This is now on my list of all time favorite chic lit books! I loved her writing. I felt like I was having a chat with my best friend every night; or like she had emptied my thoughts out of my head right on to the page. She really writes just like your thoughts might flow though your headwell at least how they flow through my head! It was such a quick, easy, fun read!
I have fallen in love with Sarah Mlynowski's books. She's got the chick lit style down. Its cute and endearing, romantic and loveable while not going overboard. This book was cute in its metaphor of shuffling through guys.
This is a fun, girly read. When Jackie unexpectedly gets dumped by her boyfriend she is thrown into the single life of Boston. What an challenge/adventure. I am sure a little bit of both. The read is sure to make you laugh and sigh with understanding. It is good.
The story was enjoyable, but how ironic that a book about a copyeditor is so full of spelling & grammar mistakes! And while Jackie's supposed to be a Connecticut girl living in Boston, there are several Canadianisms in this book (the author is Canadian)something an American copyeditor should've caught.
Yet another book about a 20-something who thinks she's nothing without a man. Refreshingly, a guy actually calls her on it, pointing out that Jackie doesn't want him, she just wants a boyfriendany boyfriend.
Another Chick-Lit book. In this one a girl named Jackie is dumped by her boyfriend via email. The description sounded promising. Jackie knows what she really wants and sets out to find it, only the problem is that she doesn't.
There were too many scenes at the club. So many in fact that sometimes I felt like I was reading the same chapters over and over again.
The book was good, but Jackie spends too much time focusing on men. Too much time pining. For once I'd like to read a chick lit book that involved a strong, independant woman. Although Jackie comes together somewhat in the end, I still felt she was weak.
All in all it was a fun read and gave my mind a little break. Very enjoyable and mostly not annoying.