I really liked this book, but it's more or less an epic rant, in book form. That said, Gwen Macsai is very funny. I suspect I'm one of the people she's talking about who are put off by her "hotheadedness", but even if I don't directly relate, it was still a very enjoyable read. It details her journey from single (and dating) Jewish girl to married woman. A sample: "When I first met my husband, one of his biggest pros was that he was immediately like family. Of course, that was also his biggest con: HE WAS LIKE FAMILY." I'm paraphrasing, but you get the idea. Worth a look!