In 1980, before Facebook and texting and Twitter, if you wanted to date a beautiful girl you had to call her. And the only thing more scary than the prospect of her saying no, was the prospect of her saying yes.
“Pretty, Funny and Evil,” is told from Gary’s point of view, and is a sort-of sequel to “A Girl’s Guide to Keeping Her Pants On” which is told from Carol’s point of view.
They’re both standalone books and don’t have to be read in any order.
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About the Author
Stephen Robb is an editor who lives in Philadelphia with his wife and two unruly monkeys.