Tabloid Love by Bridget Harrison
Looking for Mr. Right in All the Wrong Places, A Memoir

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Dubbed one of the summer’s hottest beach reads by People, Glamour, Cosmo, and the Weekend “Today” show, Tabloid Love introduces Bridget Harrison, an almost thirty-year-old Brit and rookie reporter for the New York Post. While her London friends begin to marry, Bridget chases her dream of becoming a hard-news journalist. But just as she perfects the art of interviewing strangers about ghoulish crimes, she discovers that finding a mate seems impossible in the ultimate singles city. Then Bridget lands her very own Post dating column, and half a million New Yorkers read about her weekly romantic disasters. Whether covering celebrity parties in the Hamptons or struggling to hide her inter-office crush, Bridget retains such humor and humility “you’ll not only root for her, you’ll wish she were your best friend.” (Harper’s Bazaar)

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ColumnistBridget Harrisonhas written for theNew York Post, theLondon Observer, and theTimesandSunday Timesof London. She lives in New York City and London.
Published April 2, 2007 by Da Capo Press. 392 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Political & Social Sciences, Romance, Parenting & Relationships, Self Help. Non-fiction

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She wrestled with the question of how often to call a guy she liked, whether or not to snog in the first five minutes of a date and whether Banana Republic’s stretchy couture was “subtle-yet-sexy” or “way too tacky for a first date.” Meanwhile, she was carrying a torch for her boss, Jack.

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(Note to writers: Journalistic lovebirds lost their sizzle when Superman made an honest woman out of Lois Lane.)Because Harrison wrote a Post column about dating in New York, this tell-all clearly is supposed to read as though it were ripped from the Sex and the City diaries of a real-life Carrie...

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Girl leaves London for New York and eventually loses boy, but covers news stories about baby muggings, amorphous blobs in ponds, the odd decapitation and the scary singles scene.

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