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An irresistible look at three women on the verge of happily ever after--from three hot new voices in fiction.

It's the best spot in Manhattan for a sinfully delicious ice cream sundae. And it's where three young women come to soothe their troubles and treat themselves to a little taste of heaven. Lucky in friendship, not always so lucky in love, these women know that just
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Paperback, 240 pages
Published October 5th 2004 by Berkley Trade
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Betty
Do not find this topic at all interesting, so I am not wasting my time reading it.
Kel
I honestly didn't expect to like this book. When I started reading the first of the three stories inside and saw it was in 2nd person I cringed. But I loved it. I loved all three stories in their different persons even if they were fairly predictable. I still love the idea of multiple writers writing stories that feature the same place. Such an interesting idea. Loved it. Pure chick-lit, but worth the read.
Theletter12
Not a light hearted read like the cover of the book implied. Two of the short stories were rather dull and really lacked that romantic spark.
Karen
3 romantic short stories based in and near a diner called Sundaes.
Short and sweet. It's an easy and enjoyable quick read.
Sam
A lesson in not judging a book by its cover. Two and a half stars. Not really romantic, or fluffy like the cover would suggest.
Kim
This book was ok. I'm not much of a fan of short stories.
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