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Listeners will find it hard to stop smiling - or laughing out loud - as they listen to Amanda Ronconi's good-humored performance of Elizabeth Paulson's tongue-in-cheek guide to finding a great guy. Ronconi uses excellent comedic timing and delivery to share snarky advice such as joining a gun club to find strong, silent types or moving to Alaska to take advantage of the male to female ratio - two single guys for every single girl, for those interested. Listeners who are too cynical for the usual self-help books will particularly enjoy this sardonic take on romantic advice.

Publisher's Summary

Witty, snarky, and (deep down) sincere, Elizabeth Paulson offers advice and encouragement for 20- and 30-somethings on their quest to find love - or at least requited lust.

©2010 Elizabeth Hazel Paulson (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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  • 11-11-2020

Is this for real???

Should be renamed A Female Narcissist's Guide to Ruining Beta Men g g g g

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  • 23-02-2021

interesting.

i love the narrator so i followed her to this book. i can't decide if it is satire or comedy. it's not a story but it's like a list of every cute meet in a rom com I've ever read. except no paranormals. not a bad way to kill 2 hrs.

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  • Danielle B
  • 19-12-2020

Elementary

This book is stupid from the get-go. It’s immature and irresponsible and so juvenile. The first piece of advice is to get a cat, or pretend to get a cat, and put it up a tree so you can call the fire department. So many levels of stupid.

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