The Sleeping Beauty Proposal

The Sleeping Beauty Proposal

Book - 2007
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When Genie's "commitment-phobic" boyfriend proposes on national TV--not to Genie, but to a mystery woman--her friend Patty doesn't hesitate to give her some tough love: "You remind me of Sleeping Beauty, lying around waiting for your prince. Well, guess what, he rode right past your castle and now you have a choice--either go back to bed or wake up!" Genie chooses to wake up. Her first step is to allow everyone to believe she's Hugh's real fiancee. In a heartbeat, her parents are booking a reception hall while friends are showering her with gifts. Genie feels bad about the deception, but soon she realizes that she never needed a man to start her life--to buy a home or get a better job. And if Prince Charming wants to show up while she's at it, she just might teach him a thing or two.--From publisher description.
Publisher: New York : Dutton, c2007.
ISBN: 9780525950189
0525950184
9780451223968
Characteristics: 312 p. ;,24 cm.

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oboechica88
Dec 06, 2013

The plot is outlandish. The characters are insanely unbelievable. There was NO substance of any sort to be found anywhere. This book was not worth my time. It takes a lot for me to not enjoy anything about a book, but this book managed to be so ridiculously over the top it made it to my small list of least favourite books of all time. For the full review head to my blog at OboeChica Books (so long and thanks for all the fish).

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Nuinui
Jul 16, 2011

I really enjoyed reading this book. Once again, Sarah Strohmeyer has stepped up to the plate. "The Sleeping Beauty Proposal" as funny and the ending was adorable.

Moe Mar 06, 2008

light, enjoyable before bed reading

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