Single Girl Summer is a book about three very different but very independent women. Meg is newly divorced and trying to find her way. Dawn is impatiently waiting for her "perfect" boyfriend to propose, and Button is too scared to love or trust anyone. They're all intent on facing their battles alone, but they soon discover that they just might need each other.
I liked this book, and I liked the characters. I have to say that I didn't relate to them at all though. They were definitely modern career women from the city, while I'm an old-fashioned, conservative, stay at home wife and mom from the country. My life couldn't be more different from theirs. I didn't always agree with what they did and said, but I really enjoyed the story. I believe that's what reading should be about. What fun is it to always read about people just like you?
I especially liked reading about Button's growth over the span of the book, and one of my favorite parts was reading about all their "single girl summer outings" in and around the city of Chicago.
If you are a fan of Chic-lit, I think you'll enjoy this book.