Publication date: February 14, 2017
Description from the Publishers through Netgalley
“I laughed my way through this novel. A must-read from Meredith Schorr.” – Chick Lit Plus
It’s more about finding yourself than finding a man…Jane Frank is ready to fall in love. It’s been a year since her first and only relationship ended and far too long since the last time she was kissed. With the LSAT coming up, she needs to find a boyfriend (or husband) before acing law school and becoming a partner at her father’s firm. There’s just one problem: all the guys in New York City are flakes. Interested one day and gone the next, they seemingly drop off the face of the earth with no warning and no explanation.
In her misguided belief that life doesn’t really start until you get married and have kids, Jane jumps from one extreme to the next trying to force a happily ever after until she breaks. Will she ever find her path, and can she do it without alienating her friends and family and risking her career in the process?
A STATE OF JANE is a hilarious, heartwarming, and honest coming-of-age story of what happens when a good girl discovers there is more to finding love than following the rules.
This was the second book that I read this month from Meredith Schorr. She has an easy to read style that is filled with humor and real life situations. This is a story about a girl who is feeling the pressure to find ” The One” and to start her educational path towards becoming a lawyer. Let’s just say that in 5 or 6 months she has had sex with just as many guys and her attitude towards men and relationships has changed drastically. Not only has that changed but so has her attitude.
This was a fun read but I was annoyed in the beginning of the book with Jane. She had such a pessimistic and nasty attitude that I didn’t really care what happened to her. That does change and so did my opinion but it was a rough start for me. This book is about love but not in the way that you think.
I received an E-ARC of this book from the Publishers through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
I give this book 3 crowns.