I just didn't like this book. Sarah, the main character, is a self-centered jerk. Read an excerpt at RedDressInk.com.
To call Sarah Giles flighty would be an understatement. She can't seem to hold down a job (though it's usually not her fault), and she's juggling two men. She's been dating Paul for five years, and though she believes he's perfect for her, they've barely had sex since she had an abortion nine months into their relationship. She met John, a magnetic cad, through work, and she can't take her mind off him. He pursues her with flirtatious phone calls and cell phone text messages, and, desperate for a little passion, Sarah responds. She is content to carry on with both men, but then Paul proposes. Though he is arrogant and controlling, Sarah can't seem to see this and accepts. But she's unable to break things off with John, who is becoming less of a womanizer and more serious about Sarah. He even tells her he loves her, making Sarah's choice all the more difficult. Though Sarah is at times frustratingly obtuse, Tucker's lively debut will appeal to young women experiencing their own confusing times.