The management of the building has placed a dumpster under her bedroom window, and actually it comes in pretty handy, she can just open up her window and pitch out whatever she is purging from her life. In the beginning she complains about the dumpster, but actually the dumpster leads her to someone that might just turn out to be her forever love!
A great story, the author captures the essence of the character perfectly. It is easy to imagine Nicole at the stage of life she is in. Her insecurities about herself, is so easy for women to relate too. The message about choosing, was resounding. I think we all often get stuck in a rut, but a few positive changes can totally change our outlook. The relationship between her parents was quite interesting as well. I applaud the fact that they decided to stay together and work it out. Her friends are very funny, and also very quirky. This book was a funtastic read,I loved how it opened up on Valentines day, and my only complaint was that it had to end!
I would caution that there are a couple of sex scenes, but nothing overdone, I wasn’t bothered at all. If you’re looking for a book that’s going to make you laugh out loud, pick up this story you’re not going to regret it! ( )