Dating a diet disaster

This “rule” becomes what governs Shayla Ross’ life, except she kisses more frogs than she can handle and decides to take a break from dating.

Her need for a relationship has driven her into accepting the wrong guys and getting hurt at the end, this prompts her decision of going on a dating diet.

When I started reading the novel, it was speaking on an adulterous affair with one of the teacher's students father.

I shook my head on how could she do this..some of the sense of humor.

During the period Reviewed by Theophila on different guys, going on dates and kissing a lot of frogs before you finally meet the prince is a “silent rule” for being a lady.

During the period of this diet, she embarks on a journey of self discovery, she grows to love herself, enjoys being single and finally meets her prince.

Her bad luck does not all have to do with faith, but also with her choice of men.

The story has a lot of irony and most of all humor.

Right" is, in fact, incredibly wrong for her, she decides to go on a diet. She's not going to forgo her much-lov What if you found yourself climbing out of a bedroom window, naked, in the middle of the afternoon, to avoid being caught in bed with your married lover? After Shayla Ross discovers that yet another potential "Mr.

Right" is, in fact, incredibly wrong for her, she decides to go on a diet. She's not going to forgo her much-loved, sinfully-delicious girl scout cookies or her (admittedly too frequent) trips to Mc Donalds. An incredibly hapless and infinitely loveable heroine, elementary school teacher Shayla Ross decides to take her summer vacation from teaching as a period of self-discovery.

I have not mentioned too much about Shyla and Dunkin since I see the book more about her than her relationship.

But they are very funny and a lot of crazy things happen when they are together. “The Dating Diet” has a sweet message, which we all should follow.

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