This isn't a WAR AND PEACE or any other 'meaningful' read, BUT it did make me laugh now and then. I would make a slight comparison to the original "Bridget Jones" book. If you like that kind of humor, you'll enjoy this audiobook.
Another reviewer complained about the babyvoice of the reader, but in the story the main character talks about how she has a baby voice and she could do cartoon voiceover work. The audio problem that was slightly nausiating for me is the slurpy/ saliva sounds at the end of the chapters. I feel bad for the reader- I'm sure that is a sound problem and that should have been edited out. Distasteful to listen to. Yes, Nanny Diary crowd, but if you can't make fun of Manhattan's Uber Class- who can you. Next it will be unacceptable to mock West Virginians for marrying their cousins!
got to be a bit predictable, and far fetched after awhile, so i would get to the point sooner, or else add some dimension to the characters
nah - too far out of the realm of the real world we live in
it was ok
it doesn't surprise me that this would be a hollywood consideration - but i wouldn't go farther than the lifetime movie network. the fact that this question is posed, actually reinforces for me, the negative reaction i had to the story - it cheapens the delight that was dangled here and there in the book, when it stuck to clever, and away from cutesy. this seems the type of movie for a washed up sitcom type to relaunch their career -- someone left behind in the 70's or 80's - or one of those real housewives of beverly hills. ugh.
I'm amazed to see that some reviewers disliked the book - I loved it. Had me laughing out loud (not always good when you're in a public place). Yes, some of the characters are morally corrupt, but lifes like that. I found it a very entertaining read and would recommend it to anyone.