Four twenty-something women work together, share an address ... and confide in each other as they fall in love!
I, Jayne Pembroke, must have been out of my mind. Erik Randolph, Youngsville's most eligible playboy, had walked into the store where I worked, chosen a ring for his future bride-and then proceeded to ask me to marry him. And although I knew our marriage would be based more on terms of a will than love at first sight, my heart beat at an unfamiliar pace the moment I uttered 'I do.' Because it's not every day you get to walk down the aisle-or fall in love with your very own husband.
This is such a cool book we threw it around in the rain and it got wet but it didn't fall apart until we threw it in the trash can because they made us. it makes a great song, and is good to read if you lead a boring pathetic life. It is so stupid it is funny and makes us laugh, this book is one big fat joke. Stupid joke that is. But it's so great! 'We are looking for a copy, if you find one please let us know! Why is it out of print? That stupid! We left one at the library -- but now it is gone! Oh no, who took it? We want it back! Read this book.