Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Review: The Day I Shot Cupid by Jennifer Love Hewitt

The Day I Shot Cupid by Jennifer Love Hewitt

Publisher: Voice 
Pages: 208 
Format: book 
Buy the Book: Amazon 

Goodreads:  Jennifer Love Hewitt is a self-proclaimed "love-aholic" and hopeless romantic (her middle name is Love, after all!). She has been lucky and unlucky in love, and lived to tell—and she's done it all in the spotlight. Much has been written about her love life—some true, most made up to sell magazines. Now Hewitt shares the real story of what she's learned navigating the dangerous dating waters.
In The Day I Shot Cupid, Hewitt offers her hard-won wisdom and tells us how to embrace love with both feet on the ground. First, we have to shoot Cupid. We have to believe that happily-ever-after is hard work—it's not all flowers and symphonies and floating hearts.

Kritters Thoughts:  Short, sweet and to the point.  This little book is chock full of tips, thoughts and ideas about dating and break ups.  As a young lady that is in a relationship, I even enjoyed the reminder to be a little mysterious and to appreciate the good guy that I have in my life.  

Jennifer Love Hewitt has been in the spotlight from a young age and so has her love life.  Through this book she allows the reader a little behind the scenes peek into how she approaches new relationships and endures the break up.  Even an ex (Jamie Kennedy) makes an appearance with a chapter on women's rear ends.  I loved the women empowerment and the message that we are complete people even if we aren't in relationships. 

If I didn't live with a boy, this would be the perfect book to put on the back of the toilet to encourage guests to pick up some relationship tips.  I would almost compare this to a modern day Rules book where women can go to for the basic tips that a woman should now before, during and after a relationship.

Rating:  absolutely loved it and want a sequel

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