I've Got Your Number - Sophie Kinsella
The only thing that irked me about this book is its use of footnotes. Yes, footnotes in a CHICK LIT book. The narrator is trying to prove a point about her highly educated soon-to-be in-laws and their academic texts. It was cute at first, but quickly became a little annoying. It is possible to read through the story without reading the footnotes but I would find that I reached the bottom of the page, only to notice that there was a footnote and I'd missed the small number along the way. So, I'd pause reading and skim back up the text, looking for the tiny number 56. I'd reread the sentence that preceded the footnote, read the footnote itself, and then continue reading the next page. See what I mean? Disrupting.
On the whole though, an enjoyable read -- I do enjoy an author that can dependably provide an enjoyable mind break. Especially after my washing machine went up in smoke -- rather than thinking about my impending repair / replacement bill, I could just escape into Poppy's world and forget my own woes.