This novel is chick lit at its best. ~Booksessed
The chick lit version of "Office Space" for a new generation. ~Chick Lit Central
Think Chelsea Handler plus argyle sweater wearing Chuy plus The Office plus chick lit. Are you already laughing? ~Precision Reviews
Guaranteed to make you laugh-out-loud. Fans of Sophie Kinsella will love it. ~author Sibel Hodge
A strong debut novel about real issues with a lot of heart and humor. ~Chick Lit Club (AR)
Finally! A snarky, quick witted, relatable book with a dash of romance! ~Chick Lit=The New Black
Real and relatable! So many traditional chick lit books tend to go off on a tangent to a life many of us will never have--Bond Street and Fifth Avenue are not a regular part of my routine. This book felt like a peak into a normal life, not some glitzy creation designed purely for the pages of a book! ~R.O.A
A fun mix of Bridget Jones's Diary and The Office. ~Books Etc.
A hilarious comedy with some snark and punk. ~Kritters Ramblings
There aren't many books that make me actually laugh out loud; I'm happy to say that this is one of them! A hilarious account of life in a call center, with a little romance to spice things up. ~Bookerella
This novel reads like a season of The Office (with Ricky Gervais). I can really see this novel being made into a sitcom on NBC and I'd be tuning in every week to watch. ~Chick Litaholic
A chick-lit approach to the call center. This book is a reminder that the call center predates globalization and outsourcing. ~The Wall Street Journal Online Blog (IRT)
From the Author
***DISCLAIMER: If you find politically incorrect shows like The Office, South Park and Chelsea Lately detestable, juvenile and offensive, then this book is probably NOT for you.