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Posted August 7, 2010
Although I read this book to the end, I couldn't bear to read every word because the main female character was so annoyingly tiresome and repetitive: she cried about EVERYTHING, good or bad, but mostly to get her way. What a sterling role model - in wild contrast to the two strong minded, creative, and talented men in her life. It is difficult to comprehend what they find so attractive as she exploits her own weaknesses, over and over.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Her two men, Daniel and Paul, mostly stay true to character, with two singular exceptions. Daniel, as the sole support of his young son whose mother has just died, decides to go rock climbing. Hello?
And, Paul wimps out at the end, giving into every 'unmanly' request. Geez, how hot can this tearful at the drop of every hat babe be? Where are some real women to give her and the guys a reality check?
When will she ever just grow up?!?