“Like any self-actualized, successful, capable adult woman would do in this situation, I duck behind the Q-tips.”
This book was very cute and funny at the beginning, and kind of lost steam for me in the last quarter. (Keep in mind that this is ultimately geared towards moms, and I don’t have kids.)
Amy is a funny, likable character and I could relate to a lot of what she was thinking and feeling.
The ending was a little melodramatic and sitcom-y, but it was a still a good palate cleanser book and a nice break from heavier reads.