I’ve read all of Chelsea Handlers and laughed so, so hard.
I’ve written before about how I read Rob Lowe’s book and could not put it down. I really liked how each chapter was its own kind of story but that it was also a full book that kept you turning the pages.
I did Bethenny’s book A Place of Yes on tape when I used to commute and really enjoyed it, but whom I now have an even harder time with because it’s liiiiiiiike you seriously need to be a grown up and can’t keep blaming everything on your horribly sad and messed up childhood.
Especially after reading her first book and always watching her shows, I find it very strange that in the midst of this huge, horrible divorce she releases a second book called I Suck At Relationships So You Don’t Have To: 10 Rules for Not Screwing Up Your Happily Ever After.
How can she be writing about not screwing up your happily ever after when she has done nothing but that her entire adult life (all she talks about in earlier books) and despite a lifetime of therapy keeps doing it?
Huh? I know I’m hard on her lately because she keeps pissing me off so much but I seriously think that is the weirdest thing ever. Ever. ‘haha I’m bad at relationships so lets make an ironic book about it haha’. I seriously don’t get it?
Obviously I read both of my -boyfriend-Andy-Cohen’s books (Most Talkative & The Andy Cohen Diaries) faster than anything and just adored them. Devoured them. Would totally re-read them.
These are the books I blow through the fastest and love every minute. There are so many I still haven’t gotten to, and I think they will make for some perfect easy summer reading.
Candice Bergen Brooke Shields Jane Fonda
I have no shame in my obsession with J. Lo and Jane Fonda.
I can’t explain it, but I’m obsessed. Judge all you want, my best friend is very disappointed in me for my J. Lo love.
and then some comic relief as well…… all must-reads that I still have not read!
soooo I know everyone is saying The Good Girl should be next on the list after reading Gone Girl and Girl on the Train which I have, but other than that, what else are your top picks?
And for those of you that read The Good Girl, is it as good as everyone is saying?