The first good thing that I have to say about this book is that I love the title. It's funny. So, when I picked it up I had great expectations to it's entertaining value during my daily comuting. Sadly, I was wrong.
This book was in my opinion not funny at all, although I must stay that it tried very hard to be a funny book. Too hard, even.
The second positive that I have to say is that it's read quite quickly. That is a good thing, for a book this bad should either be tossed right away or be over with quickly. It really made me cringe, and that happens rarely when it comes to books.
This book pays lip-service to the polical correctness of today (mandatory best friend of colour), chick-litt shoe-owning and fashion obsessiveness, vulgar-"love"-scenes, overly simplistic story-telling, and un-interesting one-dimensional charaters.
Don't bother with this book - unless you are looking for chick-litt with a vampire twist. If that is your thing. If you must, check out Charlaine Harris' Sookie Stackhouse series, compared to this trash, Harris' books are litterary treasures.