"Forget About It" by Caprice Crane:
Jordan Landau is having a bad life. At twenty-five, she is attractive, smart, funny and talented. But all that doesn’t keep her mother from calling her fat, her boss from stealing her ideas, and her boyfriend from cheating on her. Day in and day out, she sits back and watches as everyone walks all over her. Then one day while riding her bike home from a particularly awful day, Jordan collides with a car door and is knocked clear off her bicycle. Coming to in the hospital, Jordan realizes she has a perfect excuse for a “do-over”; she vows to fake amnesia and reinvent herself. And it works. Finally, Jordan is able to get the credit she deserves at work, and she stands up to her family and her jerk boyfriend. She’s living the life she always dreamed of–until the unthinkable happens. Suddenly Jordan must start over for real, and figure out what really makes her happy–and how to live a truly memorable life. (Summary courtesy of Caprice Crane's website.)
I had seen this book in the store and thought it looked interesting. Then I obtained a copy of it a few weeks later and was hooked from the first page. It was a clever story, funny, full of pop culture references and had a character with whom I was able to relate in some way or another. It got me interested in Caprice Crane and I enjoyed her other books, as well. She has a unique style to her storytelling and I highly recommend checking out all of her books!
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