I really loved her first two books, and this one was good, but I guess I just didn't relate as much and I find some of her humour hard more vulgar than funny. Still she does write alot of good things here, and it is still a quick and easy read.
This is a quick, light read. I read Belly Laughs when I was preggers and thought it was hilarious! I appreciate that Jenny McCarthy is real and talks about things that many of us wonder about but never say out loud!
I read the first book she did belly laughs and it was great, really funny, really honest. This was honest too, but in a much more offensive way. A little to vulgar for my taste. I wasn't a big fan of the chapter on bribing your husband with sex. I didn't even finish the book.
Jenny McCarthy, New York Times bestselling author of Baby Laughs and Belly Laughs, speaks candidly about the challenges and the humor to be found in balancing motherhood and the ups and downs of marriage.
Jenny McCarthy's honesty has made her a bestseller. In Life Laughs, Jenny opens up about all of the things no one told you before you got married and had kids. Of course there's plenty of Jenny's outrageous humor, but she also writes openly and for the first time about doing your best when marriage falters and about her own divorce, which made headlines when it was announced in the summer of 2005. Jenny doesn't pretend to be an expert in her books, she is instead something more valuable-a good girlfriend. Catch Jenny's takes on growing older, finances, PMS, sex, dating . . . again, and mommyhood.
Jenny McCarthy is a trusted, brand-name, bestselling author, and Life Laughs is poised to be her biggest book yet.
This will get you thinking about what your true love suddenly getting sick of you and moving one to a younger version of you. But she does still write more LOL moments around all the drama with her ex husband and her son.