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Getting to Third Date by Kelly McClymer
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Kearsten says: Katelyn agrees to be Mother Hubbard, advice columnist for her college’s newspaper, only to be close to her crush, editor Tyler. But when he challenges M.H. to ‘re’-date three boys from her past to test her two-date rule, she finds herself anonymously famous. Interesting concept, but the writing is NOT great, and, SPOILER!!! she doesn’t get the guy until the 2nd to last page! Grr! ( )
  59Square | Feb 17, 2009 |
Katelyn agrees to be Mother Hubbard, advice columnist for her college’s newspaper, only to be close to her crush, editor Tyler. But when he challenges M.H. to ‘re’-date three boys from her past to test her two-date rule, she finds herself anonymously famous. Interesting concept, but not so great writing, and she doesn’t get the guy until the 2nd to last page! Grr! ( )
  kayceel | Feb 12, 2009 |
This is part of the Simon Pulse Romantic Comedies Line, like the book by Friedman I read a few weeks back. This one was better, really. Still not the best, still pretty predictable, but better than the first one. This one is about finding love and dating from high school to college and how the more things change, the more they stay the same really. ( )
  chibimajo | Dec 4, 2006 |
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Could a forgotten cutie be Katelyn's newest catch?

Katelyn Spears is a firm believer in the two-date rule. First dates are so awkward; every guy deserves a second chance. But a third? Not unless he's got serious Romeo potential.

Enter Tyler. Tyler thinks Katelyn's rule is too harsh. He dares her to go back through her Little Pink Book and grant a third date to all the two-date duds. Oh, and she should report back to the whole school via her newspaper column. Standing by her policy (and determined to prove Tyler wrong), Katelyn makes a few phone calls. But will any of her old flames rekindle a romance?

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:09:29 -0400)

Katelyn accepts a challenge and tries to see if boys whom she dated twice each would be willing to date her a third time.

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