This was one of those books that the description just won me over. So I bought it. And I read…and it got sad…and boring…and…I…had…to…stop.
I always give a book a 30% chance to impress me. Change for the better. Thirty percent sat in the bottom corner of my kindle and it didn’t happen. The problem was a problem arose for the main character, Lillian.
So I cheated. Instead of DNF’ing this book, I started flipping and skimming. *flip, flip* Lillian is crying because of stuff with her ex husband. TOO SAD for the book that was supposed to be funny. *flip,flip* Lillian is hanging with her parents in New Jersey. Too boring for something that was described as fun. *flip, flip* Possible love interest doesn’t show until 60%…
It took forever to get there, and when it did, it was still monotone and uneventful.
I really hate speaking badly about a book. I know others loved this one. But for me, for maybe the styles I read, it just didn’t work. I’m giving two stars over one because I did make it to the end and was happy to see a possibility of a happily ever after. Ish.
*A POST DEAD ERA READ* ~ OCTOBER 2016