But when the celebrity obstetrician turns out to be her husband's glamorous, intellectual ex-girlfriend, Becky's perfect world starts to crumble. She's shopping for two...but are there three in her marriage?
© Sophie Kinsella; (P) Random House
"Kinsella's ode to baby blues is both sly and slapstick....[She] mines a rich vein by tweaking 21st-century glossy mag obsessions: from sonograms to the hottest baby strollers to tricked-out birthing rooms." (Publishers Weekly)
I have enjoyed Beccy Brandon's previous adventures, and this one was almost as much fun. It didn't have the same sparkle as previous chapters, which I think was due to a few things.
The narrator wasn't as engaging as the previous reader. This book was abridged, so I feel like I missed out on some of the continuity. I also thought that the audio quality wasn't as sharp.
Overall, this was a fun read, but I do wonder what Sophie could come up with next to keep Beccy fresh and fun, warts and all.
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