Drinking and Dating: P.S. Social Media Is Ruining Romance

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Brandi Glanville

Narrated By: Brandi Glanville

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers

Date: February 2014

Duration: 5 hours 8 minutes

Summary:

Feisty, funny, and almost fabulous: A relationship guide and collection of outrageous dating mishaps from the unfiltered and often inappropriate Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star. Welcome to Drinking and Dating . . . and how social media is ruining us all.
In this honest, hilarious, and wild tell-all, reality TV starlet and number one New York Times bestselling author Brandi Glanville chronicles her misadventures stumbling through today's dating world. From felons to social media blunders and bedroom esca-pades, Brandi withholds nothing as she writes about the perils of getting back . . . on her back.
Despite Brandi's life in the public spotlight, she has the same difficulty meeting, trusting, and even dating new people as the rest of us—perhaps even more. She hopes to develop a lasting, loving relationship, but it's been a struggle. With her signature tell-it-like-it-is voice, the single mother of two brings you along on her journey as the controversial but charming former fashion model shows her all-too-human side, candidly sharing the humorous and unforeseen ups and downs—literally and figuratively—in her search for love.
Brandi Glanville is surprising, vulnerable, and outspoken, and her take on dating after heartbreak—and life in general—is as unique as she is. Just like Brandi herself, Drinking and Dating is sexy, funny, and eyebrow-raising—not that she can raise hers. #Botox.

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  • Sherri Holland

    Book was funny...but the constant hash tag was annoying... She seems very shallow and materialistic

  • Sara Buchan

    Disgusting person disgusting book, not much else can be said

  • Lawrence Ross III

    The excessive hash tagging and shallow nature of this women causes me an aneurysm. Her book is a prime example of how "social media is ruining everything".

  • Robert Oshrin

    Really enjoyed hearing about her life in her words in her voice was it a literary work of art no it was exactly what I needed to make me smile good work Brandon