Legs Talk: A Modern Girl's Dating Tale

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Legs Talk, 2009 - Family & Relationships - 112 pages
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"In the most ORIGINAL book of its kind, award winning author D.E. Boone take you on a very humorous and visual journey into the world of dating. A tale of girl meets guy, falls for guy, and finds out he's not what he said he was.As normal as this story sounds, it's anything but. This quirky, offbeat black and white picture book is told from the waist down. Photographs of a model's legs take you on this relationship voyage from beginning to end. The pictures tell the story, but the captions pack the wallop! Give Legs Talk as a gift to women you know who have experienced love found and lost, on their own terms! If you're fed up with the dating scene and need a good laugh about it, Legs Talk is the book for you. "
 

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User Review  - purplg8r - LibraryThing

This is a cute, small book. It's a book that you'd buy as a gift, and to me, it would be a cute gift to give a girlfriend who just broke up with a guy. It tells the tale of the life of a relationship and is shown with shots of legs only. A cute little book. Read full review

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User Review  - morbidromantic - LibraryThing

Leg’s Talk: A Modern Girl’s Dating Tale by D.E. Boone is a small book, about 112 pages with full page black and white photographs. It takes the reader through the story of a woman in a relationship ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

D.E. Boone is the creator of most the original book of its kind, “Legs Talk: A Modern Girl's Dating Tale.” Boone's unique gift book is a 2009 IPPY award winner and a USA Book News Award finalist in the Gift category.Born and raised in Queens, New York, Boone is a frequent contributor to various online magazines, and has been featured in various periodicals. Boone often looks at why our field of dating is so bumpy. He writes about life's personal challenges with a blend of sincerity, candor and wit.

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