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Stupid Love

4.57  ·  Rating details ·  7 ratings  ·  4 reviews
"Love is, well, stupid."

A laugh-out-loud and insightful page-turner in the tradition of Sex and the City meets Gossip Girl. Although, not-your-typical-romance novel, it is still one that will have you falling in love in ways you'd never expect.

Get ready to read the book you swore was written for you. Ever been in love? Loved someone completely wrong for you? Had your heart
Paperback, 1, 389 pages
Published February 15th 2022 by Cupid'S Arrow Publishing
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Stephen McClellan
Jun 29, 2022 rated it it was amazing
While this book is definitely a romantic comedy in nature, it’s so much more at its core. The author uses the intricacies of relationships—romantic as well as platonic—to explore themes of self-worth, identity, learning from your mistakes, overcoming your past, developing inner strength, and building hope for the future. In my opinion, I personally found those to be the most dynamic aspects of the novel. No matter what your experience has been like in relationships, this is definitely a book eve ...more
Liz Dombrowski
May 18, 2022 rated it liked it
This book felt so relatable as a 20 something dating in nyc. There is comfort knowing that others are feeling the same struggle, fictional or not! Another reviewer compared it to Sex & The City which was a perfect comparison. This book felt like a compilation of a season of SATC but yet also crossed with a self improvement book? While I enjoyed the journey of Rachel & her friends, I couldn’t get sucked in to the book like i had hoped.

Thank you Netgalley & Cupid Arrows Publishing for the ARC!
Jaclyn F
May 05, 2022 rated it really liked it
This was so fun and relatable! Definitely Sex & the City vibes, which I loved. I enjoyed the characters journey navigating through love and loss. A very heartwarming read!

Thank you to NetGalley and Cupid’s Arrow Publishing for this arc!
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Mar 14, 2022 rated it it was amazing
Stupid Love by Danielle Dexter is a fun, emotional and relatable tale of starting over, in life and love, following a difficult break-up. The lovable main character, Rachel Parker, finally finds the strength to leave a toxic relationship after years of gaslighting and endless broken promises of change. Readers get to join her on her journey of moving back to her hometown. Everything is new, her own apartment, a new job, the new dating scene- but she has a wonderful group of old friends that keep ...more
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Danielle Dexter, who also writes under the pen name, Danie Jaye, is an Award-Winning author of three novels, including the Literary Titan Gold Medal Winner for Stupid Love as well as The Taming of Lions. She lives in New York with her husband, daughter, and three dogs. She holds a Political Science degree from the University of Arizona with a minor in English.

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