- Reading level: Young Adult
- Mass Market Paperback: 304 pages
- Publisher: Simon Pulse (May 31, 2005)
Practice makes not-quite-perfect
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...
Claudia was headed off to college and decided she needed to find herself while away. She figured if she has a boyfriend that she has been with for over 4 yrs she won't be able to figure out what she wants and who he is. You really had the idea of what Claudia's character was like. You also could easily fall in love with Gabe. The idea of the plot was great but the execution of it not so much. I really felt the ending lacked. I didn't quite know how it ended like it did. The ex-boyfriend you really felt for. I never felt there was a reason why they should have broken up. So I will take the good with the bad. 30 Guys in 30 days was a light and fun read. I recommend this for car reads & office wait reads. I liked that the book was small enough to stuff in my purse. It's quick and easy read.
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