She can’t seem to catch any guy’s notice for anything. No, a pick-up pitch from a stranger gawking at her around Pump #2 at the gas station doesn’t count. And that attractive salesman at the one-stop-for-all-you-want store in town shouldn’t have been flirting with her in the first place, being ultra customer-friendly in an establishment notorious for its pathetic customer service. Now, is this young woman’s dateless predicament unfixable? Not in the least. New plan: Sheridan Jones is going to date herself.
Ahh. The romance.
“Nadine C. Keels really knows how to use her space and time! It was a perfect short, light, and humorous book to read between a bunch of long books, and just what I needed.”
“I enjoyed the first-person narrative that was very much like Sheridan was talking to a friend.”
Author note: After writing a line of “heavier” works, I wanted to let loose (well, not totally loosey-goosey, but, you know, loose) and write something lighthearted and fun. Plus, I’ve heard folks toss around the “if you’re dateless, date yourself” idea enough times to wonder what would happen if a dateless girl decided to do it.