What's your Number?

What's your Number?

A Novel

eBook - 2011
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"When Delilah Darling reads a survey revealing that most people have 10.5 sexual partners in their lifetime, she begins to feel like a tramp. She's slept with nineteen men so far -- almost twice the national average. During a self-help moment, she vows to cap her "number" at twenty, swearing she'll save her last spot for the right guy. But after losing her job and having a wild night on the town, she falls in bed with Mr. Wrong. Unwilling to up her number, but also unable to imagine a life of celibacy, Delilah does the only thing a girl in her situation can do: she tracks down every man she's ever slept with in a last-ditch effort to make it work with one of them. A hilarious romp through Delilah's past loves, What's Your Number? shines a spotlight on every woman's dirty little secret and proves that, when it comes to matters of the heart, sometimes numbers tell only a fraction of the story"--P. [4] of cover.
Publisher: New York : Harper, [2011], c2006.
ISBN: 9780062128546
006212854X
Characteristics: 1 online resource (352 p.) : ill., maps.
Alternative Title: What is your number?
Summary: "When Delilah Darling reads a survey revealing that most people have 10.5 sexual partners in their lifetime, she begins to feel like a tramp. She's slept with nineteen men so far -- almost twice the national average. During a self-help moment, she vows to cap her "number" at twenty, swearing she'll save her last spot for the right guy. But after losing her job and having a wild night on the town, she falls in bed with Mr. Wrong. Unwilling to up her number, but also unable to imagine a life of celibacy, Delilah does the only thing a girl in her situation can do: she tracks down every man she's ever slept with in a last-ditch effort to make it work with one of them. A hilarious romp through Delilah's past loves, What's Your Number? shines a spotlight on every woman's dirty little secret and proves that, when it comes to matters of the heart, sometimes numbers tell only a fraction of the story"--P. [4] of cover.

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romanets May 10, 2013

Felt plot was contrived. Details did feel right. Her ex boyfriends were not believable. Relied too much on coincidence and the need to suspend disbelief.

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