Most people she knows are either married or have kids and she has been single a while now and wonders if a good man is ever to be encountered again. The single life is far from a quiet one for Jane however, as she is constantly getting dragged to night clubs and bars by Natasha and the crew as well as enduring a particularly boozy weekend away at the seaside!
Jane loves a lot about her life, disregarding rude plumbers in her flat and dealing with annoying superiors and a smug sister, but as a certain someone takes her eye, is everything about to change and get a whole lot more serious or is the single life determined to keep her captive a while longer yet...
Jane is a likeable character and I loved the cozy closeness she shared with her family. She enjoys eating out. Word of warning, don’t read this book when you’re hungry because the food is described in detail! She has plenty of wild nights out with her friends that involve copious amounts of alcohol.
I enjoyed the “Britishness” of this story and think it is probably an accurate description of life for a single woman in the UK. It’s written in first person point of view and reads more like a Bridget Jones style diary. It’s not a page turner, and I didn’t laugh out loud at any point, but it was an easy, light-hearted read that held my interest. It ends on somewhat of a cliffhanger, but I believe a sequel is on the way. I'm eager to find out what happens to Jane!