I used to love Jennifer Weiner. I adored "In Her Shoes" and "Good In Bed" and even "Goodnight Nobody", although it wasn't as good. But her last few books have been subpar. This one was pretty bad. First, there were too many protagonists, and they were very difficult to keep straight because they weren't all that different. Second, the story was kind of boring. It kept building, but then fizzled in some weird deus ex machina endings. I don't know if I'll be picking up any more of her books unless one gets some rave reviews.