Book Reviews of Dream Guy (Warner Forever)

Dream Guy (Warner Forever)
Dream Guy - Warner Forever
Author: Candy Halliday
ISBN-13: 9780446614559
ISBN-10: 0446614556
Publication Date: 2/1/2005
Pages: 336
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 33 ratings
Publisher: Warner Forever
Book Type: Paperback
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Cute, humorous love story between a woman who thinks of a Perfect Man DVD and her boss.
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Annie decides to create the perfect boyfriend in an inneractive game for women. From now on she'll have someone who will understand her, say the right things, and fall in with her moods. And the actor that she hires for the screen image? Whoa, mama, he is hot. Almost hot enough to make her forget her last big romantic mistake with her boss.
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cute. matt is not a 'relationship' guy, where annie is searching for true love. then the unexpected happens - they switch and matt is ready to settle down while annie's heart has been broken one too many times. how will he prove her is her fantasy guy in real life?
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Entertaining and humourous!
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Add this new-to-me-author to my list of wanting more reads by her! Substaintial chick lit and very enjoyable writing style!
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Fed up with bad dates and worse relationships, video game designer Annie Long decides that if she can't find the perfect man, she'll just have to create one. Matt Abbington - an unforgettable romantic mistake who just happens to be her boss - is sure that "Joe Video" will make their company a laughingstock. While the whole city chimes in on the virtual battle of the sexes, Matt and Annie do a little chiming of their own.
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The book description only made me kind of interested, the story was much better though. The description sounds cheesy but the book wasn't. The characters were fun and human. I would definitely recommend it.
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A cute, simple story. Great read for a few hours of mindless entertainment.