The One That Got Away. . . It starts the morning that L.A. film production manager Virginia "e;Ginny"e; Bluebell wakes up with her boyfriend Nate's arm draped around her and realizes that the warning bells she's ignored for months have become a deafening siren. Ginny knows that Nate is not the man for her. Turns out, Nate knows it too, and moves out before Ginny can deliver her well-practiced "e;maybe this isn't working"e; speech. Or The One And Only? Newly single and not-so-newly confused about what went wrong this time, Ginny sets out to reconnect with old boyfriends in an attempt to avoid repeating past mistakes. Don the Devout, Hairy Larry, Mr. Famous Actor, Jackson Wright. . .well, Jackson doesn't really count, being more of a longtime friend than an official ex. And yet the deeper Ginny delves into the Ex-Files, the clearer it becomes that Jackson does count. A lot. In fact, on a path designed to help her find the perfect relationship, Ginny is starting to wonder if it's been hiding in plain sight all along. . .
Ginny Blue's Boyfriends