Good In Bed

Finished reading Mary and O’Neil, so started reading Good In Bed by Jennifer Weiner. This book is so me!!! Having struggled with my body image for so long, I can totally relate to the main character Cannie. Now 170 pages into the novel, can’t wait to see how things turn out for her.
Update (12:51am): I finished reading Good in Bed and I can’t stop crying. The tears are flowing and I want to call someone but it’s too late. I’m an emotional wreck. This book is so much about me I can’t even begin to explain. You know its funny how you think that no one else really understands your pain even though you know deep down that your wrong. But you dismiss the obvious until you stumble across another book that debunks that theory. The author Jennifer Weiner has a blog. Maybe I’ll send her a note. Something tells me I’m not going to bed anytime soon.

5 Comments
  1. No peeking at the last page…..!!!! 🙂

  2. That happened when I read Elizabeth Berg’s Pull of the Moon. Not sure how HTML-enabled this thingy is – so http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/asin/0515120898/godispressure
    E.

  3. Now for the HTML: Pull of the Moon
    Woohoo!

  4. I’ll have to put that on my list of books to read.

  5. It really was great. Some of Elizabeth’s later books haven’t been as good – but Pull of the Moon and Talk Before Sleep are wonderful. And in a weird note, when I went to Amazon to look up the url for Talk Before Sleep, it was listed on my front page!

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