30 Guys in 30 Days
Claudia Clarkson just cut the cord from her high school love-you-forever boyfriend. Sure, she misses Drew. But with so many eligibles on her new college campus, why study ancient history?
Problem is, Claudia's lived in la-la-loveland for so long that she's completely forgotten how to meet boys—and how to flirt.
Then her roommate proposes a solution: Meet one new guy every day for thirty days. Consider it "target practice" for when Mr. Perfect comes along. Claudia's game, but she definetely hasn't got game. In fact, Flirting 101 could be her toughest course to pass...
30 Guys in 30 days was a book I really enjoyed. Broke up with her boyfriend and her friends suggests to date around to find the right one. But then she falls for a boy before the 30 days is up. A girl dating 1 guy each day is kinda the reverse of what guys do. I thought it was funny and would recommend this to a lot of people.
Part of the Simon Romantic Comedies series, this books is just like the rest, I guess. It's funny to that extent, but there's nothing exceptional that stands out to me, or anything that I'll remember in 2 months time.
Claudia Clarkson, off to college, decides to cut ties with former boyfriend Drew. College offers so many more guy prospects, right? Why play it safe when you can have a little better?
Trouble is, when Claudia tries to date, she realizes her skills aren't so sharp. So, she takes up a plan proposed by her friend: to flirt with one guy a day for 30 days. Trouble ensues however, when the perfect guy does come along, and Claudia fails to notice.
Again, the usual . . .