The End of the Dating Moratorium

The End of the Dating Moratorium

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by Stephanie Perkins
     
 
mor•a•to•ri•um n., 1. a suspension of activity. 2. an authorized period of delay or waiting.

Shelby Waterlane's dating moratorium has come under fire.

No longer will her best friend, three employees, or Franzilla-otherwise known as her mother Frances and her Aunt Priscilla-allow her to enjoy her self-authorized suspension of the ol' romance

Overview

mor•a•to•ri•um n., 1. a suspension of activity. 2. an authorized period of delay or waiting.

Shelby Waterlane's dating moratorium has come under fire.

No longer will her best friend, three employees, or Franzilla-otherwise known as her mother Frances and her Aunt Priscilla-allow her to enjoy her self-authorized suspension of the ol' romance activity while her career as one of Houston's top wedding planners continues to skyrocket. To them, Shelby is officially in the dating game again.

Whether she likes it or not.

Becoming a witness to Shelby's social misery is Luke, the contractor for her office renovations and the first guy she's had a connection with in ages. But since Shelby thinks Luke is already cozied up with the beautiful Claudia and his sister Maggie has just become her latest bridal client and is planning one ridiculously expensive wedding, Shelby has to suck it up and keep things professional.

But with her arch rival (and former assistant) Kendra out to ruin her, Franzilla orchestrating a sneak-attack set-up date involving Shelby's former high-school crush, and her feelings for Luke growing by the day, it seems the only things going well are the weddings Shelby's planning for her clients. Otherwise, she's stuck back in the crazy dating world, and even the Jaws of Life can't get her out again.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780615649764
Publisher:
Stephanie Celeste Perkins
Publication date:
06/09/2012
Pages:
330
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.69(d)

Meet the Author

Stephanie Celeste Perkins lives in Houston, Texas, and, when she's not navigating the dating world herself, she's working on her next novel and wishing she were out riding horses.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is NOT written by Stephanie Perkins, author of "Anna and the French Kiss", "Lola and the Boy Next Door", "Isla and the Happily Ever After", and editor and contributor to "My True Love Gave to Me: Twelve Holiday Stories", it is written by Stephanie Celeste Perkins, author of Making "Smart Choices About Sexua"l Activity. I nearly purchased this book thinking it was written by the author of "Lola and the Boy Next Door" and that I had been missing out on her amazing gift for writing. To the BN team, please fix this.