Romantically Challenged: Volume 1

· Romantically Challenged Book 1 · Beth Orsoff
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About this ebook

Think your love life is rotten? Meet Julie Burns, an L.A. entertainment lawyer who after being dumped and disgraced by her ex-boyfriend is now re-entering dating hell. All because she wants to find that one elusive commodity: a decent guy…who steals her heart, of course.

When Julie becomes convinced that finding The One is “just a numbers game,” she sets out to increase her numbers by any means necessary. From chance meetings and blind dates to dating services and the wonderful world of the internet, Julie Burns will try anything to meet her man. And in the process, she discovers a secret or two about the single life: Sometimes love sneaks up on you when you least expect it—and even the worst first impressions can lead to surprising results…


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A Google user
I liked the story because the heroine was odd, but normally so. She was clear about her own problems ans it was fun to watch her have to drop her blinders to find her prince.
A Google user
The book cover and its title are what drew me to this book. I started reading it at Border's and ended up checking it out at the library. It was a good book that told about a 30-something woman and ...
A Google user
Entertainment lawyer crunches the numbers, drastically ups her dating frequency to increase likelihood of meeting Mr. Right, like, now.The whiny heroine of Orsoff's debut is Julie Burns, a 32-year-old ...

About the author

Beth Orsoff is the author of humorous fiction including the novels "Romantically Challenged," "Honeymoon for One," and "How I Learned to Love the Walrus." She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and Elmo (yeah, the red guy from Sesame Street). For more information about Beth and her celebrity sightings (George Clooney anyone?) check out her website.

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