Planting Dandelions (review book)
This book is a memoir of sorts from a Good Housekeeping writer. This book covers topics such as marriage, infidelity, childbirth and citizenship, not necessarily in that order. I enjoyed the author's writing style a lot--sarcastic, witty and honest. She reveals herself and her relationships fully. There are times that she can be hard to understand her mindset on why she does what she does, but that just makes her more human. I was sent this book by the publisher to review. I would recommend it to readers who like chick lit, books by Jen Lancaster and woman's fiction.