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The Blonde Theory

Do gentlemen really prefer blondes?

Not according to Harper Roberts, the heroine of Kristin Harmel’s THE BLONDE THEORY.

THE BLONDE THEORY is the story of 35-year attorney Harper Roberts, who is smart, attractive and funny. So why can’t she find a date? Men flock to her because they assume she’s a dumb blonde. But as soon as they realize she’s a Harvard-educated attorney, they flee. Harper’s best friend is a magazine editor who suggests Harper go on assignment as a “dumb blonde” to see if it changes her dating perspective. So Harper goes undercover for two weeks. She changes her wardrobe, her conversation, her body language.

The result is a series of comical encounters. Soon, Harper must take a good look in the mirror and realize that it’s not just men who are doing the judging . . . A charmingly comical yet poignant tale of a successful corporate attorney who poses as a “dumb blonde” to try to improve her love life. Join Harper as she learns – the hard way — that while dumbing yourself down might increase the quantity of guys coming your way, it won’t necessarily increase the quality – and that at the end of the day, all you should aspire to be is yourself.

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With a smart heroine willing to date as a bona fide ditz, there are plenty of laugh-out-loud moments . . . The true joy comes when Harper drops the silly blonde act and gives the shallow men she meets a piece of her mind.

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London Free Press

Rush out and pick this one up. You’ll be glad you did. So entertaining, I wouldn’t be surprised if this one ends up on the big screen.