Getting to Third Date

  • Title: Getting to Third Date
  • Author: Kelly McClymer
  • ISBN: 9781416914792
  • Page: 364
  • Format: Paperback
  • Getting to Third Date Could a forgotten cutie be Katelyn s newest catch Katelyn Spears is a firm believer in the two date rule First dates are so awkward every guy deserves a second chance But a third Not unless he s got s
    Could a forgotten cutie be Katelyn s newest catch Katelyn Spears is a firm believer in the two date rule First dates are so awkward every guy deserves a second chance But a third Not unless he s got serious Romeo potential Enter Tyler Tyler thinks Katelyn s rule is too harsh He dares her to go back through her Little Pink Book and grant a third date to all theCould a forgotten cutie be Katelyn s newest catch Katelyn Spears is a firm believer in the two date rule First dates are so awkward every guy deserves a second chance But a third Not unless he s got serious Romeo potential Enter Tyler Tyler thinks Katelyn s rule is too harsh He dares her to go back through her Little Pink Book and grant a third date to all the two date duds Oh, and she should report back to the whole school via her newspaper column Standing by her policy and determined to prove Tyler wrong , Katelyn makes a few phone calls But will any of her old flames rekindle a romance

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    About Kelly McClymer


    1. USA Today bestselling author Kelly McClymer writes fairytale inspired romances set in Victorian England although a few characters escape to the United States , fairytale fantasy, and mom inspired mystery.Kelly shares her characters family values she grew up with three younger sisters and has successfully raised three children of her own She enjoys spending time with her grandchildren.Kelly s first published writing was for her high school newspaper and she s been writing fiction in many forms ever since While she explores many genres including historical romance, mystery, young adult, and fantasy, her stories share common themes developing inner strength, the power of love in all it s forms, triumph of good over evil, and the strength of family connection.


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    1. Katelyn writes the relationship advise column for her college paper. Her advise is somewhat harsh and overly practical. She has a history of having crushes on guys who see her as a best friend. She hides her feeling from them pretty well and so she is very pessimistic about relationships working. She has a dating philosophy which allows for two dates to test things and no third dates for those deemed unworthy. She has a little pink book where she has a code to rate her dates. All of this doesn't [...]

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    2. The relationships between characters in this book were all over the place. Overall it was a cute fast read, but the story could have been written better. Some parts moved super slow and dragged on and others went so fast and had the characters making drastic changes that just didn't seem realistic.

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    3. This book had its moments! Pretty predictable, but still enjoyable. These books, the “romantic comedies” from Simon pulse remind me of being in high school and fed my hopeless romantic ways, so it’s fun to revisit them from time to time. Also, a great quick read for my reading goal!

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    4. Not sure why anyone would care so much about some random person's love life. Both hero and heroine were equally annoying (Katelyn's judgmental ways and how easily she caved to Tyler, who was a complete unethical douchebag, did not endear her) and the love rivals were clumsily paired off. Ugh.

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    5. College freshman Katelyn Spears may have bitten off more than she can chew. Tyler, the school newspaper editor, convinced her to accept a position writing the dating advice column under the pseudonym Mother Hubbard. Katelyn's old-fashioned dating advice causes uproar across the campus, and Tyler challenges Katelyn to break her own dating rules--which are that (almost) every guy deserves a second date, but only someone with serious potential gets a third date. So Katelyn has to give guys she's wr [...]

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    6. I thought this book was hilarious and a great read. The first-person perspective is well written with a great grasp of an eighteen-year-old's mind. Katelyn is a very logical character with good morals and a healthy fear of a broken heart - which she sometimes confuses. Her frankness and sarcasm had me laughing the whole time. Good side characters who really made you feel like you were back in the dorms at college again. Sweet story too. Tyler is a fun character and I enjoyed watching him through [...]

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    7. I read the whole book just to see if Tyler and Katelyn would get together. I was really not into the book from the very beginning. There was no real drama going on, only this dating trial. There was no epic plot that made me get interested in this book. I only got slightly interested when Stephen came into the picture, and it wasn't by a lot. All I can say about this book is that I feel I wasted my time reading this one and should have picked another book to read. For all the people that love dr [...]

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    8. Katelyn has a secret everyone on campus is dying to find out. She is the mysterious Mother Hubbard - the advice columnist for the school paper. Her advice is no-nonsense, but angers many students for being too unforgiving.So now Katelyn, aka Mother Hubbard, must break her own two-date rule, and give the men in her life another chance. Is she wrong? Can she find Mr. Right in a sea of Mr. Wrongs?A cute romance about not giving up on people too soon. Characters are touching and amusing.

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    9. A teen chick-lit story about a freshman in college who gets roped into writing for her college's newspaper--as the romance advice guru. She comes across as harsh because she, personally, hasn't ever made it to three dates with a guy. Her editor (and best friend) shakes things up by challenging her to go for the third date with three different guys, to give them another chance. Surprises are waiting around every corner Content: a handful of swearing, some talk of drinking and making out, but no d [...]

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    10. A great escapist read, Getting to Third Date, by Kelly McClymer, will have you nodding your head in agreement, and/or shaking your head in confusion on every page. Katelyn is a freshman in college with a highly visible extracurricular activity: dispensing advise to the lovelorn -- as "Mother Hubbard" – for the college newspaper. Most of the campus thinks she's an old biddy, but the editor (Katelyn's crush) loves the controversy. Mother Hubbard is challenged by the student body -- and her crush [...]

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    11. To me this book is kind of weird because the story is very unrealistic. So the main character is a girl name Katelyn and she always had a cruch on tis boy name Tyler but he is a very odd person because he always believe in giving boys another chance had teh second date gone wrong. However, Katelyn doesn't believe so so they had like a bet and she figured out that a third date is necessary before really puching a boy down.Basically what happens is that boteh protagonist's girlfriend and boyfriend [...]

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    12. I had high hopes but was disappointed. For Katelyn all of her major crushes in her life have always considered her a friend. I think the book could have been better if Tyler had actually liked her earlier and not from Katelyn's view to be drooling over Sophia the entire book until the last few pages where wala they are now together. If Tyler would have been the anynomous writer and not someone else it could have been better. In the story when they finally became a couple it seemed to not really [...]

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    13. I really do love this book. I definitely feel like I can relate to Katelyn. I often find myself wishing that things in the world of dating were clearer than they are. I also love the role that journalism plays, being interested in journalism myself. This is a great romantic comedy to curl up with and I highly recommend it, regardless of whether or not you're having trouble getting to the third date.

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    14. A cute little novel looking at college romance and one girl's decision to not get too deep. I appreciate the concept, but it felt like the book actually advocated putting of your goals and settling I mean the end was nicely wrapped up with the girl getting the boy but what is so wrong with not dating seriously and focusing on your studies/career instead? I really had trouble with the mixed message that I ended up with.

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    15. Simon Pulse Romantic Comedies are always a fun read. These books are not necessarily the best written novels but the stories are always fun and you know you will get a happy ending. I think some adult romances could take a note from these books b/c they are characterized well which is much of the battle in writing any novel since you want your characters, for the most part, to be endearing and relatable.

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    16. I kind of felt like this book was McClymer trying too hard to be funny and original. It was an okay read, but it took me about a month to get through it because it just wasn't gripping or funny or exciting at all--just kind of there. Granted, there were a few good one-liners, but on the whole, it wasn't anything to shout about. Neither really good nor really bad. Just there.

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    17. This is part of the Simon Pulse Romantic Comedies Line, like the book by Friedman I read a few weeks back. This one was better, really. Still not the best, still pretty predictable, but better than the first one. This one is about finding love and dating from high school to college and how the more things change, the more they stay the same really.

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    18. Kelly McClymer takes you on an interesting ride in Getting to Third Date, some things Katelyn does or says will have you confused as can be and some things you will agree with Katelyn onI think this is a great read if you just want to lose yourself in a romantic comedy about a girl who finally learns to step out of her shell and finally learn to not judge right away Happy Reading :D

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    19. The way that Kelly writes is enough to catch my attention. It draws you in and won't let you stop reading the book until you are finished with the book. The story line is compelling, even if it is a little sterotypical.

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    20. This book was good but it was a bit boring in some parts. I liked some parts but overall it wasn't that great. The details were good, the descriptions of the characters were good it's just the storyline that needed a little working on.

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    21. Um.what? So, first off, where was the plot? Second, It was confusing. I totally didn't understand the ending. Like really, how are we suppose to know that "I blinked first." Is a love proclamation? Sigh. I was expecting a great book, but was really disappointed.

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    22. The story was okay but it was a little weird reading about someone away at college. I commuted so I lived home when I read this book. I felt like I related better with high school books than someone who wasn't living at home like in this book

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    23. Great little book to have a quick read. I bought this book for 25 cents so I really enjoyed. Although the plot was predictable and didn't leave me with suspense, it was still a pleasure to read and take my mind off stress.

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    24. This is a cute easy read.

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    25. Romance over all it was pretty good.

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    26. this was an okay book. I liked it, but it deffinetly isn't my favorite Simon Pulse.

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    27. I didn't really understand this story very well (maybe it's because I'm too young).

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    28. Cute, but I don't have much else to say about it, good or bad. Interpret that how you will. A good take-a-break book when the non-fiction I'm working gets a little tiring.

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    29. hi bii neva finished iz brin lolz

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    30. Trite. Predictable. Formulatic. The book is oddly engaging in an annoying sort of way, but you don't really end up caring for any of the characters by the end of this not-at-all realistic story.

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