A pleasure to read. All three stories are tied together - three best friends looking for men who are their equal in every way...so NO ditch-diggers, geeks, or used-car salesmen for them. The old adage "never say never" is definitely played out here.
A cute little romantic comedy book, this contains three stories from three very job-successful females who have been disappointed in their dating failures. They make a pact between themselves not to date any ditch-diggers, geeks or used car salesmen. They will only date guys that have a good-paying job that's equal to their own, and not settle for less.
One gal (an architect) winds up with a ditch-digger that she had a brief fling with at the end of high school. Another gal (a marketing whiz) is approached by a geek to "make him over" and ends up falling for him. The third one is reunited with her long-ago lover from high school who has become a used car salesman.
The book is definitely light-hearted, but the passion at times is pretty intense. It teaches a good lesson that we should never judge a book by it's cover. But, since we are all fanatical book lovers, we already knew that, right?
Three in one book. Three friends make a pact not to date men "beneath them" specifically construction workers, computer geeks,and used car salesmen. Wouldn't you know that's exactly who they fall for?
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