Cat is a bit of a worry - she is in her late 20's, hasn't had a relationship in several years and thinks she might be in love with her ex's brother. She also shares a tiny flat with inconsiderate flatmates, has a job that she doesn't really love and a non-existent relationship with her dad. She has a best friend, however, Kelly, who is close to sainthood. Kelly has a delish son, whom Cat borrows so she can sniff his hair to get her little boy fix :) Kelly, seriously, is an amazing friend - I want a Kelly in my life too!
This was an easy-read kind of book, very modern, and probably not a great fit for my demographic. I am sure that younger women will probably relate to it a bit better. My main issue with this story is that Cat seems terribly immature and I wanted to slap her once or twice for shooting herself in the foot and for being so reactive to every darn issue that comes her way.
It was a good read, just not a great one, not for me anyway, sorry.