The back of this book says it’s a romance novel, but I would call it an anti-romance. People have a tendency to stick with a relationship on expectations of what they want it to be. This is a story of ending those relationships and getting on with life. It was somewhat humorous, a little too repetitive, and for some strange reason divided into five parts. If you read it with your sense of humor in tact, it’s enjoyable.
The characters were likeable. The brother sister relationship was believable. Emmy finally got out of her rut in the end.
I read this book because I recently read Laura Dave’s The Last Thing He Told Me, which captured me.