Honestly I am tired of hearing about Patrick. I just cannot anymore.
And I am tired of Saoirse being so hypocritical about the people she cuts off, can’t forgive, when she has done some pretty crappy things too. This one dragged from beginning to end. There was way too many coincidences and I just forced myself to finish this one.
With Saoirse and her husband David and their daughter moving to New York for a year, I thought we would get some fun Big Apple moments. Nope. Instead we once again have everyone twisting themselves up and down to make things better for Saoirse. And it’s pretty apparent one of her friends is having a hard time, but instead she just keeps inviting her to fly over. I also felt really annoyed about what happened between Saoirse and Bea in this one. Eventually things worked out, but I thought it was a crappy thing to do, and loved how she forgot about that when the reveal of someone who keeps posting negative comments about her book is revealed.
This is the third book following all of these people, but no idea if Murray plans a fourth. I suggest if she does, she drops the subject of Patrick forever. And it would be more interesting to get a sense of what Saoirse does besides drinking a bottle of wine every other day and bribing her daughter with an IPAD and sweets. I am sad though this one didn’t make me laugh like the last one did.