"wild humorous romantic fantasy"
Vic, creator and owner of Vic's Pretzels, believes the
curse has killed twenty-nine male relatives at the moment
they turn thirty-one forty six weeks four days six hours
three minutes and five seconds. No one including his
mathematical brilliant twin Quincy believes him even as
cousin Les becomes number thirty.
Justine is the keeper of the Goblet of Eternal Youth that
currently is called Mona the espresso machine. She has been
in this boring role for almost two centuries with her best
friend Theresa changed into a dragon. Both miss sex, but
would settle for a date, but who goes out with a dragon
while Justine cannot shirk her duty. Meanwhile her deceased
mom visits from purgatory to warn Justine that she will
face a test of her goodness. If she fails mom goes to hell
as the bride of Satan.
Vic realizes that the goblet and its guardian are nearby in
Manhattan. He soon traces it to Justine, who he believes he
must kill to lift the curse and save the lives of his
brother and him. However, he finds not only is he unable to
murder her, he wants to kiss her for eternity.
Fans of wild humorous romantic fantasy will enjoy the
madcap DATE ME, BABY, ONE MORE TIME. The story line
contains two protagonists who by nature of the curse are
enemies yet by nature of their respective hearts are soul
mates in love. Fans will appreciate the pretzel king
counting down his last week unless he beheads the guardian
and the guardian knowing she must behead any threat to the
Goblet. When they meet, sparks fly, but will heads follow.
Their dating woes seem inane when one considers the
possibilities between his twin and her friend (next time
Reviewed by Harriet Klausner
Posted May 25, 2006
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted January 24, 2007