It always starts out so innocent. A drink, a laugh, a bet. For 40-year-old Dee Harper, her humdrum life is about to become educated.
When Dee's wealthy friend, Gail, makes her a ridiculous bet, she never dreams she'll actually go through with it. After all, dating 26 men in one year, from A to Z, is ludicrous. Right? Then Gail offers her $50,000 if she succeeds. Now that is an offer she can't refuse.
From Adam the cocky limo driver to Kevin the klepto, Dee learns the hard way what sort of guy she doesn't want. Filled to the brim with snark and sarcasm about the joys of dating later in life, The ABC's of Dee reminds us that even though life sometimes sucks, there is always someone there to laugh with.
©2015 Danielle Bannister (P)2016 Danielle Bannister
I am not normally a romance reader, but who can resist when it claims to be a snarky romance? Well not me. It was just the book I needed. Dee is a sarcastic working class woman who gets dared into a bet to date 26 men in alphabetical order in one year. Sounds silly right? Not when the prize is $50,000. Every woman knows a Dee or has a little of Dee in her. She drinks too much, awkwardly states the truth, and is a fantastic friend. Dee is kind of like Bridget Jones in a good way. She's quirky and sarcastic. She is a fantastic lead character. I love her. The story is told at a great place that keeps you entertained. The narrator is perfect for this book. I highly recommend this snarky romance!
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