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Once I read past the fluffy first pages, the meat of the story - the author's deeply honest probing of profession women caught in singledom - fed my own hungry, questioning heart.Published 5 months ago by BiblioGuide
Enjoyed this read. Good story which explored the human condition. The characters had depth and the book, overall was well written and it moved along. I liked it.Published 11 months ago by cynthia Trotter
I was looking for a book that was a bit "lighter" than my usual picks. I didn't know that this book was for the "desperate to have a baby" woman. Read morePublished on April 5, 2012 by kcoletoomanybooks
Light, fast, fun read with no major trauma. A nice respite from heavier-duty reading. Decent writing and an amusing story, albeit with a predictable ending.Published on June 7, 2008 by Julie Hedlund
Very satisfying read, a quick one too, and often hard to put down. This story is a mixture of wry humor, psychological insight, and dreams of the best possible outcome ever. Read morePublished on April 15, 2008 by SMC
"Dating Big Bird" features an annoying protagonist with a fierce desire to have a baby. Undoubtedly, this character would raise any child to be as whiny and useless as she is. Read morePublished on August 7, 2007 by Jane Potter
I love Animal Husbandry. It may be my favorite recent read, and I wanted to love this book. I didn't. I kept wondering why. Read morePublished on February 22, 2007 by Pasiphae
I can't say I was entirely shocked by some of the behavior recounted in this one. Rumors have been flying around for years of what was going down on that Children's Television... Read morePublished on March 10, 2006 by Lonnie Gentry
This novel strived for a deep message but seemed to miss the mark, at least to me. I would suppose that it could be considered empowering, in a sense, but it had the same... Read morePublished on January 3, 2005 by Christy L.