Book Reviews of Milkrun (Red Dress Ink)

Milkrun (Red Dress Ink)
Milkrun - Red Dress Ink
Author: Sarah Mlynowski
ISBN-13: 9780373250356
ISBN-10: 0373250355
Publication Date: 9/1/2003
Pages: 352
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 69 ratings
Publisher: Red Dress Ink
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
I love most Red Dress Ink books. This is one of them. Others seem to have a repetitive storyline but this one caught me eye and kept me reading. Cute girly, light romance.
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It's been awhile, but I enjoyed it! Funny and light about rebound dating - good story!
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Didn't make me laugh, out loud, as most chick lit does; but quasi-entertaining!
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I got a little bored with this one halfway through.
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Sarah Mlynowski
is a wonderful author. I find her books relaxing and fun to read
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The story was enjoyable, but how ironic that a book about a copyeditor is so full of spelling & grammar mistakes! And while Jackie's supposed to be a Connecticut girl living in Boston, there are several Canadianisms in this book (the author is Canadian)something an American copyeditor should've caught.
Yet another book about a twentysomething who thinks she's nothing without a man. Refreshingly, a guy actually calls her on it, pointing out that Jackie doesn't want him, she just wants a boyfriendany boyfriend. Read an excerpt at RedDressInk.com.

From Publishers Weekly
For readers who have not yet tired of the Bridget Jones genre, this entertaining debut represents it with both humor and substance. Twenty-five-year-old Jackie Norris lives in Boston and has been on her own since receiving a breakup e-mail from her boyfriend, Jeremy, who traveled to Thailand to "find himself." Adhering to the first of her five steps of breakup recovery, Jackie slips on a new pair of knee-high black leather boots and jumps back into the dating scene. The men she encounters are, much to the dismay of any female reader, utterly recognizable: the hunk with groping hands, the sensitive poet who can't afford to move out of his ex-girlfriend's apartment, and the guy whose sexual performance is practically over before it begins ("Four minutes is a music video. Four minutes should not be sex"). But in spite of it all, Jackie maintains a refreshing level of optimism. Mlynowski is acutely aware of the plight of the 20-something single woman she offers funny dialogue and several slices of reality, including a chapter of e-mails sent by Jackie's circle of friends as they attempt to decipher the male psyche. Any woman who's ever been bored by an unfulfilling job (Jackie copyedits romance novels), jealous of a roommate who has it all together (Jackie's roommate has a full-time boyfriend and regularly cleans her bathroom) or thoroughly perplexed by boy-speak will find something to enjoy here. Mlynowski may not be able to provide all the solutions, but she certainly makes the problems fun.
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I have received an extra copy of this book and have not time to read either one. :) This is published by Red Dress Ink. I've heard good things about it and can't wait to read my copy of it.