The Blonde TheoryeBook - 2007
Do gentlemen really prefer blondes? Not according to Harper Roberts. Harper is the youngest attorney in her firm to make partner and, at thirty-five, the oldest one to remain unmarried. It seems the more successful she gets, the faster men run for the door. What to do? Apply her very expensive law school education to the problem, of course! Precept #1: Harper is blonde. Harper is smart. Harper is successful. Harper is not having fun. Therefore, it's not really true that blondes have more fun, because right now she's really being kinda cranky. Precept #2: If Harper were ... say ... an NBA dancer instead of a partner at a prestigious New York firm, would she be on a date right now? Survey says: Yes! Precept #3: There is only one way to prove Precepts #1 and #2: Send Harper out into the world acting a lot dumber than she is. Luckily, she comes by the blonde naturally. Thank you, Universe, for your assistance in this matter. Precept #4: Harper has just informed us that we are misusing the word "precept." Which means we have a lot of work to do.
Publisher: New York : 5 Spot, 2007.
Edition: 1st ed.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (viii, 290 pages)