The good, the bad, and the dumped A novel
Book - 2021
Now, you would obviously never, ever look up your exes on Facebook. Nooo. And even if you did, you most certainly wouldn't run off trying to track them down, risking your job, family and happiness in the process. Posy Fairweather, on the other hand ... Posy is delighted when Matt proposes - on top of a mountain, in a gale, in full-on romantic mode. But a few days later disaster strikes: he backs out of the engagement. Crushed and humiliated, Posy starts thinking. Why has her love life alway...s ended in total disaster? Determined to discover how she got to this point, Posy resolves to get online and track down her exes. Can she learn from past mistakes? And what if she has let Mr Right slip through her fingers on the way?
- Romance fiction
New York, NY :
William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
- First U.S. edition
- Item Description
- "Originally published as The Good, the Bad, and the Dumped in the United Kingdom in 2010 by Sphere."--Title page verso.
- Physical Description
- 336 pages ; 21 cm
- Main Author
Posy Fairweather is thrilled when her boyfriend, personal trainer Matt, proposes; he's uncomplicated and she doesn't really mind that people think she could do better. Because she can't, as evident from her past failed relationships. Or can she? Soon, instead of planning her wedding, she's tracking down old boyfriends online, wondering if any of them are the one who got away. College boyfriend Chris lives on a houseboat off the Shetland Islands, and he wasn't a real contender even before she found out that his girlfriend, who also lives on the houseboat, is pregnant. Flashy banker Adam hasn't changed in the years since she dated him, and, actually, his perpetual man-child lifestyle is not that appealing. Then there's the one she can barely talk about, who she's most afraid to track down. But when Matt finds out what she's doing, she might lose him, too. This was originally published in the U.K. in 2010, which explains the reliance on Facebook as the guiding social-media forum, and it might be a little more citified than Colgan's current fans are used to. Still, The Good, the Bad, and the Dumped is a charmer in the Bridget Jones mold of a likably flawed woman learning to love herself before she can love someone else. Copyright 2021 Booklist Reviews.
After suffering a humiliating broken engagement, Posy tracks down all her exes online to ask them why all her romances have been train wrecks in the new novel from the best-selling author of 500 Miles from You. 25,000 first printing.Review by Publisher Summary 2
After suffering a humiliating broken engagement, Posy tracks down all her exes online to ask them why all her romances have been train wrecks in the new novel from the best-selling author of 500 Miles from You.Review by Publisher Summary 3
A laugh-out-loud novel about a woman determined to track down her exes in hopes of repairing her failing love life—from the New York Times bestselling author of 500 Miles from You.“I loved this book!”—Sophie KinsellaWe all look up our exes on-line…but should we? Posy Fairweather is over the moon when her boyfriend Matt proposes in what is probably the most romantic way possible—on top of a mountain, in a thunderstorm, like something from a Nicholas Sparks novel. But a few days later he dumps her. Crushed and humiliated, Posy wonders why all her romances have always been such train wrecks. Determined to gain some insight, Posy resolves to get online, track down her exes, and ask them. Which doors from Posy’s past should stay closed? Which might open? Can she learn from past mistakes? And what if she has let Mr. Right slip through her fingers along the way?