Easy Does It: A Romantic Comedy
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Easy Does It: A Romantic Comedy

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Julie Mills is heartbroken when her rock star wannabe boyfriend Ronny dumps her. With encouragement from her best friend Eve, Julie decides to post an Internet ad to attract a date. After a few too many sips of wine, Julie posts an ad entitled: "Easy Lady Requests Guy with Two Socks." Easy Lady meets Dan the Man at an Italian restaurant. It is far from the night Julie expe...more
Paperback, 270 pages
Published June 1st 2009 by Booksurge Publishing
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Suzanne
A sweet adorable romantic book. a keep up all nighter kind of story
Shawna Skinner Meyer
Great easy reading romantic comedy.
Dick Peterson
I finished this soon after I started it in July, but I've been distracted. I was reading it when I retired at the end of July, and the joy of retirement overtook me and kept me away from goodreads for a while. Anyway, this was a whimsical and entertaining story. Tanya has some serious humor chops, and it is a gift that she shares them with us. Even though my normal fare is grittier suspense, it is important to take other paths from time to time. It is the same reason that I'm a big fan of Mary K...more
Renee Alarid
Tanya Eby does it again with Easy Does It - a great romantic comedy (aka chick lit) about a girl named Julie is ready to get over her rocker ex-boyfriend by posting an online ad to attract a date. Julie creates a pseudonym "Easy Lady" and goes on a date with "Dan the Man". She expects nothing more from the date than a one night stand. That is where her plans go on their own path.

Easy Does It is a great summer read filled with wonderful characters, humor and food to die for. I would love it in T...more
Kersten
I loved Julie and Eve they were fun, crazy, and caring. I did want to shake Julie out of the Ronny thing she had. I mean he was not good for her but I get it that's what she knew and what she thought she deserved. I wish Julie would of been stronger sooner and at times I wanted Eve to just yell at her. However, Eve knew that Julie needed to work through it on her own and Eve didn't want to push her any closer to Ronny. I loved Dan and Kevin...who wouldn't. Then you have Bud and his friends. I wa...more
Terra Marie
I was so excited to read Tanya Eby's first book. I love her work! This book is sweet, makes you crave French onion soup, and want bumblebee slippers. Her writing always makes me laugh!
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Tanya is a starving artist without the starving part. Maybe, then, she's a snacking artist. She lives in Grand Rapids, Michigan with her two kids and tiki-obssessed husband and writes quirky fiction.

In 2009, she published her romantic comedy "Easy Does It" available on Amazon.

Champagne Books published her second romantic comedy "Blunder Woman" in July 2010 with ebook versions on Amazon and Allrom...more
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