The list author says: "These books are not mindless in the way you think. I like books that are not only full of fun and frivolity but have toothy subjects as well, but not so cerebral you can't stand it. These books are like talking to your best girlfriends or diving into a yummy macaroni and cheese casserole (the real kind not the junk from the box). Tune out the rest of the world for a while and enjoy!"
"I really liked all of Hester Browne's book with her absolutely likable (even tho she's a bit of a push-over) heroine Melissa Romeny-Jones. Who among us wouldn't want to be able to don a blonde wig, create an alter-ego called Honey and tell everyone what-for in a proper English way?"
"Really liked this book. Getting over her divorce in real life has freed Jane Green up from writing about women with terrible husbands. All of you will wish for a Beach House to escape to after reading."
"You could relate to Ellie in the book trying to please her new mother-in-law by trying to fit into a ready made family after not really have one of her own. it was a bit far fetched at points by Jane green's writing style always makes it believable. Great author."
"The best book from a good author. I found this a (welcome) departure from the rest of Jennifer Weiner's books. Anyone that was a first time mom can definitely relate to all the characters in this book!"
"I loved this book and have read it a few times. My favorite Marian Keyes book (read all of them, they're great), I really enjoyed the lead character, Ashling, and loved her personality. The setting, an upstart woman's magazine in Ireland adds to the general yumminess of the book."
"Picked this book up by chance and really loved it altho her books seem to be hard to find. Francesca's husband is having an affair with a younger woman and is surprised when Francesca gets a backbone and throws him out."