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Ginny Blue's Boyfriends
L.A. film production manager Ginny Blue has had quite a few--exes, that is. And the latest one--Nate the Nearly Normal--was next on her list to dump, until she walked into the apartment they shared to find him moving out. The nerve! As if something were wrong with her...which Ginny secretly suspects might be the case. Dave the Devout, Hairy Larry, and Mr. Famous Actor were ...more
Paperback, 336 pages
Published September 1st 2005 by Kensington
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Mar 13, 2014 Judith rated it it was ok · review of another edition
The first half of the book was difficult to get through, because I didn't really like Ginny. Or should I say, i really didn't like Ginny. At some point I suppose I got used to it, and than all of a sudden the book was finished. All in all not a book I would recommend to anyone.
Standard fluff, quickly forgettable. This book has been on my TBR for ages. Stumbled upon a copy and figured since this is the month for lovers, so to speak, why not finally get into this one? I was a little bummed to find that this is pretty standard fluff read fare -- not completely awful but nothing stand out spectacular either. I was really hoping for the idea of revisiting past dating experiences to be a nice cup of LOL. Ginny starts out questioning the relationship she has at the beginning ...more
Ginny Blue has decided to go back through her Ex-Files, (ex-boyfriends) to see if maybe she can figure out where she goes wrong in her love life. I came to like Ginny during her exploration into her past. I also liked her close group of friends, who also decided to try to do some soul searching of their own, regarding their mistakes. I was just a little disappointed with this story, because it dragged in places and I didn't really see that much got resolved at all. I definitely liked the writin ...more
This one was billed as a romance, but it wasn't so much a romance as a waltz through boyfriends past. We get to follow Ginny along as she touches base with all of her exes only to find that the one she never considered an ex might be up for the roll of leading man. The book ends with only a hint.