails, and her witty exposition of them, provide an entertaining read.
At least a score of times, I laughed out loud at her ironic observations or the tortuous situations in which she found herself. She provides a rich palette of secondary characters comprised of Quin Clever introverted Quinn needs a man--and fast.
The Truth About Dating recounts Quinn’s endeavors, from to speed dating, to the dreaded blind date.
Quinn details the the madness of dating, from excitement to exhaustion, and depression to acceptance.
However, some may judge that the tighter pacing of sole focus on Quinn's interactions with men, and her and her girlfriends' analysis of those encounters, would be preferable.As Quinn looks for her soulmate, she also begins to understand more about herself.Ju Thirty-eight year old Quinn Malone is tired of sitting home alone, watching Jersey Shore and doing crossword puzzles.This is a must for those who are looking to date, or haven't dated, but think they might want to get back into the rat race.Men are not seen in a good light, although you start to get a few flaws in the writer as well. I can't see anyone who's married who could get into this book, except to show them how hard it is to put yourself out there. I would have given it four stars because I did really like it but it was a bit of a hot mess writing wise(as is this review hardy har har).