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A highly amusing page-turning tale of a serial womaniser mystified as to how he is suddenly girlfriendless. His best friend discovers that some 47 of his exes are slating him on a mysterious website! Time to seek them out and apologise … which is not an easy task. There is a change of roles towards the end and a fun finish to an excellent read. He really is very good at exposing the male psyche. I love him. For a bit of extra fun check out the website below and contribute your disaster stories. We all have at least one!
Despite his new-found fame on ITV 5's latest soap, womaniser Dan Davis is failing to score with the ladies. Every time. And he can't understand why.
All is revealed when Dan and his friend Ed Middleton come across a mysterious website - slateyourdate.com - where women rate their experiences of their exes, and where Dan is shocked to learn that long after he's given them one, his ex-girlfriends are giving him one - one out of ten, that is.
Faced with the prospect of a lifetime of singledom, Dan needs to crack the code of a website that's strictly women only to find out where he's been going wrong. Then he must track down his many exes in order to put things right.
Along the way, Dan discovers he has much to learn about himself. Particularly when he meets up again with Polly - and realizes he wants her back. Can Dan convince his former love he's changed? Can Ed convince Dan he needs to change in the first place? Can the two friends use their new-found knowledge to help other men in the same boat?
Publication date: 06/10/2008
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
|Publication date:||6th October 2008|
|Publisher:||Simon & Schuster|
|Genres:||eBook Favourites, Relationship Stories,|
Born in Margate in 1966, Matt Dunn now lives in London. He's worked as a professional lifeguard, fitness-equipment salesman and, most recently, an IT headhunter, where his skill in re-writing CVs made him think he might have a talent for fiction.More About Matt Dunn