Good in Bed - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

Jennifer Weiner
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Chapter 4 Summary

Cannie has a dog named Nifkin. She acquired him from some former colleagues that no longer wanted him. Cannie feels strongly that everyone should have a dog because they give your life purpose and offer unconditional love. While Cannie is at the dog park with Nifkin, she meets a cute engineer named Steve, who asks her out for a drink sometime. Cannie agrees and is flattered and excited that someone so attractive wants to date her.

Cannie goes home to prepare for an interview with Jane Sloan for a piece she is writing in The Philadelphia Examiner, the newspaper that she writes for. Cannie covers the Hollywood beat as an entertainment reporter. Cannie is excited to meet Jane because Jane has directed a number of movies that Cannie admires. Cannie herself has written a screenplay and hopes that she and Jane will hit...

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