A review by kellyholmes
It's Not You, It's Me by Kerry Cohen


Summary: After 6 months of happiness, Zoe’s boyfriend Henry dumps her so he can focus on his band. But Zoe thinks—no, knows—he’s made a huge mistake, and she sets out to win him back.

Review: From the very start of the book, the main character was over-the-top and I had trouble caring about her. She just could not function on even the most basic level.

We’ve all experienced a touch of the crazy in our dating lives. But this is extreme. And the way that it’s presented, I often had the feeling I was supposed to be laughing at Zoe’s ridiculousness. That didn’t help me empathize and connect with her. Zoe came across more as a caricature than a character.