Of course, nothing can compare to the mess of her bad break-up. Seriously, the guy didn’t pay rent, didn’t pay for dinner, accused her of cheating, and even took the toilet paper! That’s why she vowed never to date a “good for nothing TV zombie.” Good!
Karly is so adorable—she babbles when she’s nervous and she honestly means well. It’s not her fault that things take a sour turn every once in a while. By the way, I love the movie, Pure Luck, too.
Things get interesting when she develops a crush on Alex, a therapist for the accident-prone. But when it seems like her crush is unreciprocated, she begins speed dating, which leads to a series of bumbling fall-outs. In fact, the whole story is just one disaster after another.
Funny, charismatic, and quirky, this story narrates Karly “tripping through” life.
My rating: 4 stars