The Blonde Theory by Kristin Harmel

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Harper Roberts is a corporate attorney in Manhattan.She’s smart, attractive, and funny. So whycan’t she find a date? Men flock to her at parties whenthey think she’s a dumb blonde. But, as soon as theyrealise she’s a Harvard-educated lawyer, they flee.Harper’s best friend is a magazine editor whosuggests Harper go on assignment for a month as a 'dumb blonde' andsee if it changes her dating perspective. So, for two weeks, Harpergoes undercover. She changes her wardrobe, her conversation, her bodylanguage. The result is a series of comical encounters.Soon, Harper must take a good look in the mirror and realise thatit’s not just men who judge people on theirlooks.

About Kristin Harmel

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Kristin Harmel is the author of four previous women’s fiction novels, as well as two young adult novels. She also writes for People magazine, and her work has been featured in Glamour, Woman's Day, Men's Health, and Runner’s World, among many other media outlets. She lives in Orlando, Florida.
Published February 22, 2007 by 5 Spot. 304 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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According to the blonde theory, Harper should find more men to date if she downplays her achievements.

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