Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Mini Guest Review: The Hazards of Hunting While Heartbroken


Mini Guest Review: The Hazards of Hunting While Heartbroken by Mari Passananti

Review by: Chris

Copy Sent for Review, But All Opinions are Our Own

Official Summary: Zoë Clark thinks her world will implode when her fiancé dumps her on the eve of their splashy wedding. After nearly a decade with her college sweetheart, Zoë feels like a teenager about to be eaten alive by the New York dating scene. And her problems don’t end there. Zoë works a less-than-ideal job, managing other people’s careers while her own ambitions wither. To add insult to injury, she does so in the employ of a larger than life woman whose staff measures the boss’s emotional state by the zealousness of her make up application.

Quitting is out of the question; Zoë’s rent doubled when her fiancé bailed. Enter Oscar Thornton. He’s handsome, charming, attentive and rich - the perfect boyfriend. But does he harbor a dark secret? Or will Zoë torpedo her newfound happiness by indulging a far fetched suspicion? The Hazards of Hunting While Heartbroken tells the story of a young woman who sets out to find a man to solve her problems. Instead she finds herself facing her own shortcomings, testing her oldest friendships and realizing that she has the power to make herself happy.

  Packed with snappy dialogue and playful wit, The Hazards of Hunting While Heartbroken will strike a chord with any woman who’s ever allowed herself to think, My life would be perfect, if I could just meet the right guy.

Review: A fun, fast read. Frienship is all through the book along with suspense that keeps you wanting to not put it down. Zoe is a character that a lot of women can relate too.

I liked the friendship with Angela - it portrays what friendship is all about. They are always there for each other.

The fact in the end is a true statment- a man should not define you. All women have the power to make themself happy.

2 comments:

Bee said...

I have never heard of this book. Why, oh, why? *hits self* That cover is SO gorgeous. I love it. And that title..GAH! I'm keeping a look out for this one.

Thanks for the spotlight.

Melanie said...

I love the title of this book! Very snazzy. Sounds like a fun read, books with an empowering message are great. I wish there were more of them.


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