Book Reviews of Starting From Square Two (Red Dress Ink)

Starting From Square Two (Red Dress Ink)
Starting From Square Two - Red Dress Ink
Author: Caren Lissner
ISBN-13: 9780373250523
ISBN-10: 0373250525
Publication Date: 3/1/2004
Pages: 304
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 63 ratings
Publisher: Red Dress Ink
Book Type: Paperback
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Have you ever wondered if you could find that "once in a lifetime" twice? She will have you laughing and continuously turning pages as her happiness plays out. Very entertaining read.
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One of my new favorite authors. More thoughtful and less fluffy than most chick lit.
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Another great book from the author of Carrie Pilby.
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The main character has a lot of angst in this novel and at times I found it a bit annoying. Overall, I did enjoy the story though. I'm watching an aunt go through a similar situation as a widow re-entering the dating world, so that made it a little more interesting.
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I really wanted to like this but it seemed so slow.
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Gert Healy thought she was finished with dating. She thought she never have to worry again about what to wear and what to say and whether she was pretty enough. She thought she'd be picking out strollers and booties for the children she and her husband were planning to have. Instead, she's mourning for his loss and coming to terms with being a widow at twenty-nine.

It's back to square one on everything. Well, actually, she's done it all before. Square two, then.

Funny and realistic, I thought, not having ever been in this situation. It made me laugh out loud a few times.