My daughter introduced me to Sophie Kinsella over 10 years ago. Since then, I believe I have read every book written by her. Each one is different but very enjoyable. My (not so) Perfect Life follows in that path.
This book is centered around Katie Brenner. When she looks around she see other people who have lives like she would want. This includes Demeter Farlowe, Katie's boss. Where Katie sees her own life as an uphill battle, including her home and flatmates, Demeter's life seems perfect. She has the perfect home, family and clothing.
Finally, Katie sees the light at the end of the tunnel and she is fired......by Demeter. She moves to her family home and tries to begin a new business setting the farm up as a vacation home. After doing this, who shows up but Demeter.
I love the way Kinsella writes. Her characters are so lovable, and so real. Each has flaws just like real people, which helps to make them relate-able. I am so glad to have the opportunity to read this latest book and look forward to more in the future.
I was given this book by NetGalley and Random House Publishing in exchange for my honest review.