Tonight my girlfriends and I got together for our monthly book group to discuss our last great read, "The Late Bloomer's Revolution" by Amy Cohen. I can't believe how much I related to the character in this book. I really grew to love her as she shared her complications with men and dating. Here's a little peak into one of her rants about men:
"I had often said I felt like a house men were happy to rent, but when it came time to buy, they balked. Several boyfriends had told me that being in a relationship with me required work. A lot of extensive work. I was not the brand-new house with central air and freshly polished hardwood floors, the one that was ready to move into immediately. I was the fixer-upper with plenty of room for improvement, one the real estate agent says, 'could be a gem if you're willing to do an enormous, exhausting amount of work.' I was the house in desperate need of renovation. And if I kept eating the way I was . . . I'd be the biggest house on the block."
I love Amy's witty humor. She says what most women only dare to think and its hillarious! If you're single and looking for a fun read, this is the book for you.