Pam I Am lives in Arlington Heights with her husband, two children, and golden retriever. On any given day she can be found juggling work, dirty laundry, reading literature, or devouring a People magazine.
After ten years, Jane's had enough of Edward Middleton. "You've let yourself go," she tells him. "So I'm letting you go too." Determined to get her back, Edward realizes he must learn how to make women want him again. He goes about changing his life to get Jane back. This book reads like Bridget Jones Diary for men. It is light, funny, and entertaining!
Elizabeth Edwards lost her battle with cancer in early December and it hit me hard emotionally that another good woman lost her life to this awful disease. It seems unfair that she faced so many horrible things that most of us wouldn't wish on our worst enemies including losing her teenage son in a car accident, a cheating husband, and terminal cancer. But, she fought it all and persevered with a sense of humility, grace and understanding.