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Imperfect Bliss by Susan Fales-Hill
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Sep 26, 2012

really liked it
Read in September, 2012

Wow - what a family! This fictional account of a televised reality show must be pretty much like the real thing. Wait - were there several oxymorons in that sentence? A little over the top and campy, but an enjoyable read. A funny, laugh out loud look at modern day romance and courtship, and nice to see that there are some things about love and "hooking up" that are timeless. Bliss, the daughter of Harold and Forsythia, finds herself back at home and heartbroken, working on her PHD and raising her precious daughter just in time for her youngest sister to be cast as the star of a new reality show called The Virgin. The madness that ensues causes Bliss to reconsider her feelings about where she is going, what she is doing, and most importantly, how she feels about love. You will find yourself completely identifying with Bliss, the sane one in this family, and cheering her on as she comes to grips with the new world of dating, and learns some valuable lessons about herself in the process.

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