Friday, March 12, 2010


Rhonda Stapleton's newest release came out this week. Do you have yours? Do you want one? Details below on how to win your own.

Felicity is a total romantic. That's why she follows her heart—not the rules—in her job as a cupid. But when Felicity turns her matchmaking magic on her best friend, Andy, it's Andy who breaks their golden rule: friends always come first. Andy is so wrapped up in her new guy that she's ditching everyone else. How can Felicity stop her BFF from letting a BF come between them?

Meanwhile, Felicity decides to get over her crush on Derek by setting him up with someone else—but in her impulsive haste, she accidentally matches him with the whole school, and now everyone is in love with him. The entire student body is headed toward heartbreak, just weeks before prom. Does Felicity have what it takes to make everyone's heart happy...including her own?




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Tell us your best flirty move in the comments below. You have through Sunday the 14th, winner announced Monday. Good luck!


  1. Well, the flirty move that got my husband interested in me was more of a wardrobe thing than a maneuver. When we worked in the same office, I used to wear these killer knee-high, black leather boots with skirts. The first time he saw me in those puppies, I think he about had a coronary. :) Ten years and three kids later, I'm still rocking those bad boys out!

  2. Oooooooh what a fun contest idea--THANKS!! :D

  3. Boots are a def. flirty move. I don't know why they are so sexy (except for the fur Uggs, those are not).

  4. I have three copies. LMAO

  5. Flirty? The bend and snap. I kid, I kid. My best flirty move was always sports-oriented. I'd tease a guy about some move of his, and them tell him I could teach him how to do it better. I'd wink and walk away, and usually, I'd get followed and asked out on at least one date. I actually met a lot of my boyfriends like that.

  6. My best flirty move is to make eye contact, then stop looking, them make eye contact again until he noticed and couldn't stop looking back.

  7. Alright I'm going book-flirty here. The best is when you're reading a book, all alone, looking cute and you notice this guy looking at you. So of course you surreptitiously peer at him over your book, willing him to come over. And when he does make sure after he asks you what you're reading, how it is, etc.. to ask him what he's reading..

    Yes, I'm a book dork. Oh and funny enough - always approached more when the cover is something interesting (and not in that trashy romantic way ;). Yes, I'm a book dork and forever will be one. I met my husband in my college's library.