Remind Me Again Why I Need A Man
Amelia Lockwood doesn't mean to sound greedy. With a fabulous career in television, a posh apartment, and four fiercely loyal and wickedly funny friends, she knows she should be counting her lucky stars. But as her thirties tick by at an alarming pace, Amelia is getting anxious about the one thing missing in her otherwise successful life--a husband!
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The successful television producer decides to be proactive and signs up for a class at the local college. The class promises to help her understand her romantic past and use the knowledge to find a husband. Her friends are skeptical, but Amelia is determined!
Her weekly homework for the class includes confronting her...more
The only thing is that it didn't had a clear ending, would have wanted a bit more.
If it was made in a comedy sitcom i think people would have really enjoyed it, good job from the writer.
I saw it on the library shelf and was immediately drawn in by the cover and title. The premise also sounded cute, so I decided to give it a try.
This book was just FUN! I laughed out loud several times, and kept wondering how her next ex-boyfriend was going to top the one we just met.
(view spoiler)[The ending frustrated me at first, because it just... ends. But then I realized that's life, and it's more realistic for her to still be single at the en...more
The reason this only got two stars was the somewhat ridiculous storyline. The main character takes a class for women in their late 30's on how to find a husband. The homework for the class is to talk to an ex-boyfriend a week and find out what went wrong.
Each ex gets more and more ludicrous as the story wears on. One or two ludicrous ex's would have been fine (we have one or two), but for each and eve...more
This book was so poorly written I could not continue. Hire an editor - spelling errors? Come on! Too many cliches, bad grammar. I just could not take it. Women's Lit/Chick Lit can be fun and en...more
These woman wants to get married ad takes a class in getting married, and has to contact all of her previous boyfriends to see why the relationship did not work out. That travel was entertaining.
The characters are somewhat stereotypical, but they work for the purpose of the story and situations are not boring.
It had an open ending, sort of, and I'm not a fan of that. As well as what they're playing at through the entire book doesn't happen because it ends.
It's a good ending.. I guess. It fits, kinda. But still, I would've rather seen it end differently.
But fun to read. Quick and a laugh.
It's like a female "High Fidelity" in that she has to review her past relationships. There is far too much simplifying and over-the-top situations for my taste, but the overall story is entertaining enough.