Getting Rid of Stupid by Lisa Lynn Ramos
Culprit of Their Depression

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"In a community where mujeres—women—are measured by the men they wed, Jeanette is a single Hispanic radio host who is defying the status quo. But her sister Ana has a different plan. Obsessed over finding Jeanette a man before she hits cuarenta—the big four-o—Ana lines up a blind date; suddenly, Jeanette’s guarded world is turned upside down.

For the past six years, Jeanette has dated enough losers to last a millennium, but after she meets Costa, she forgets what it is like to be lonely. As Jeanette finally lets herself experience security in the arms of a real macho man, her friend Santi is listening to her husband tell her he is leaving their marriage. Meanwhile, Nancy is embroiled in a clandestine relationship with her teacher and is the victim of his manipulative actions. As the friends each confront the unique issues that accompany their romantic relationships, they become immersed in a tapestry of deceptions that leads them on a path to discovering the truth not only about their lovers, but also themselves.

In this lighthearted and charming romance novel, three women learn that the journey to a fairytale ending is as unpredictable and complicated as love itself."
 

About Lisa Lynn Ramos

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Lisa Lynn Ramos was born in Massachusetts to a German musician and a Puerto Rican seamstress, and attributes her knowledge of her Hispanic heritage to her stepfather and mother. Her fiction and artwork has appeared in Presencia and Voices. She currently lives with her husband in Atlanta, Georgia. This is her first novel.
 
Published September 27, 2010 by iUniverse. 148 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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