Book Reviews of Engaging Men (Red Dress Ink)

Engaging Men (Red Dress Ink)
Engaging Men - Red Dress Ink
Author: Lynda Curnyn
ISBN-13: 9780373250288
ISBN-10: 0373250282
Publication Date: 5/1/2003
Pages: 320
Rating:
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.
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3.3 stars, based on 97 ratings
Publisher: Red Dress Ink
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 5
Substandard chick-lit rife with stale stereotypes - a few cute moments but overall a bore. The main character isn't believable.
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According to Angie's friend Michelle, men are like jars: they need their "lids" loosened before they're ready to take the plunge into marriage. Angie's boyfriend, Kirk, is a prime candidate for lid loosening, and with the help of Michelle, Angie starts being less available and more mysterious, and it works. She gets the long-coveted invite to Kirk's parents' house, and Kirk becomes even more passionate, at least when he's not consumed by his work. Angie's own career as an actress is floundering, in large part because she hasn't been going to auditions since being cast in an exercise program for children on cable. When a big network expresses interest in the show, Angie is forced to decide whether she wants to chose the safe route or pursue more challenging opportunities. And as Kirk inches closer to the big proposal, doubts begin to plague Angie: Is he really the guy for her?
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Funny and cute.
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For anyone with a man who won't commit
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cute story!
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Great book! I love this author!
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Angie is 31 and feels the clock ticking. Why is it that none of her past boyfriends propose marriage. An engaging book similar to Sex in the City about a young woman navigating through relationships.
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funny. great read
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Engaging
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Funny and cute book, a good read!
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Wonderful easy read. You can't help but love the offbeat characters.
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Engaging chick lit.
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From Harlequin's Red Dress Ink chick lit imprint: "Stories that reflect the lifestyles of today's urban, single women. They show life as it is, with a strong touch of humor, hipness, and energy." Read an excerpt at reddressink.com.

When one ex-boyfriend gets married, a girl can laugh it off. With two, she begins to get nervous. But three? Three? Angie DiFranco is starting to take it personally. What is it about her that doesn't incite men to plunk down large sums of money in the name of eternal love? According to her one successfully married friend, men are like tight lids. One woman comes along, loosens him up, leaving him for the next woman to pop off the lid, no problem. After all, would Jennifer have landed Brad so easily without the Gwyneth factor?
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A novel about men....and the woman who loves them!
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According to Angie's friend Michelle, men are like jars: they need their "lids" loosened before they're ready to take the plunge into marriage. Angie's boyfriend, Kirk, is a prime candidate for lid loosening, and with the help of Michelle, Angie starts being less available and more mysterious, and it works. She gets the long-coveted invite to Kirk's parents' house, and Kirk becomes even more passionate, at least when he's not consumed by his work. Angie's own career as an actress is floundering, in large part because she hasn't been going to auditions since being cast in an exercise program for children on cable. When a big network expresses interest in the show, Angie is forced to decide whether she wants to chose the safe route or pursue more challenging opportunities. And as Kirk inches closer to the big proposal, doubts begin to plague Angie: Is he really the guy for her?
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Book is brand new, never read !