Dating mating and extricating

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Janice admits to having made mistakes, even once waiting for TWO AND A HALF HOURS (gasp!) for her date (Charlie Sheen of all people) to show up. I didn't need to read this 3rd installment but I did because I like crazy Janice & I wanted to hear her input about men & dating.From first dates and old flames to primping, cheating, and sizing things up, Lesson #2: Wanna Get a Guy's Attention? Lesson #13: If He's Got His Eye on the Door, He's Already Halfway Through It Lesson #28: Don't Do Anyone You Might Regret Lesson #40: It's Okay to Want More, More, More Lesson #47: Don't Follow Trends -- Start Them From the unfettered hedonism of her modeling days -- spent in white-hot one night stands and steamy affairs -- to her crusade to find Mr.Right today and tomorrow, How arrived: checked out from library Why I picked it up: author���s lifestyle Expectations: high Stars: all five Hey, sometimes you have to go a little trashy.I was surprised to find out, however, that she is also pretty grounded.Despite the martini and wine on her cover, Dickinson has given up alcohol.

The second book (I'm perfect) she talks about herself, cosmetic surgeries and the modeling business and this last book is about how to treat men.Her discussion of her son���s graduation from high school is surprisingly touching.I���m not one hundred percent sure what the point of this book was. What I got out of it was more of a cold splash of self-esteem., bestselling author, and glam girl extra-ordinaire -- now brings her patented blend of hard-won romantic wisdom and diva chic to her first-ever dating guide.Loaded with uncensored dish on her romantic sagas -- and her stranger-than-fiction bedroom adventures -- , bestselling author, and glam girl extra-ordinaire -- now brings her patented blend of hard-won romantic wisdom and diva chic to her first-ever dating guide.

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