Sunday, March 25, 2007
Dispite me assuming that this was going to a predictable book, and it was in a way, I couldn't help but enjoy. Its your typical chick lit book where the 20 something single has trouble finding a man, and decides to just have a fling with a hottie, but ends up falling for him even though he is nothing like she wants in a guy. Enter the guy who has everything that she does want (ie money), but she's not attracted to him, but he's got money and treats her like a princess, so of course she convinces herself that she loves him and almost marries him despite her friends telling her that hes not 'the one'. I didn't really like the guy either, and the hottie fling seemed fab even though he didn't have money. It's a story about how even though we think we know what we want in 'the one' when that person actually appears we realize that maybe its not what we wanted, but wanted something different. So ladies, don't make lists of what you want your dream man to be and have, because when it all comes down to it, you might pick the guy who doesn't meet your list and you won't mind.