Jane's life on the face of it isn't really too bad...she has great friends like party girl Natasha who's always up for a laugh and her close pal Polly, always there for her and of course her loving parents, but things could still be better...
Most people she knows are either married or have kids and she has been single a while now and wonders if a good man is ever to be encountered again. The single life is far from a quiet one for Jane however, as she is constantly getting dragged to night clubs and bars by Natasha and the crew as well as enduring a particularly boozy weekend away at the seaside!
Jane loves a lot about her life, disregarding rude plumbers in her flat and dealing with annoying superiors and a smug sister, but as a certain someone takes her eye, is everything about to change and get a whole lot more serious or is the single life determined to keep her captive a while longer yet...
When I received an email requesting a review for this book I was pleased to too it! It sounded like a fun read. And, while it was a decent read, I'm not sure it was exactly for me. I liked it well enough, I just didn't love it.
Jane of Manchester was a bit slow for me. The storyline was good, it just didn't seem to keep me super interested. I get several review requests a day, so I read several books a month. I have so many to read that I have a hard time reading one that I'm not really enjoying. If I'm not loving it I feel like I need to move on to the next! This book didn't exactly make me feel the need to DNF it but the thought did pop into my mind occasionally that I could be reading something else.
I do have to say that this book did have kind of a Bridget Jone's Diary feel to it. That was cool. It made me want to watch those movies! All in all, I didn't hate Jane of Manchester but I can't say that it was my favorite either. I think I give it a 3.5 stars.
*Note: I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.