These two actresses are as different as night and day in look, style and approach.
May 11 is a big day for disasters, as it's mentioned numerous times.
Hewitt says she envisioned the book as a "mate and a friend in the dating process, the good angel on your shoulder." Cupid covers everything from being comfortable going out to eat solo, to recovering from a breakup, to what guys really think of our butts (you'd be pleasantly surprised), to "vagazzling your vajayjay." (Yes, she really did it.) What it's not, Hewitt says, is The Rules for the 2010s.
"I read The Rules and all those other dating books and loved them, and I took little bits from each," she says.
They were a gift, she says with a sheepish smile, from her boyfriend Jamie Kennedy who is one of the other reasons why she is feeling so, well, elevated right now.
Instead the single actor, writer, comedian aaaand producer has been keeping himself busy with work.
But as an adult who's been both lucky and unlucky in love, most of it on the front page of the tabloids, the star and co-producer of the CBS series Ghost Whisperer says she's traded in her rose-colored glasses for a more clear-eyed look at modern romance.
It's a view she shares in her new book, The Day I Shot Cupid: Hello, My Name Is Jennifer Love Hewitt and I'm a Love-aholic.
"But to remember 15 rules of what to say and what not to say, how to do it and how not to do it, that doesn't work.
Once you're in a relationship, you can't wake up every day with a checklist of 15 things you have to do to make a man happy.