Jane Dixon is a dating disaster. Flammable tablecloths and broken arms are just a typical evening for her unlucky companions. No wonder Jane never gets past a first date. But luckily her co-worker and new bff says he’s got loads of friends who’d date her more than once. If only she could stop thinking about how much fun he was to hang out with. And she’d never dropped a bucket of ice on his junk. Win.
All attorney Eric Blackwell has to do to make junior partner is not screw anything up for six weeks, which seems like a slam dunk until he finds himself matchmaker to the office “One Date Wonder” aka the boss’s daughter. It’s hard to stay focused when setting up the hottest girl he’s ever met with everyone but himself. Maybe he could just set her up with all the wrong men, and keep his hands off his new friend… Yeah. His promotion is toast.
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Dear Jane is a short story about a woman who is living a life she hates, and she can only manage to get one date with a guy. She's having a horrible time with it, but she doesn't know what to do. Until she ends up asking her nice sexy co-worker to date one of his friends. The dates don't go well, but she ends up getting closer to Eric.
This book was okay. I didn't like it as much as previous books from this author, but it was still pretty interesting.
It was also very fast paced and an easy read, but it wasn't something you really get invested in. I liked the plot line, and the characters overall. Even though I thought Jane made a lot of mistakes, I still enjoyed her character for the most part.
And I do look forward to reading more in this series.