"In Her Shoes" by Jennifer Weiner:
Rose is a thirty-year-old attorney with a secret passion for romance novels. She's going to start exercising next week, and she dreams of a man who will slide off her glasses and tell her she's beautiful. Maggie is twenty-eight and drop-dead gorgeous. Although her stardom hasn't progressed past her hip's appearance in a music video, she dreams of fame and fortune. These two sisters claim to have nothing in common but DNA, a childhood tragedy, and a shoe size, but when they're forced into cohabitation, they may just learn that they're more alike than they thought. (Summary courtesy of Simon & Schuster.)
I loved the dynamic between Maggie and Rose and how they were so different from one another. I also loved seeing their relationship play out throughout the book.
Just when I thought nothing could be better than "Good in Bed," Jen Weiner outdid herself. I was engrossed the whole way through. While I could relate more to Rose, I loved reading Maggie's side of the story. The book is better than the movie, although I did like Toni Collette as Rose.
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