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Published by Random House Publishing Group in London .
Written in English


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From the hugely popular Daily Mail columnist, a lively look at the life of a newly-single woman."Men sleep with girls who wear black knickers, then marry girls who sport white. And you don"t want him to marry you, do you?" asked Jess, fixing me with a stare. I didn"t dare admit that leaving Jamie hadn"t put me off marriage – if anything it had made me even more determined to get my next marriage and underwear combo right... And so begins Daisy Dooley Does Divorce - the hilarious and often heartbreakingly honest account of a late thirty-something"s life after divorce. For Daisy - the alter ego of bestselling author, journalist and columnist Anna Pasternak - her divorce is a blessing in disguise and, like Bridget Jones before her, she is now looking for true love.From the euphoria of escaping from her brief and disasterous marriage through failed love affairs, to a passionate fling with a younger man via the flirtatious clutches of her best friend"s husband, Daisy"s diary of the highs and lows of life as a divorcee is an irresistible take on dating and makes for compulsive reading.

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Open LibraryOL24287419M
ISBN 109781407022192, 9781407022321

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Synopsis For Daisy Dooley, the only thing worse than being 39 and single is being 39 and divorced. A self-professed self-help addict, Daisy leaves the marriage she thought would forever rescue her from the angst of will he or won't he call, coping with painful setups from well-meaning friends, and lonely Saturday nights, only to return to the painful--and painfully funny--world of dating. Daisy Dooley Does Divorce Anna Pasternak, Author. Grand Central/5 Spot $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. OTHER BOOKS Buy this book. Description. For Daisy Dooley, the only thing worse than being 39 and single is being 39 and divorced. A self-professed self-help addict, Daisy leaves the marriage she thought would forever rescue her from the angst of will he or won't he call, coping with painful setups from well-meaning friends, and lonely Saturday nights, only to return to the painful--and painfully funny--world of dating.   DAISY DOOLEY DOES DIVORCE by Reinventing herself as a self-help guru, she garners attention from book lovers and publishers as she helps London’s singles mend their hearts. Romantically, things start to look up when Daisy reconnects with Julius, her lifelong love.

‎ 'Men sleep with girls who wear black knickers, then marry girls who sport white. And you don't want him to marry you, do you?' asked Jess, fixing me with a stare. I didn't dare admit that leaving Jamie hadn't put me off marriage - if anything it had made me even more determined to get my next mar. Daisy Dooley is a character that you would want to have as your best friend. She is just fun and wacky. She is just as confused as the rest of us who do not want to admit we are confused. This is ironic, because she is a self-help addict. She is nearing her 40’s, divorced, without promise of a committed relationship, and childless. To Daisy, this is the epitome of failure. For Daisy Dooley, the only thing worse than being 39 and single is being 39 and divorced. A self-professed self-help addict, Daisy leaves the marriage she thought would forever rescue her from the angst of will he or won't he call, coping with painful setups from well-meaning friends, and lonely Sat. And lastly but most importantly, to my mother and to my daughter, Daisy. Together they have supported me, loved me, inspired me, and enabled me to follow my dream. I could not have written Daisy Dooley Does Divorce without their patience, humor, kindness, and help. Thank you both. PROLOGUE The PDD (Post-Divorce Date)4/5(32).