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- Print Length: 217 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: November 25, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0056VBOCQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,228 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Flirts! 5 Romantic Short Stories (The Flirts! Short Stories Collections Book 1) Kindle Edition
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The authors' first story the leading lady was a real estate salesperson and she briefly mentions trying to sale a Victorian home with no characters mentioned for the home. The last story is the owner of the home and he briefly mentions his real estate salesperson getting married. All the stories in-between have an obscure link to the one before and in the end I saw that indeed sometimes it is a small world.
As another reviewer mentioned, sometimes you want a short read.... something you can finish in one sitting. This collection fits the bill & leaves you w/a smile on your face & hope in your heart. All 5 stories have the common thread of love & the players are loosely connected but each story is different.
I got it for free (& notice it's free again), it's defiitely worth your time for a quick pick me up!
Jane has always looked out for her friend, Miranda, by taking on the role of “the hot girl’s friend.” Her job is to weed out the single guys and dismiss all the losers, but she does it in such a smart-ass way. She called it “creative protection.”
Jane claimed that looks are what guys are interested in, until bartender Brady, the Ryan Reynolds look-alike, proves her wrong.
2. “Wrong Place, Right Guy” –
Right away, the story grabs you with a frightful attack on our heroine, then sexy Tony comes to the rescue. But Tony seems to be the real danger as he somehow seeps into Kristen’s heart. Can they overcome the prejudice of their friends and family?
3. “Not You” –
A one-night stand with a professional womanizer may prove to be the best thing our girl needed before her mom’s wedding. Who knew she’d be hitting it off with the groom’s son? Ewe! Scandalous!
4. “Desperately Seeking Cupid” –
Sitting with a bunch of old ladies at a wedding can be depressing and boring. Why was everyone bugging Brianna to meet someone? Why would feng-shui in her apartment bring on a guy? Brianna is so desperate that she’ll try anything.
5. “Never been dumped” –
Rachel wants to go out with a man to get dumped because she has always hated being the dumper. Weird lady.
The stories were witty and funny. All these characters had the same generic appearance, however, with their blonde hair. I suspected the author might be blonde, too. Also, since these are romances, they all end the same way. Typical.
They decide to go out to a bar and after dancing for awhile Jane finds herself sitting at the bar and strikes up a conversation with the bartender. she likes him instantly. But doesn't think he would be interested in her.
After talking most of the night the bartender tells Jane, that a bar is no place to meet a man and he challenges her to a bet that he could easily find a man for her and she accepts his challenge.
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