I finished this book many moons ago, but am just now posting about it. I picked up this book after much urging and recommending from my sister. This book walked a fine line of funny, smart, and light, while avoiding any "chic lit" plot lines and character development that so many light and funny books about women end up following. It's the perfect book for a trip or a lazy weekend.
And if it ends a little too happily well...who couldn't use a little too happily these days?