Dating no guts no glory
" I'd classify it more as an "LDS Dating: How-To" book with a smattering of romantic comedy - just to keep it interesting... I loved it, and pondered on it frequently, and even quoted the quirky Louisa Barker.
Now that I have a 16 year old daughter, I want her to read the same wise advise, mingled with good humor and fun stories. It did get a little too preachy at times(especially near the end) but is something I would want my kids to read.
This book is part self-help and part novel, and is written to inspire, make you laugh, and give good sound dating advise. When I got this book (in high school) I thought it was a "self-help" book (I NEEDED it! Good advice but reading it as a mom, I got a little tired of reading that part. Wow, can we say LDS guide to dating that is put in a "romantic comedy" type way.
I can't remember if I first read this in high school or college. ) No, it's actually a very humorous look at one girl and the various things she learns from different people she dates -- the ups and downs while looking for Mr. Though, I do have to admit that I liked it a lot more than I thought I would have.
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If I read this book for the first time right now I'm fairly sure it would get a three.
However, I loved this book so much as a teenager that I can't give it less than a four.
) which is why I am giving a lower rating 10 years after having read them. Joni Hilton clearly defines love verses infatuation and teaches one how to build self-esteem so that there is no need to rely on the attention of the opposite sex to give us that false sense of worth.
When I need a nice light read I may give them a second look. All this following the main character through her hilariously life-like experiences of dating--and yes, she does eventually find true love.