Meeting Mr. Wrong: The Romantic Misadventures of a Southern Belle

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First Books, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 150 pages
"Don't email me if you want a supermodel. I'm twenty-two,divorced, and I have twins. I'm also overweight, unattractive,and have no education to speak of. I'm prettymuch not going to bring anything to the table exceptthe fact that I'm pretty nice and won't ask you to paymy bills. Here's my email address. Don't email if you'refull of it."With this ad, Stephanie Snowe relaunches herself into the world of dating. In this real-life account, she discovers that the search for Mr. Right can include a lot of wrong turns. With light-hearted sass, Stephanie introduces us to each Tom, Dick, and Denny... and their neuroses, pets, mullets, lies, puking... A girl can get discouraged having to deal with dive-bombingbirds, first-date proposals, and eavesdropping mothers. Is there a knight in shining armor out there with a higher IQ than his horse? Stephanie hopes so.
 

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Stephanie Snowe was handed lemons and she's made it into lemonade, spiked lemonade, in this entertaining account of re-entering the dating world after her cheating husband left her while she was ... Read full review

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I don’t think I know any Southern Belles, but after reading this book I feel like maybe I’ve met one. It’s a delightfully crazy account of the dating game, related by a divorced mother of twins. And ... Read full review

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Body
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Back Matter
151
Back Cover
153
Spine
154
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About the author (2009)

Stephanie Snowe is the author behind the blog, Jason. For the love of God. In her spare time she does things like hold down a full-time job, parent her children, and pander endlessly to her dog Ginger. She also enjoys plotting elaborate revenge fantasies involving angry monkeys trapped in boxes, and preparing boxed dinners that she pretends are homemade.

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