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Jennifer, 31, looked stunning in a short black dress and a pair of interesting high heels which had a gold zip up the front. 'My dating life has been written about really since I was 15.
And she said she was fully aware of the irony of releasing a dating book as her own love-life becomes non-existent. So this book is my way of saying, "No, this is who I am and this is what I’ve really thought about that, and these are the things that I’ve done that maybe you didn’t read about".' A couple of days earlier, Jennifer visited New York as part of her tour, and signed books at the Wall Street branch of Borders, looking foxy in a pair of tight leather trousers.
Now Jennifer Love Hewitt stars in The Ghost Whisperer on CBS as Melinda Gordon, a woman who communicates with ghosts.
She also has written a book, The Day I Shot Cupid: Hello, My Name Is Jennifer Love Hewitt and I'm a Love-aholic (Voice, .99, on sale today).
Funny, quirky, and empowering, The Day I Shot Cupid deserves a place on every woman's nightstand, bookshelf, or coffee table, or tucked inside her oversized designer handbag.
(Kennedy plays a professor who can hear but not see ghosts.) A: It's fine. I was trying to say that this book is me being willing enough to be vulnerable — that if I was in a meeting for people who wanted to fall in love, I would probably be the one to stand up and go, "I'm Jennifer Love Hewitt and I'm a love-aholic." Q: But you are an eternal optimist about true love? Include name, phone number, city and state for verification. You share in the USA TODAY community, so please keep your comments smart and civil.
For any woman who has ever bought a self-help book and wondered why she bothered (P. Now that I know he's just not that into me, where do I go from there? Jennifer Love Hewitt is a self-proclaimed "love-aholic" and hopeless romantic (her middle name is Love, after all! She has been lucky and unlucky in love, and lived to tell about it---and she's done it all in the spotlight.
Much has been written about her love life---some true, most made up to sell magazines.
It is a hot seller on Amazon, but I had a tough time finding it in my local Barnes and Noble, where Chelsea Handler's new acid-tongued comic memoir — — was prominently displayed. I'm pretty sure I lack the special robo-chip necessary for fantasizing/caring about having the wedding of my dreams.
(My only vice: the dress; when I get married, it has to be perfect).
” Allow me to translate: Would women be more successful in love if they acted like A) the controlling boss, B) the nurturing damsel-in-distress or C) both? Says Hewitt: “Be strong, have personal power — good God, roar if you have to!