Dating -- fiction

Bachelor Degree

By Judith Marks-White

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Strolling the city sidewalks of Manhattan's posh Upper East Side are a bevy of well-dressed, attractive, and notably eligible single men, but can Samantha Krasner snag one before the competition does? Finding Mr. Right would certainly help keep her mother at bay. (from summary)
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Millie's Fling

By Jill Mansell

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Bestselling novelist Orla Hart owes her life to her friend Millie Brady, whose rotten boyfriend has just left her...Orla envisions Millie as the heroine of her next novel and decides to find Millie the man of her dreams. Except the two women have drastically different ideas about what kind of guy that should be. (from summary)
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The Ninth Wife

By Amy Stolls

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Bess Gray is stunned to learn that the man she is about to marry has eight ex-wives. So she sets out on a cross-country journey to meet them--a ride that will open her eyes to who she is and what she truly wants in life. (summary)
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Beeperless Remote: A Guy, Some Girls and His Answering Machine

By Van Whitfield

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Meet Shawn Wayne. He's single, employed, hard-bodied, a former All-American, and looking for his ideal woman. Shawn may have an obsession with ESPN's "Sports Center," money, and going to the gym, but he's a good guy. According to his best friend, Kelly, however, he may have to "expand his universe" a little to find the right woman. Shawn's search for the woman of his dreams leads to dating misadventures ranging from nightmare blind dates and underage flings to encounters with married swingers.

Held hostage by today's technology, where dating has become a complex web of answering machines and cell phones, he finds the rules have changed, and that he now has to contend with six different types of women:1s--"I just got out of a really bad relationship."2s--"I'm not interested in a relationship. I just have friends."3s--"What is it you said you do for a living?"4s--"Men are dogs."5s--"My biological clock is ticking. I need a man."6s--"I'm single, I'm available, and, yes, I'm interested."Will Shawn find his "6"?

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