A hilarious twist on How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days about the last single woman in her friend group who meets “Mr. Right” at the “wrong” time. 

Happily Ever After is overrated. There I said it.

Call me a buzzkill but after watching all of my friends and roommates succumb to the love virus, I’ve decided to sit this one out. Which isn’t as easy as it sounds. If you’re looking for a ring, then all you attract are one-night stands. Girls who prefer to fly solo, you guessed it – we attract nothing but Mr. Will You Marry Me?

So I’ve been playing a little game to see just how far I can go before I send these guys running for the hills. Until I meet my match. No matter what I do, this guy just keeps showing up. Listening when I vent about work, remembering my fears and being annoyingly present when I don’t want to be alone. And all the crazy stuff I do doesn’t even faze him. In fact, I think he likes it.

Which is a problem when I find out that my Mr. Outrageous has the power to ruin my best friend’s career. So I’m taking the gloves off. It’s time for Operation: Get Rid of Mr. Perfect. If being crazy didn’t get rid of him maybe I have to try the scariest thing of all.

Being myself.

WARNING: This book contains depictions of flying phallic objects, a smart-mouthed heroine, a tiny dog who likes to lick her butt and everyone’s favorite little furry buddy, Edward.

Content Warnings: on page descriptions of parental neglect, emotional abuse, divorce, slut-shaming, cancer, anxiety, depression, billionaires,