This book started out a little weak, dragged through the middle and ended just as weak. There were a few good parts here and there, but nothing that had me turning pages or laughing out loud. I found a lot of the plot to be just filler and one revelation at the end seemed to come out of nowhere.
Also, some of the editing could have been better. Barry Manilow did NOT sing the Pina Colada song!
I wish there was a review star in between "I liked it" and "I didn't like it" for just "it was okay."
A trio of pals who, on their own, have utterly lost the dating game, decide to team up. They trust each other with their lives; now they've got to trust each other with their love lives. Ruby, Louisa and guy friend Martin do the desperate deed and pen personal ads, sort replies and plan dates -- for each other.