|The Perfect Marriage : Debbie Viggiano|
This was a cosy little read and kept me entertained whilst I was on the treadmill last week.
Rosie Perfect's life is far from being just that. She's feeling stuck in a marriage to a bloke who's, quite frankly, a bit of a tool. She also has a young baby who her workshy husband takes almost no notice of. From the outset, it's clear we're rooting for Rosie to get out and start her life over.
Step in Handsome Stranger, who Rosie meets on a night out and who becomes her knight in shining armour almost immediately. Suddenly it seems that Rosie might just have an exit plan from her marriage. If her husband doesn't stand in the way, of course.
There are a couple of other intertwining storylines, which are somewhat predictable in most cases, and a little dramatic (the funeral scene made me cringe with every inch of my being) but overall the book is enjoyable. Of this and the other Viggiano I've mentioned recently, though, I'd go for The Ex Factor if you only have the time or inclination to read one.
A cutesy romantic comedy; nothing too deep here.