I’ve read quite a few books by Sophie Kinsella and love them. I know a lot of people didn’t like this book as much of others by her but I liked it. It took a bit to get into it but it was so crazy ridiculous that it would never happen it was fun to read. I know others had a problem that it was too ridiculous but it also reminded me of a Noel Coward play, Private Lives, and that was fun too.
It was a little longer than most of her books but it wasn’t a problem. It wasn’t a complete page turner but everything was so messed up that I had to see how everything turned out.