If you are looking for an hilarious and honest read, then this is for you. Told in the form of a diary, it’s the story of Frankie, a woman in her late thirties, who is divorced and has two daughters. She works part-time for a museum, a job she hates mostly because of her arrogant boss, she spends most of her time cleaning up after her daughters, eating Jaffa Cakes, drinking wine, and trying, unsuccessfully, to find the perfect match on Tinder.
Add snobby mothers at the local playground, mothers on Instagram who seems to lead a perfect life, and a toddler with no boundaries, and you have a funny and entertaining novel that will keep you glued to the pages. The protagonist feels likable and realistic and her stories are relatable and will make you laugh page after page. (NP)