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eBook Holla If You Hear Me... No More Blind Dates, Please! epub
  • ISBN: 0595338720
  • Author: Shawne White
  • Genre: Self-Help
  • Subcategory: Relationships
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Inc. (February 23, 2005)
  • Pages: 78 pages
  • ePUB size: 1534 kb
  • FB2 size 1339 kb
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My coworker, Jennifer, and I had had this conversation plenty of times and she always said that if God could raise a man from the dead, surely he could send the one for us."The One is out there somewhere, and author Shawne A. White intends to find him. What better way to search for the perfect mate than through blind dates arranged by well-meaning matchmakers? She didn't go on just one or two rendezvous, but many, many blind dates with an eclectic assortment of men. And she's willing to spill the details.This first-person account of White's encounters is a collection of sometimes funny, sometimes touching short stories. She invites you to tag along vicariously as her blind date blunders-and occasional successes-unfold. A touch of humor, therapeutic observation, and commentary on North Carolinian etiquette and cuisine keep you turning pages as she shares her newly developed understanding.Whether you prefer to profit from lessons learned along the way, or simply be entertained, White's blind date experiences will keep you laughing and dating, because you never know, your next date may be "the One".
Comments: (5)
Celen
While reading the book I found a lot of humor in it. I did not consider it a male bashing book, but some common mistakes should NOT have been made. But as I was reading from the male point of view, I found this book to be all one sided. In other words, did the author make any mistakes? What did she do to make it go smoother? Just reading, it appeared the author judged based on a one strike rule. If you make one mistake, it was "C Ya later, Holla"! Now a quick temper toward just plain silliness (Belch Boy) was accepted :-).

If anyone is looking for Mr. or Ms. Right, I don't think it is a good ideal to throw a way an entire dish on a first date (Crab Cake Boy), it does not matter who is paying for it. This is very wasteful it could be the first signal of a high maintenance person (female or male). But, I do agree, Crab cake boy should have left the food alone. The author did a good job in cutting her losses and not wasting time on some of the men.

There is no guide for being the perfect date, but I think single men can read this book and get some insights of a woman expectation, and how she want to be treated. It is easy reading, no long drawn out story lines, and I enjoyed the author's humor.
Foxanayn
This was a short and fun book to read. As I sat there reading it from front to back, I laughed, I thought, I planned, I remembered and I wanted to read some more. I've never experienced all this, but I can easily see all of it happening. I think other men would would get a kick out of it. The author needs to take some of this material to "Girlfriends".
Utchanat
This book stung a bit, but it was not too hard on the brothers. The author told the stories from her point of view, but gave credit where credit was due and taxed brothers when deserved. I dig how she did't hate on all men. I would recommend this book for entertainment purposes only, don't read too much into it.
Frei
It is refreshing to read a book that turns bad dates into comedy. The author has decided to share her experiences, so we will know when to just say,"no it is not working". It also gives men an idea of what not to do. This book has lessons for all.
Swordsong
This book is hilarious! Writtten in plain language Ms. White takes us through her experiences with grace and style. A great first effort. I couldnt put it down until I was finished. I know she has some more material coming!
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