First, I want to say that I love Talli Roland's style of story-weaving. Her creativity never ceases to amaze or amuse me. The sense of humor in each scene always keeps me laughing. Several moments in this story move toward dark humor, and maybe I'm not laughing out loud then, but I'm still entertained and ready to read more.
The story progresses through several weeks as Willow Watts struggles with her own identity and her new life as Marilyn Monroe. One of many facets of this story that make it great is Willow's strength and perseverence through these tough times. We can all take a little something from Willow's strength, which she finds within herself throughout the story.
If you like a good, fun ChickLit tale, you should definitely read this (and anything else by Talli Roland).