Mar 22 2011 8:05am

For The Love Of . . . A Hideous Break-Up?

Renee Zellweger


Perhaps you've heard that never-confirmed-as-a-couple Renee Zellweger and Bradley Cooper have split up; rather than holing up in her apartment devouring pecan sandies and watching Jason Statham action flicks (just saying), she's been spotted out and about looking radiant and holding what one tabloid calls “a romance novel.”

That's a romance novel like Old Navy is haute couture; what would you suggest Renee read if she wants to hunker down with a real romance novel?

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1. ksb36
Poor Renee. She sure is unlucky in love.
Megan Frampton
2. MFrampton
I just thought of this, but--if Renee has such poor choices in men, perhaps she should read something that will show her a happy ending is possible, no matter how rotten her man-choice is. Perhaps Zsadist's story in the Black Dagger Brotherhood? He's certainly a whole lot more trouble than Bradley could ever possibly be, and even more menacingly dangerous than White Stripes' Jack White. Go on, girl!
Donna Cummings
3. Donna Cummings
Sounds like the tabloid should get a romance TBR pile, so they can recognize one when they see one. LOL (It might help with credibility too!)

I was going to suggest a chick lit/romantic comedy type thing for Renee -- something to make her laugh -- but maybe it might be considered too work-related?
5. bungluna
"Bet Me" by Jennifer Crusie.
Keira Soleore
6. KeiraSoleore
I had to laugh over this: "That's a romance novel like Old Navy is haute couture;".

Renee should get herself a Lisa Kleypas: Devil in Winter.
A.J. Wilson
7. AJWilson
Um anything by Julie Garwood ... Katherine by Anya Seton! My fav and has a happy ending, that was REAL life :-) Just saying ...
Saundra Peck
8. sk1336
When I have man troubles, or just TROUBLES, I like to lose myself in my old friend "Gone With the Wind"... who who can complain about their life after reading this book of war, betrayal, angst, death and finally "frankly my dear I don't give a damn".

I am a true believer in going home to get your OWN house in order before you start on a new relationship. Scarlett proves that a man and money or even convenience means nothing when your priorities are different. So Scarlett goes home...as should we all! (Of course she probably just went to come up with another scheme... I will never know because I refused to read the later "sequel"...I like my fantasy about how she continued to live her life and did not want it ruined)

Renee may have "bad luck", or she just may be in a different place than the men she is choosing! Maybe she will take control of her life, go get what she really wants for herself, and when she stops looking she will fall in love for all the right reasons!!! Let's hope. Think Sandra Bullock....yay!!! Goodbye Jesse and hello baby... I have never seen her look better or more content.
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