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Women's Fiction
  • Author:
    Heather Wardell
  • ISBN:
    1452893209
  • ISBN13:
    978-1452893204
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  • Publisher:
    CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (June 28, 2010)
  • Pages:
    276 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Women's Fiction
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  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    813
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Seven Exes Are Eight Too Many. d Andrea is devastated when her boyfriend of fourteen years leaves her for a woman he calls Andrea's opposite. Determined to get him back, Andrea changes everything in her life. she'll be her opposite in no time.

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Can't even imagine showing up and finding out you are on a reality show like Survivor but with 8 of your Ex-Boyfriends. So much of this book rang true to anyone's life - Reasons you broke up; finding out that your ex is married; having one discuss your sex life; seeing the things in them that you hated/loved showing up on camera. I enjoyed getting to know the characters (even those I hated). If that's not bad enough, the entire thing is on TV. While I don't think many of us single women have seven exes that are all as physically gorgeous as the men in this story, I do think the attributes these men have are common.

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Book in the Seven Exes Series). The fiercely private Madeleine-Cora Spencer is the last person who should be on a reality TV show, but when she's shunned by a friend's new wife because "you can't trust desperate single women" her pain and humiliation drive her straight to the "Find Your Prince" dating show's web site. Armed with date-appropriate clothes and a detailed game.

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The fiercely private Madeleine-Cora Spencer is the last person who should be on a reality TV show, but when she's shunned by a friend's new wife because "you can't trust desperate single women" her pain and humiliation drive her straight to the "Find Your Prince" dating show's web site. Armed with date-appropriate clothes and a detailed game plan she arrives to meet her potential loves, only to be dumped... on a remote island with seven ex-boyfriends.Seven exes! Could this be any worse?

Meri
While this was a cute, easy read, this felt very artificial and formulated at points. Though I enjoy the occasional reality romance show, this had me rolling my eyes quite often.

The premise of the reality show is that MC and seven of her ex-boyfriends are competing against an eighth ex, Kent, and seven of his ex-girlfriends for one million dollars that will be awarded in an unknown fashion. How the producers lured these people away from their careers and lives for 21 days seems illegal and manipulative, but I suspended my disbelief for the sake of the story.

I had trouble distinguishing a lot of the men from each other. While we were told how they acted and responded, Aaron was probably the only one who I could have recognised based on speech. Kent's seven exes, on the other hand, consisted of Summer and six other girls who were all robots.

The competitions themselves weren't very exciting to read about. I learned that monkey brains might taste like tofu, but I didn't feel repulsed by this. There was no tension as teams were racing head to head. I didn't get nervous for anyone.

Why MC dumped Kent to begin with makes no sense to me, to him, or to her friends, but it's obvious from the beginning that the producers think there's something left there. Needless to say, this story was predictable .

I found no reason to like MC. I found no reason to dislike her either, but I found her pretty boring. So she puts up walls and doesn't let people in easily. That describes half the heroines of romance novels out there. i don't see why this made her so intriguing or special.

Of course, at the end three couples had formed out of the group, the money was able to be split evenly without any lawsuits, and the producers got a dramatic television show.

This definitely killed time, but I won't be reading it again.

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Nikohn
This book is hilarious! It’s Survivor meets The Bachelorette and is more amusing than you’d think possible. It also has some serious, and valid, points about looking at your past choices and evaluating them and yourself, but that’s nicely buried under the entertainment.

One the best things about this book, beside the continual LOL moments, are the characters. There are quite a few of them, but they are all nicely developed. I never mixed up any of the exes, and MC herself is quite the bundle. Everyone’s dialogue and actions were portrayed realistically and believably, even if they weren’t all likable. Don’t worry, most of them were though.

The whole idea of being dumped on a deserted island with all your exes is very scary, mainly because it involves taking a good look at the past choices you’ve made. How many people really do that? I found myself wondering how I’d react in such a situation, and beyond the obvious shudders, it made me think a bit about myself. That is exactly what MC does in the story, but it’s definitely more entertaining to read about someone else doing that than to do it yourself.

If you haven’t read this yet, I’d highly suggest it. This book will make a great beach read, and you’ll certainly appreciate being able to go inside and have a shower and a meal after you finish. Once you stop laughing, of course.
Ynap
M.C. is a woman dumped on an island with seven of her ex boyfriends...or is it eight? If that's not bad enough, the entire thing is on TV. While I don't think many of us single women have seven exes that are all as physically gorgeous as the men in this story, I do think the attributes these men have are common. Also, M.C. has to live in a crude hand built dwelling and spend nearly a month with all her ex boyfriends. It's a contest, a mix of Survivor and The Bachelorette. Brilliant idea, actually, and one I'm surprised hasn't been done on TV before. If Hollywood likes the idea, they can just use this book to get them started. Heather Wardell describes everything so perfectly, they would only have to implement her ideas and find willing participants. While I would never consider it, I'm sure many would.

As to the story. I'm not giving anything away. While M.C. and her ex boyfriends go through the conditions and different contests, they all talk. The #1 and best thing about this book is that it is absolutely, without a doubt, HILARIOUS! I have not laughed this much in ages! Imagine being stranded on an island with your exes, having to work with them to survive and win contests! Even if you're a man, I think maybe there could be some humor in this experience. For any woman, it's a trying experience to say the least! LOL I can't stress enough how funny this is! Yes, there are parts that make me cringe and one part that made my cry. Overall, though, I was laughing so hard! The author convinced me at the first sentence that this could be real, that maybe she lived it, that these characters could be so many different men....Yes, her writing is that great. Funniest book I've read this year, by far!

The characters are all so realistic! Yes, there are even one or two men that are awful. I'm impressed Heather Wardell included a man or two that no woman will like. After all, I'm sure most every woman has an ex that made her ask "why did I ever date him?!" As for M.C. I love her. M.C. is healthy, beautiful, strong, intelligent, private, and mature. She's endearing and I couldn't help but root for her.

The ending? Good, yet could have been better. I do understand the ending is in keeping with the character M.C. is, though.