Martha Seymore is single again, since she walked out on Luke the Lying Cheating Bastard (formerly known as the Sexiest Journalist on the Planet). And her new flatmate is the ultimate party girl, who's cornered the market on booze and boy toys. Just the person to cheer Martha up--and possibly get her arrested. With her love life a mess, perhaps Martha is better off focusing on work! And the office is the perfect place for her to forge ahead with something she's really good at: telling other people how to conduct their love lives. But who knew the Powers-that-Be would order her, the newly celibate, to "sex up" column--or else? Oh, the irony, Oh, the inhumanity, Oh, the possibilities! Maybe it's time for Martha to begin putting her money where her mouth is--starting with exes, and ending with...well, who knows?
My ThoughtsThis was the first chick-lit book and was really fun. I liked Martha very much, the way she never let that the mean things brought her down was very inspiring, plus the seeking of had a better life. the whole story goes around the former Martha's boyfriend cheat her and how she made everything possible to find happiness. However, what I liked the most was the hilarious scenes, one of the very awesome, funny books I've read so far; I super recommend it because is so cool, just as because it's a good wayto get into the chick-lit genre.