By Jennifer CloseCopyright 2011
Knopf, Borzoi Books Random House
A somewhat tamer version of "Sex and the City", this faintly entertaining tale of three friends who deal with the constant pressure of other friends getting married and having babies ended up being a little bit disappointing by the end.
Lauren, Isabella and Mary pop in and out of each other's lives, and the lives of too many other friends to list. The story basically follows the three who navigate their way through different jobs, different boyfriends, singleton times, and all sorts of craziness and jealousy. Of course, everything pretty much works out in the end (you wouldn't have expected anything to the contrary with as predictable as the storyline flowed).
But the author was pretty good at creating fun anecdotes and side stories so I wasn't ever really bored reading it. The story just lacked any meaning or real purpose. I didn't really care about any of the characters by the time I was done reading it and the whole "adults who's lives aren't keeping up with their friends' lives" theme is so overdone, I was just underwhelmed by this one.
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