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Product Details

  • Paperback: 224 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (October 19, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1466276169
  • ISBN-13: 978-1466276161
  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.5 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (170 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,040,372 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Stephanie Haddad's earliest works featured unicorns and talking pumpkins who overcame adversity, evil, and the threat of being baked into pies. With age, her writing has evolved to more grown-up topics, like love and the complicated relationships between people. As a life-long lover of cheerful fiction, she strives to tackle real-world issues with wit, hope, and lots of humor. Her short stories have spanned many genres, but her full-length novels stay firmly planted in happy endings, via both romance and women's fiction.

In 2009, Stephanie joined the Romance Writers of America to celebrate her addiction to perfect plot resolutions with other writers just like her. Combining a passion for the human condition with a penchant for the romantic, Stephanie strives to write every story as though it is a conversation shared between friends.

As she balances new motherhood, a freelance writing workload, and an independent publishing career, Stephanie continues her work on a planned three-book women's fiction series, a collection of romantic urban fantasy short stories, and several single-title romances. Her first novel, A Previous Engagement, was released in July 2011. She lives, loves, and writes near Boston, MA, the home of all of her novels.

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Thoroughly enjoyed this fun and quick read from Stephanie Haddad. I picked up Love Unlisted after enjoying Haddad's first book Previous Enagement and was happy to find more quirky but lovable characters, involved in the challenges of finding love and making things work, sometimes against all odds. Haddad breathed life into Grace, the main character, and made her very real and easy for readers to identify with - even if we aren't obsessed with lists! Would recommend to anyone who enjoys a good "girl meets boy" story. Looking forward to her next book.
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This is not my typical read but after reading Flat-Out Love by Jessica Park I found myself seeking similar kindle books in search of freshness as well as to support indie authors. This book was an enjoyable read. I did take me a little bit to get use to Grace and her crazy lists but I definitely warmed up to her. She's a young, ambitious girl trying to navigate the real world and gets an opportunity at work to show what she's made of. The girl who likes to be in control, reducing everything to some kind of list, has to come to terms with a painful event in her past in order to grow. I loved Colin's reaction to and take on her lists. She's quirky, smart, and emotional and by the end I really liked her.
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I just loved everything about this book. I wasn't expecting much. The cover could probably use a little work as the color of the font is so pale on my kindle I could barely read it. But when I did begin reading I was pulled in. I had to stay up late to finish it. I will say, if you don't like characters that are a bit odd, you probably won't enjoy this book. For me, I found the main character totally fascinating and lovable. She was so neurotic about her book of lists and I absolutely loved this quirk in her. I pictured myself walking around making lists of pros and cons of everything in life. Her lists were great fun and so honestly candid. I loved the romance that develops. Her friendships and familial relationship are well developed. The two main characters seem genuine and they really get to know each other throughout the story. I love that her "hero" helps her see herself more clearly. I will definitely be reading more from this author. Although the author does include a physical relationship between the two characters toward the end, I didn't find it to be drawn out in detail (as this isn't my thing). I wouldn't personally recommend this book for young adults.
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I had trouble finishing this novel, and really only skimmed much of the last 60% of the book. This was largely because I found the main character cold, selfish and unlikeable. She seemed too quick to blame others for her own mistakes and it was tiring reading the same cycle of her emotions and their consequences play out over and over again. I also found her unprofessionalism at work completely offputting. If you're in a customer service role, you don't ignore dozens of calls from your biggest client, especially after you've been warned about it by your boss.

As for the other characters, including the love interest, I found them flat, stereotypical and unrealistic. The love interest was especially problematic because there was no basis for his attraction to the main character. He met her initially for about 30 seconds, she was a rude cow and yet he was completely smitten with her from that point on, even after meeting her again where her behaviour was even worse (and unprofessional AGAIN). It made him seem weak and dimwitted - such a turn off!

I could go on and on about some of the other problems with this novel, but I don't want to talk myself into giving it anything lower than a three-star review. At the end of the day it's not a terrible book, and as the main character IS supposed to be a bit neurotic, it's somewhat excusable that she's not particularly likeable.

Very glad I got this one for free.
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wow. I totally identify with the main character, though thankfully I am not quite as neurotic. I found this book to ring very true, and the more I learned about Grace the more I appreciated the author...she didn't just give Grace this list-writing obsession for no apparent reason...there is real depth there and for that I am grateful.

Just as Grace had to learn to let go of her lists, so have I. I can proudly say that the only lists I keep now are grocery lists! Similarly, I had an obsession with schedules that got to the point of having every hour of every day planned out ahead of time. It took me awhile to realize, as Grace did, that life just doesn't work that way. We struggle to control everything around us because we feel so out of control within ourselves. I think this book addressed this fairly well while still keeping it 'light' so that people WITHOUT these neurotic tendencies might still be able to enjoy it.

Anyway, great read. Loved the character development and that the romantic parts weren't cheesy or overdone. I've downloaded another book by this author and I'm looking forward to it!
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Gracie Burns, an event planner at Creative Celebrations, lives and organizes her whole life by making lists. She bases decisions on lists and follows a set schedule on a daily basis. Without her lists, she feels lost and empty. She does not allow anyone to read her private Book of Lists, because others would think she is crazy and she would lose relationships if they saw the lists that she has in this book (Reasons to Hate my Best Friend, Things to Say in a Breakup, Ways to Improve Job Performance, World's Worse Children's Names, Reasons Gracie Doesn't Drink Alcohol). After a two year relationship she makes up a list of pros and cons, and decides to break up with her longtime boyfriend, unbeknownst to her boyfriend who was getting ready to ask her to move in with him over dinner. Gracie tries to get back on track by keeping up with her work schedule. She has to even beat her own time of being early for work even when she is half an hour early. One morning as Gracie gets coffee at her usual hotspot, she ends up bumping into Colin Kilburn and spills her coffee. This is a guy who she would not define as her type yet she feels attracted to him and tries to create a list to make him appear more unappealing. She discovers the lists she creates controls her life and there is a secret as to why these lists have become a significant part of her life. With the insight of understanding of her past friendships, her relationship with her brother, and the new romance she establishes with Colin, we see a side of Gracie that she keeps from the outside world. What happens when the book of lists does not work for her anymore? She uncovers a lot more answers if she just follows her heart. This was an excellent story by Stephanie Haddad, very humorous and engaging.
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