This is my book club's book for March. I was able to get it quickly from the library, and it was a quick and easy read. It was light and fluffy--what I would classify as chicklit.
The story follows June Parker, a 30-something who works for LA's Rideshare program. June is in a car accident with Marissa, whom she met at Weight Watchers, and Marissa dies. June barely knows the woman, but she feels tremendous guilt. June finds a piece of paper among Marissa's belongings that she had hoped to complete before her next birthday. She sets out to complete the rest of the things on Marissa's list and, in the process, finds herself.
All in all, I would say I liked it for the type of book that it is. It serves as a good reminder to live life with a purpose, but mostly it was just pure fun. Be aware there is a smattering of colorful words and phrases throughout the book, although it was certainly better than most books in this genre in that regard.