Elinor knows that she and Mike have been fighting a bit more than usual, but when Mike suddenly breaks things off, she feels blindsided. Meanwhile, unexpectedly, she finds herself with a new journalism opportunity that just might fill the void she’s been feeling. As she embarks on her career, she learns that she can achieve success on her own and that she must learn to take bolder steps to succeed.
There’s no other way to put this except to say that this book, in my opinion, is terrible. The writing is flat and colorless. The characters are devoid of charm. It may be realistic in that most characters are constantly on their phones, even when having conversations with each other, and even when at parties, but that, to me, only made the book more dismal.
Perhaps the most frustrating part of the story is that it is yet another book about how the girl is once again used by her boyfriend and she doesn’t even see that she is. When he gets a new job, they all celebrate. When she gets a new job, he’s too busy with his to even acknowledge it. He is never wrong and is totally self-righteous and never gives her credit for having a brain, and she believes that he is justified in being that way. Just more stereotypical characters with nothing new to say.
Not sure why I read the whole thing… I guess so you won’t have to bother!