Christopher J. Moore holds two BA degrees from California State University, Northridge-one in Radio Television and Film, the other in Psychology. His professional career began as the recipient of the 2001 Nickelodeon Screenwriting Fellowship. He has since written ""God's Child"" and for several major Hollywood producers.
Waiting For Mr. Rightby Christopher J Moore, Design Just 4 U
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Dolores is smart. Dolores is sexy. And at the age of thirty-two, Dolores is still a virgin. Just when she is about to commit body and soul to her fiance' Brad, she catches him cheating. After years of Waiting For Mr. Right, she says the hell with love and calls on her promiscuous best friend Liz to help her get laid. But in her journey to discover carnal knowledge, Dolores finds out what life, love, and sex are all about.
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This book is awesome. I read it about 4 times
Waiting for Mr. Right is a great urban tale of romance, and every woman's misguided dream of meeting that perfect that always ends up being more complicated than you could ever imagine. Moore takes the reader on a journey of unexpected twists and turns of events on the way to finding that perfect love.
Loved it! I could not put the book down. I kept turning pages after pages, wanting for more. This is a definite must read book! I have bought several books to give it to friends. I can't wait to read another one of his books.
The book has a good plot but the writing style can use some work. It's a bit simplistic and can leave you wanting more, especially the dialog. The ending feels kind of rushed and a new editor is needed.
I got through this book in about 2 hours last night. I had high hopes for it, because I can kind of relate to where the main character is in her life. But I was a little disappointed with the content. I think I could've done without the curse words, but I guess the author was trying to make it realistic. The storyline was ok, but seemed to lack the substance of a stand alone work. I think this would've worked better as a short story in an anthology. I plan to read the first book from this author, "God's Child," and am hoping it pans out a little bit better than this one.