I found this book such an amazing read, that I was actually a little depressed when it was over. I just wanted the fun to go on and on. All good things must come to an end I guess.
The book is pretty unrealistic, and while labled a romance in some circles, it is no bodice ripper. It's mostly just a great comedy, and great fun. It would make a perfect summer read, or a great read if you are feeling down. It made me laugh and smile the whole way through, while still telling a great story.
Cathy blows up her microwave and wakes up in 1959 in another Cathy's life. She can't believe how similarly life is on some levels and how terrifyingly different it is on other levels. She tries to figure out why she's there and what she needs to do to get back. It is a touch predictable, but it was really quite funny. Several parts were laugh out loud while reading funny!
I didnt love this book. It was cute enough, but it just didnt grab me and hold on like I thought it would. It was smart and funny. Possibly would have held my attention more if I hadnt just finished "The Thirteenth Tale" which had me riveted and disappointed to finish. I wouldnt classify it as a romance really, more a empowered woman contemporary read.