Danny Riccuci thinks divorce is hereditary. After all, his family has been the poster child for failed marriages. The only exception is his sister, Maria, and she's married to the church. Danny's so sure he carries this divorce gene that he's never bothered to challenge the family curse. Rachel Levin's a teacher of human relationships. She knows all the scientific reasons for mutual attraction. She knows the basis of the human needs that drive people into relationships. She knows the statistics of almost every aspect of her field. In fact, Rachel knows everything about human relationships--except what it's actually like to be in one. Together, Danny and Rachel learn there's a lot more to love than what's in a textbook and that, sometimes, genetics are highly overrated.
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Review: Marriage 101User Review - Eva - Goodreads
Short, sweet romance novel. Funny characters. Predictable storyline. Good for a quick read. It's not high literature, but I liked it. Read full review
Review: Marriage 101User Review - Connie - Goodreads
This was a typical Avalon Romance. Easy read, fun characters and all sweet and happy endings. It's nice to read the light and simple every now and then. Read full review