A Poem for What's Her Name

A Poem for What s Her Name Doc has given up on love After a number of disastrous dates with women she met on an Internet dating site the college professor has fully resigned herself to the fact the perfect woman just doesn t e

  • Title: A Poem for What's Her Name
  • Author: Dani O'Connor
  • ISBN: 9781883523787
  • Page: 236
  • Format: Paperback
  • Doc has given up on love After a number of disastrous dates with women she met on an Internet dating site, the college professor has fully resigned herself to the fact the perfect woman just doesn t exist Fully prepared for a lifetime of loneliness, she is amazed to find a message in her inbox worth reading twice.

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    About "Dani O'Connor"

    1. Dani O'Connor

      Dani O Connor is a former teacher, starving artist and moderately successful business owner She was born in a small Wyoming town but currently resides near Dallas with her partner, a multitude of animals and a growing collection of Converse and cowboy shirts from the author s website

    630 thoughts on “A Poem for What's Her Name”

    1. This book is hilarious. The sarcasm coming from Doc from the very first page is just my style of dry cynical humor. The story is pretty straight forward: girl places profile on dating site, goes on to describe some hilarious dates, then meets the perfect partner. Then we get to hear about some of their life together, etc. All throughout, you get the incredibly humorous and pleasant story telling. There is no deep plot, no mystery or thriller; just a story about doc's life and the growing relatio [...]

    2. The first time I ever actually LAUGHED out Loud for real was when I read this book- from the first pages where we are learning about Doc through a personal ad placed in a paper and all the wacky antics as a result of it I was rolling on the floor.I love that it is a easy and fast read and O'Conner has away with pacing and plot that I wanted more immediately upon completing it- I haveread all the others in this series as well- and Wish she would write more!

    3. i picked up "poem" in barnes and noble a while back and absolutely loved it! so when "same socks" came out, i went out and got it as soon as i could and devoured it overnight.Dani's writing is very real-life, witty, sarcastic at times, and her description and dialogue has depth but is also so easy to read which is great because i have the attention span of a goldfish.wait. what were we talking about?

    4. there is, like, no conflict in this book. if you want to read about two people falling in love and having minimal bumps along the way, be my guest, but it struck me as very odd and more of a i-love-you-so-much-i-wrote-a-book-about-how-awesome-you-are book. it does have some funny moments that i appreciated, though. and i kinda just want someone else to read it and see if they have the same reaction. and this is why amazon is a crapshoot in terms of finding new interesting lez books

    5. I love this book - such a refreshing approach to lesbian romance! And after reading books about the Nazi concentration camps and psychotic murderers, Dani O'Connor is just what I need! :)

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