Awesome book! The four main characters in this book were so easy to relate to. Roxy was my favorite. She was the type of person who you want to be your best friend. Very fun, light read.
This is chick-lit, pure and simple, and you won't wonder whether it is or isn't! Four coworkers form The Breakup Club to get themselves through their difficult times of separation and change. The characterizations were good and their stories intriguing.
In her fourth novel, Senate focuses on four characters at different stages of breaking up. Book-editor Lucy thinks her marriage is pretty solid until she discovers her husband's New Year's resolution is to leave her. Lucy's sister Miranda's relationship with Gabriel has been over for six months, but she's desperately hoping he'll come back. Christopher doesn't want his selfish wife back, but he would like to spend more time with their young daughter. Roxy walks out on her wedding, fearing she'll be trapped in Brooklyn forever if she marries her fiance. She heads to Manhattan, where she ends up taking a job at the publishing company the other three work for. Each character grapples with the repercussions of his or her breakup with the help of the others.
Wow, this book is good. This is the first time I read books by Ms. Senate but I absolutely loved it. We read about people falling in love a lot. This book is about how people deal with it when love leaves them.
Great book about the process of a breakup for several different people. It was a really fun story.
This was a book about four different people and the different ways they deal with their break ups. Easy fast read!
I really liked this book. It made me think a lot about marriage and what people make of it. It was also cute and funny.
This was a really cute book. I read it fairly quickly as I was anxious to see what would happen with the main characters next.
A quick read that's a little deeper than most chick lit--ending resolved itself a little too quickly though.
A quick, easy read. I thouroughly enjoyed this book.
Great chick lit but I did find it a little bit drawn out. I still really liked it though.