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Not the Girl You Marry
Not the Girl You Marry | Andie J. Christopher
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Jack Nolan is a gentleman, a journalist, and a would-be investigative reporter. Due to a combination of good looks and lucky (or unlucky?) breaks, he's become the how-to guy for a buzzy, internet media company instead of covering hard-hitting politics. Fed up with his fluffy job and the app-based dating scene as well, he reluctantly agrees to write an article on how to lose a girl in two weeks. Easier said than done when the subject of his experiment is Hannah Mayfield, and he's not sure he wants to lose her... Hannah is an extremely successful event planner who's focused on climbing the career ladder. Her firm is one of the most prestigious in the city, and she's determined to secure her next promotion. She's made a name for herself as the go-to Girl Friday for any event that's likely to get raucous. But the somewhat prickly Hannah has a bit of an image problem: she needs to prove to her boss that she has range, including dreaded, romantic wedding receptions, if she wants a corner office. When she meets Jack, he seems like the perfect man to test her romance knowledge on. Little does she know, he also has an ulterior motive.
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sebrittain
Not the Girl You Marry | Andie J. Christopher
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5/5

How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days is one of my favorite rom-coms, so I wasn't surprised to love this book. It's a great, modern retelling of the story.

I loved all the characters and thought there was a lot of potential for sequels about the side characters, that I would love to read.

#netgalley #romantsy

xxDragonfly I love that film, intrigued about this book now! Thanks for the review, this book is going on my wish list 🤗 2w
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danimgill
Not the Girl You Marry | Andie J. Christopher
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Mehso-so

This book is a present-day gender-flipped How To Lose a Guy in Ten Days and... that‘s pretty much it. While it did add a new diversity element of Hannah being biracial and dealing with people who judge her for that, this didn‘t feel that much more modern or fresh to me than the movie.

Publication date November 15 🥃