How to be alone : if you want to, and even if you don't /
"Lane Moore is a fool for love. From her addiction to romantic comedies to her tendency to form instant soulmate connections with strangers, Lane has a way of romanticizing everything and everyone. But her romantic nature belies a decidedly unromantic childhood, one that sent her down a long an...
|Main Author:||Moore, Lane,|
New York :
214 pages ; 22 cm
|Edition:||First Atria paperback edition.|
- Emergency contact left blank
- Please just be a good person so I can finally be someone who has friends
- Maybe someone else will love me and that will fix everything
- Now you get to be an adult, even though you were always an adult. Good luck!
- I've always relied on the kindness of strangers, but, like, in a sad way
- I liked dating you better in my head
- What if this is as good as it will ever get : settling and you!
- So your family dictates your romantic future? What a fun punishment!
- Babies babysitting babies
- Just a few notes for our new babysitter!
- Am I the last hopeless romantic on Earth?
- TV couples who made me believe love is supposed to be better than this
- Happy holidays to everyone but you, you lonely weirdo
- All this pain must be worth it because you're supposed to be my soul mate
- How to be alone.