I thought this book would be a little more fun than it was...... It took me awhile to get through it b/c it never got my attention and kept it. (I still have to finish a book if I start one, even if I don't like it). I kept waiting on the big spectacular event that never came........
This book was just "okay". It was a little boring. It started out kinda slow, then picked up. It was cute, just not anything memorable. It's a quick read, but I've certainly read better. Definitely reminded me that the dating scene sucks and made me appreciate being married.
For twenty-nine-year-old Hannah O'Dowd, finding a decent man in Portland, Oregon is like pulling teeth! Luckily, the self-employed clothing designer has a job she loves and friends to help ease the pain: oversexed Cassie (always good to have the opposite perspective, Hannah notes), analytical Louise (too much perspective not always good) and an in-the-flesh tooth puller, dentist Scott (could prove useful). But as she nears the big 3-0, she begins to realize that dating frantically may truly be the only solution to finding Mr. Maybe.
So, pumped up on nothing but drive and determination, Hannah cuts loose on her romantic quest. In fact, she kisses so many frogs she fears she'll turn green. (Note: while paling in comparison to her paralyzing fear of anything dental related, acquiring froglike qualities from hanging around losers - still not good.) And she's only just begun!