Even the Blind Date Answer Guy, who knows all, sees all, can't hold a candle to Mr. Lodge when it comes to sports trivia—the guy knows everything. In fact, his sports expertise has even led him to appear on both ESPN and Fox Sports Net.
Author: Frank Thompson
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Category: Family & Relationships
Love watching car wrecks but don't want to be in one? Then you will love The Blind Date Guide to Dating. It's the book that covers everything you ever wanted to know about love, dating, and the hottest show on television today. The Making of Blind Date--Learn all about the show, from how to get on it to the editing process to the writing of all your favorite characters, such as Therapist Joe, Sarcastic Sid, Dr. Date, and Mr. Mean Sexiest Hot Tub Moments--Get a behind-the-scenes look at the favorite destination of all the crazy blind-daters, plus etiquette tips for when it's your turn. Hint: Make sure the bubbles are not your own What You Didn't See--Because the dates don't stop when the cameras turn off, we will show you the material that was just too hot for the networks. Hot Dating Tips--Great tips on how not to be as clueless but definitely have as much fun as the wild blind-daters. Therapist Joe--That's right, he is a real person, and in his special sections, he answers all the questions you wanted to know, and some that you didn't about relationships, from the one-night stand to tying the knot. The Best and Worst of Blind Date--From love connections to blind date meltdowns, all the crazy Blind Date moments that you can't look away from and can't believe happened.
Author: Brenda St John BrownPublish On: 2020-01-15
Victoria pops of lettuce into her mouth and chews for three seconds before saying, “Too bad The Bachelorette is trademarked.” “I'm going on a few blind dates, not looking for a husband.” To be fair, I was never looking for a husband, ...
Author: Brenda St John Brown
Publisher: Brenda St John Brown
A standalone enemies to lovers romantic comedy Dating? Lower than a bikini wax on my list of priorities. Blind dating? Let’s just say I’d rather have a Brazilian - and not the hot soccer-player variety. So the fact I’ve agreed to do a blind-date feature for Pink, the magazine I work for, and write it all up Bridget Jones style means one thing - Pink is in dire straits and this is my best shot at saving my job. Make that my only shot because date number one is with Jack Reese – the son of the publisher of Pink – and he dislikes me as much as I dislike him. Or at least I thought he did. KEYWORDS: Enemies to lovers romance, office romance, standalone novel, contemporary romance, blind date, romantic comedy
... affect her expectations from this blind date,which had been zero before she met him anyway. Sexual invitation simmered back at her. “I wonder if you will.” The BlindDate Bride Emma Darcy www.millsandboon.co.uk CHAPTER ONE A BLIND.
Author: Emma Darcy
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
It was passion at first sight... Catherine's blind date with Zack Freeman, a notoriously charming Australian tycoon, was the last thing she needed!
After all, if she had a financial analyst to go home to, she wouldn't be the kind of sad person who needed to be set up on blind dates by friends. Kate suppressed a sigh. Could things get any worse? 'It can be just as bad on the other ...
Author: Jessica Hart
Kate Savage has landed herself with the boss from hell—he may be gorgeous in a brooding sort of way, but he's on her case 24/7! Kate's friends try cheering her up by arranging for her to go on a blind date with an eligible widower. Only, when Kate arrives for her date she's horrified to discover that her mystery man is Finn McBride—her boss! Finn has a very interesting proposition for Kate—not only does he need a live-in nanny, he also wants her to pretend to be his fiancée…Kate's ready to take on a challenge—but she hasn't bargained on a blind-date proposal!
'I reckon you should forget about blind dates and concentrate on raising the cocktail drinking statistics for the Greater Brisbane Area.' Annie nodded miserably. It wasn't her style, but losing herself in an alcoholic fuzz ...
Author: Barbara Hannay
Dear Ask Auntie, The loneliness of the Outback is driving me crazy.I’m two hundred kilometers from the nearest nightclub,and it’s so hard to meet guys. The few dates I’ve hadhave been spectacularly forgettable, but now I’ve meta wonderfully warm, funny and clever man over theInternet and I’m in love. I want to dash off to the cityto meet him, but all my life I’ve been accused of beingtoo hasty and impulsive, so I’m seeking guidance.What do you advise? Marooned in Mirrabrook Annie McKinnon’s agony aunt says, "Go for it!"Find out what happens when she does…
“Now, we need to talk about the blind dates,” Bryn told them. “It won't do us any good to have our costumes if we don't have anyone to go with.” “How are we going to do this?” Emma asked. “I a plan.” Cassidy tore five sections, ...
Author: Melody Carlson
Category: Young Adult Fiction
The girls of the Dating Games club are at it again, setting each other up on five blind dates for the upcoming masquerade ball. Trouble is, some of the girls are wondering if the others can be trusted to deliver on their promises. In fact, there's a very real danger that this dating treat could turn out to be nothing but a nasty trick. Teens will be delighted to spend more time with Cassidy, Devon, Abby, Brynn, and Emma as they navigate the thrilling and awkward world of dating. As always, Melody Carlson subtly delivers great advice wrapped up tight in a package of fun and friendship.
'You know that man you set me up with...on the blind-date?' 'I thought you weren't dating him.' 'I'm not...well, not really...but we've become very close.' She took a deep breath and the words tumbled out when she released it.
Author: Fiona Harper
Dear Noah, It seems like just the other day that I met you on blinddatebrides.com. My daughter signed me up because she felt I'd sacrificed my life to bring her up alone. But you can still be forty and…flirty! I couldn't believe my luck when my blind date was a tall, dark, handsome stranger—yet you were that and so much more…. But now things have gone further and faster than I could have imagined because—well, we're pregnant! Noah—we need to talk. Love, Grace
WhatI could see were wrinkles that had become more defined overthe past year, the few extra pounds that were a parting gift from the Blind Date Diet (staples include lots of highfat ...
Author: Megan Carson
Megan Carson went on her first real date at age 27. Some might call her a late bloomer. Her first real relationship lasted about three months, and though Megan did not love Chris, she was heartbroken when they broke up. She grieved the loss of the relationship, but even more she grieved the loss of who she was in the relationship. She had never met "Megan the Girlfriend," and once she did, she really liked her--and when she was gone, she wanted her back! So what did Megan do? She joined a dating service. A Year of Blind Dates follows Megan's dating adventures in Southern California as she searches for Mr. Right, not just Mr. Right Now. As her "ideal guy" changes over time, the one thing that is never negotiable is her desire to find a man with a deep spiritual side. But can she have the "total package" without compromising her strong faith? Can Megan trust the dating service to deliver a man of God who will make her laugh and treat her well? This is the story of Megan's search for the man of her dreams, and the good, bad, and really, really bad dates along the way.
Before I met blind date number three, I had to go through what amounted to a theological interrogation. This blind date had been arranged by another friend from work. It took some prodding for me to say yes—I was a little gun-shy after ...
Author: Stephanie Rische
Eight setups. Eight awkward dates. Eight things God tried to teach her along the way. (Some of which she’s still trying to figure out.) Stephanie Rische was starting to feel invisible. All around her, her friends were getting married, and she found herself decidedly alone. Stephanie couldn’t help but wonder if there was something broken in her—was she not pretty enough? Not fun enough? Not dateable enough (whatever that meant)? So she started praying in earnest for God to bring the right man into her life. And instead, He brought her matchmakers. Eight of them, to be precise. Beloved blogger Stephanie Rische debuts with this charming, vulnerable, and (who are we kidding?) often mortifying true story of a girl who tried really hard to find someone to fall in love with—even when she mostly just ended up falling flat on her face. But amid the most cringeworthy setups and awkward encounters, Stephanie found God’s grace and love meeting her there in ways she never could have imagined—once she opened her eyes to see.