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The Romancipation Of Maggie Hunter (Red Dress Ink Novels) Paperback – July 1, 2007
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Top Customer Reviews
I was very disappointed by this book. For being Sigaloff's 5th novel, I was surprised by the atrociousness of it. The writing was strained and tried far too hard to be funny... which it wasn't. Maggie came off flat and completely unsympathetic. This book will go into the library charity box. Fifteen dollars wasted.
It was way too long and the story drags on and on. It was rather boring. I couldn't read it all the way through to finish it, so I skipped to the end and read the epilogue.
Maggie's best friend Eloise wants to move in with her boyfriend Jake, but he prefers separate homes though he is willing to share a weekend with her; he thinks sharing a place 24/7 means commitment and he is not ready for that. Maggie wonders if she and Eloise could exchange boyfriends so the commitment duo can commit and the commitment phobias can keep the distance. She knows soon she and Max, and Eloise and Jake will have decisions that she hopes to put off, but boyfriend swapping is apparently not one of the options.
This entertaining chick lit romance stars a confused woman who does not want to hurt anyone, yet is not ready to commit to a deeper relationship with her boyfriend of three years. Maggie's description of Max is terrific and enables audience to focus on her issues as she realizes boys want to pay for his drinks and girls would willingly give away their virginity for a night with him, so why does she have doubts. Although somewhat padded (the story line not the bra), this modernizing of the escapades of Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice make for a fine look at the dating scene fifty years after the Lycra revolution.