So I just read Bitter is the New Black by Jen Lancaster and I really enjoyed it. I was a little worried about not liking this because it came so highly recommended and I had waited for it for almost 2.5 months because there were so many people ahead of me on the library hold list. My cousin Heather had told me that I would love this and that I would be convinced Jen was a member our family (our very crazy family). And you know what, I'm totally convinced she is. The way she talks, the things she does, the thoughts she has... yep, totally related to me.
It took a little bit for me to get into the book, like about 30 pages maybe before it totally sucked me in. Once I got into it though I didn't want to put it down. I thought it was a fun, interesting read that really did bring up some good points (especially when she was getting emails from people in the same situation as her).
The only problem I had with this book is that she goes through what is one of my worst nightmares, so there were a few times I felt a tinge panicky, but that passed quickly because the book was just too funny to stay in my own thoughts for long.