Molly Harper's hand at writing a contemporary novel. Along with her paranormal books, it was fantastic. A little more depressing than her paranormal series, it was still hilarious. Sometimes I wish I could see what goes on inside her head, but it might scar me for life.
Lacey was such a fantastic character. Burned from her failed marriage, she's able to hold her head up when it counts and is able to find someone to lean on when she needs it. Of course, being a woman, I really felt for Lacey and even got teary eyed for her a few times. I think she did the right thing, kick the lousy excuse for a guy to the curb. But hey, that's just me.
What I truly love about Molly Harper is her sense of humor. Not just snarkiness, but being able to see the humor in just about everything. Reading a novel like this stands out in all the novels I read that are just too dark and depressing. I have yet to be disappointed with any of her work and it doesn't look like that will happen any time soon.