One bald spot + one 30 year old = zero chance at love.
If there's one thing statistics professor Lauren Sinclair knows, it's probability. And she understands her current equation all too well.
Desperate to get herself back into the dating game, Lauren relies on statistical analysis and a ridiculously detailed list to help her find the perfect man.
Her friend Mack thinks it sounds like she's trying to find a car instead of a husband. What does he know? He's a tattooed, totally-not-her-type Blackjack dealer.
But maybe this professor needs to learn that love is more than a numbers game.
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Fun, Funny and Romantic
The main character is very easy to relate to and hilarious. Lauren is both organized and neurotic. She is somewhat anti-social but has a good heart. The narrator nails the performance of this character.
The main character is similar to Stephanie Plumb from the series by Janet Evanovich. Stephanie and Lauren are both likable, vulnerable, quirky, action oriented girls who get themselves into humorous situations without thinking. Those situations often involve hunky men.
Tough choice. This whole book is funny and well-written. The scene where Lauren bares her bald spots to Mac is comical. The scene where Lauren thinks she is hearing the voice of God commenting on her dating life is beyond funny. But the scenes where Lauren is singing show tunes at the top of her lungs to keep wild animals away are the best.
Yes. The book is light, entertaining and well-written. The narrator gives a first class performance embodying each character.
Great book. I highly recommend it. I received this book for free from the author, narrator, or publisher in exchange for a fair review.
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