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More About the Author
Jackie Pilossoph is the author of her divorce novel, DIVORCED GIRL SMILING, as well as her divorce novel, FREE GIFT WITH PURCHASE (published in 2012) and romantic comedies, JACKPOT! (published in 2011) and HOOK, LINE AND SINK HIM (published in 2010).
Pilossoph is the creator of her divorce blog, DIVORCED GIRL SMILING (www.divorcedgirlsmiling.com), an inspirational, smart and funny site that aims to help men and women through divorce. Successful from the very beginning, the blog has led Pilossoph to a spot as a regular Huffington Post divorce blogger, as well as to television appearances on many news shows, including the Steve Harvey show.
Pilossoph, who holds a Masters degree in communication from Boston University is also a business features reporter and weekly columnist for Sun-Times Media local publications. She lives with her family in Chicago. Oh, and she's divorced!
Top Customer Reviews
The main 2 characters were unlikable as well as their nosy mom who can't mind her own business.
I saw everyone as being selfish. The mom for trying to bribe her own kids. Her kids, for trying to trick people to have a baby in time. WHAT DO YOU MEAN YOU DIDN'T SEE TROUBLE COMING FROM A MILE AWAY?!!?
I'm kind of guessing at this point because I returned it before the predictable crash and burn.
It just annoyed me too much so I wasn't able to finish it. I made it more than half-way through but enough was enough.
So many reviews talk about how funny the book is. It's about as funny as an armpit fart. If you want a funny romance try the Neighbor From Hell series.
Meh, maybe I'm biased with my own mom bugging me to have a kid. But if she ever won the lottery and bribed me to give birth, I'd lose all respect. Kinda like I lost it for Amazon reviews! Next time I'm checking Goodreads first.
This was such a unique concept for a book, and as soon as I read the synopsis I knew I was going to really enjoy it. It was everything I had hoped it would be. The characters were outstanding, witty, and funny. The plot moved along in a way that made the book hard to put down, and It was light-hearted and contagious just the way a chick-lit book should be.
Jackie Pilossoph is what a good chick-lit writer is all about, she hit the story on the head with this one, and I loved the story from start to finish. The love interests were predictable but at the same time took turns that even the most observant couldn't anticipate, which I loved. I feel like some stories you can see what's going to happen from reading the first line and theres no surprises, but that was not the case with this book. Although some of the plot could have been a bit predictable, how they got there was what was unique and unpredictable. If you enjoy reading chick-lit I suggest you pick this one, because it was unlike any other story i've read in this genre.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I enjoyed this quirky book. I couldn't imagine being in this brother and sisters shoes. Their mother is quite the character.Published 4 months ago by Heidi Thimmesch
The story is corny, but cute. I can see this as a silly romantic movie.Published 5 months ago by Erin McIntyre
Very fun book. I enjoyed it so much. Kinda sorry when it ended. I will look forward to another book from this author.Published 6 months ago by Sylvia Brooks
Perfect light hearted tale for the beach. A fast paced read, with enough plot to keep the story moving. A mom who wins the lottery and then blackmails her kids for grand babies.Published 7 months ago by Edishop
This was a quick, easy read. Some editing errors that I was able to look over.Published 10 months ago by GNT
This was a very good cute book, that makes you think what if I won a lotteryPublished 10 months ago by Megan
When reading this funny, lighthearted book I kept thinking "movie". It's a very predictable romantic comedy. The characters are delightful and wacky. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Marilyn Marino
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