JENNIFER JOHNSON IS SICK OF BEING MARRIED
A laugh-out-loud riot, McElhatton’s sequel to Jennifer Johnson Is Sick of Being Single is perfect for anyone who loves incredible high jinks and hilarious scenarios à la Sophie Kinsella. The lovable heroine encounters many seemingly implausible, but never dull, situations. You will want to read this one over and over again.
Jennifer Johnson has finally landed the perfect life: She’s married to the wealthy son of a department store magnate, and enjoys all the perks that come with a wealthy husband. But once the bouquet is tossed, the new Mrs. Keller learns that the grass isn’t always greener on the other side. From her honeymoon in a hellish Christian resort, featuring zero alcohol and curfews, to her new life planning bizarre events with her mother-in-law’s church committee and being inducted into a trophy wives club, Jennifer wonders if her shiny new life is enough. Can she survive this strange world, or will she begin to long once again for the days of singledom? (MORROW, Oct., 336 pp., $15.00)