Genre : Romantic Comedy
Rating ☆ ☆ ☆
A good chick lit novel, which ticks all of the boxes.
Rebecca isn’t having a good time of it: Jobless, penniless, and husbandless, with a young son. Evident in lines ‘she contemplated the filthy rail tracks below her.’ Something has to change.
Prone to making lists Rebecca, thanks to a certain book, ditches them and by doing so makes new friends, gains new hobbies and bags a boyfriend.
I enjoyed the comedy Bridget Jones type bits, as well as the sensitively handled themes of dad’s rights, death and her son being bullied at his nursery.