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With new species discovered every day, it's hard to find a rule to catch a good frog, except to say that when it comes to frogs there are no rules at all.Karrie Kline had kissed her share of frogs. But when it came to finding her prince, her pond was dry. With disappointments ranging from a Colorado-bound Casanova to a lascivious lawyer she meets online, Karrie's frustration climbs so high, even dreams of meeting her match on her own reality show become a nightmare. But she still has her tales.
An enterprising actress, Karrie turns her dating stories into a successful one-woman show. Has her quest to put her bad-date karma to good use turned her into a dating pariah? Her old frogs are hopping out of the woodwork. But offstage, Karrie journeys back to the beginning to figure out how she got here. From finding her very first tadpole on up to her biggest, horniest toad, Karrie comes away with an even stronger sense of herself and relationships, passing on a prince for her own good frog.
All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part in any form. This edition is published by arrangement with Harlequin Books S.A. All characters in this book are fictitious. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.
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By Maggie on 06-26-06
I really liked this book...and love when an author narrates her own work as no one can know a character like the author does. I will admit that it didn't require a lot of thought...but it is an ideal "beach listen" and provided a great escape for me.
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By Stephanie on 02-07-09
Looking for Mr. Last Page!
Holy cow! I've finally finished listening after having to stop several times from boredom, confusion and just plain annoyance. The main character was by turns too giddy, too bitter, too everything. I found that the story jumped from now to then to now without really making a transition. It was hard to get through. I perservered, however, and am proud to say that it's behind me now.