Renee Zellweger actually adds some depth, humour and makes the character more endearing. On the page, she’s shallow, self-centered and rather annoying. How someone like this manages to get by in the world, have relationships/friends and why the guys like her so much is worrying.
The twitter dialogue set-up was interesting and modern, though I did get a bit lost with all the hash tags who was communicating sometimes – Roxter or Bridget.
The romance with Mr Wallaker is rather cold and without enough clues in the book and read like it’s been attached at the end for a twist, like an appendix. 😦