Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Raunchy and Funny!
She has a knack for finding herself in difficult situations with difficult people and the results are often crazy, but you're left shaking your head in disbelief wondering if she made up the story. As I read this book, I found myself laughing outloud at some of the situations and end results from her encounters with other people, especially as it came to bowling and her daughter's hopeful play date.
Jen doesn't take herself too seriously, yet, at the same time she's dead serious. She understands life, even though she would be the first to admit she has no clue.
She writes about her marriage, her marriage day, the kids, the daily events she encounters and the people who are in the middle of her life who seem to cause the stress in Jen's world.
Again, while the language is right out there, the reader will certainly identify with her life and situations.
Thanks to Random House Publishing Group - Ballantine Division for the opportunity to review this book in exchange for an honest review.
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