This was a good book, except it seems like it's missing a few chapters at the end. Or maybe the author missed her last deadline and they printed the book "as-is." It's about a young doctor joining a "high-society" Manhattan pediatric practice, and how she gets a taste of the "high life" and likes it. She is so kind, so perfect, as to be almost unbelievable, but you really like her anyway and root for her as she makes dumb mistakes. Typical chick lit here. The best part about this book is the medical advice she gives to patients (and therefore readers). (Deep breathing can be as helpful as prescribed medications, for example)
I agree with the above reviewer who said the book seemed to be "missing chapters" at the end. The story went along great, but then ended very abruptly. I enjoyed the story a lot, I just wished the ending had been more fleshed out.
Nice, easy read with a lot of funny moments.
Easy to read, interesting. Not very deep, but worth a look if you are interested in reading a memoir-like book about the rich and famous and their kids.
Very cute book. This is about a new pediatrician in NYC, and the wacky parents of her patients.
I really enjoyed this book, it was a quick, light read.
Very light and amusing book. I read while I was at the beach and it was very intertaining.
I really enjoyed this book, it was a quick, light read. I read it on the beach in a day This was the first book I read form this author. I will try another.
Fun, quick, light hearted read. Similar to the other reviewers, I wanted a few more chapters to fully resolve the book.
A quick, fun read. Definite brain candy, but good for a laugh.
I loved meeting all of Dr. Green's patients along with her. The multitude of personalities kept this book interesting and going.
Fluff. A beach read for sure.