Wednesday, August 10, 2016
Meternity by Meghann Foye
Liz Buckley is sick and tired of being given extra work and being expected to stay late just because she's the single, non-mother employee. So she decides to fake a pregnancy so that she can take maternity leave and then leave her job.
Again, another chic-lit looking book that has some depth to it as it examines expectations of mothers and child-free women, and how we all need to intentionally choose what we want for ourselves.
Very fun and thoughtful at the same time.
Next up for next week: I'm moving away from these fun summer books to post about some of the lifestyle/health/diet books that I've been reading.
Posted by Elaine at 5:30 AM