Marriage Vacation

Marriage Vacation

In season four of Darren Star?s hit TV Land series Younger, the editors at Empirical Press are shocked and deeply moved when they read Marriage Vacation, an autobiographical novel by the publisher?s estranged wife, Pauline Turner Brooks. Knowing the book will cause a sensation, they decide they must publish it. Now you can read what the hype is about. To find herself?she mi In season four of Darren Star?s hit TV Land series Younger, the editors at Empirical Press are shocked and de...

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Title:Marriage Vacation
Author:Pauline Turner Brooks
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Genres:Womens Fiction
ISBN:Marriage Vacation
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:256 pages pages

Marriage Vacation Reviews

  • The Story Girl
    Jun 05, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

    DNF, couldn't get behind Pauline as the protagonist. I'm not a huge fan of her in the show, and although the book made her as sympathetic as possible, I couldn't put the show to the side while reading it. I think I would've really liked it otherwise! ...

    Really enjoyed this having been a long time fan of Younger (since the first episode) and it was nice to look into "Pauline's world" - however, being #TeamCharles, I do hate to sympathize with Pauline in any sense! This was a great tie in - also would recommend even for those who don't ...

    I?m going to be totally honest: this book review isn?t totally unbiased. You see, I am a huge fan of the tv show Younger and have literally counted down the minutes until this book was released. I just HAD to know Pauline?s (er, Kate?s) story of her year away from Charles (er, ...

    So, so fun. I'm still Team Liza, but damn do I love Pauline. This book is so great. ...

    This was fun! It is absolutely a show tie-in, but if for some reason you don?t watch Younger and you wanted to read it, you wouldn?t have any issue. Jo Piazza is a great chick lit writer and this is no exception. Very, very fun and adds more depth to the character on the show. ...

    Absolutely awful. If my brain wasn?t needing a break I would have given up. Makes Eat, Pray, Love (one of the worst, most self indulgent books ever conceived, said as an Elizabeth Gilbert fan) feel like a masterpiece. ...

    A big hit for Millennial Print. Didn't love the ending though. ...

    I wanted to read this because I am a Younger fan... Urg. Kate (Pauline) is so infuriating that I often wanted to throw the book. I would have rathered a more realistic ending. *Spoiler Alert* No way would I have let that selfish bitch come home. ...

    As a tie-in to the TV show Younger, this book is more or less guaranteed to be a bestseller (or at least a hit with fans). It's a beach-read kind of book and easy page-turner. Rather unfortunately, for both Millennial Print and Simon Schuster, it feels like the production process was r...

    I?ll be honest, it was pretty bland most of the way through. I was intent on rating it a 3-star book but something about that last 25% really pulled me in. That bit was fun to read so it inched it?s way up to 3.5 stars for me. It?s not new, challenging, very well-written or a...

    Marriage Vacation is a lot like Rogue One. The whole purpose--and really, the only plot point--of Rogue One was to explain how the Death Star could have been so easily penetrated and destroyed by Luke Skywalker in a movie that came out decades ago. It is backstory (yawn), and we know h...

    As a huge fan of Younger when I heard about this book I nearly fainted. Literally nearly fainted. There have been only a select few (I can only think of Charm from All My Children) that have been featured on a show and created in real life. Being able to read page 58 and understanding ...

    If you're a fan of the show Younger, you need to pick this book up ASAP. How did I not know they were turning this into an actual book?!?! So excited to read it! If you haven't heard of or have never watched Younger, then you are missing out on an amazing show, one that I think ...

  • Alissa
    Jul 18, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

    DNF, couldn't get behind Pauline as the protagonist. I'm not a huge fan of her in the show, and although the book made her as sympathetic as possible, I couldn't put the show to the side while reading it. I think I would've really liked it otherwise! ...

    Really enjoyed this having been a long time fan of Younger (since the first episode) and it was nice to look into "Pauline's world" - however, being #TeamCharles, I do hate to sympathize with Pauline in any sense! This was a great tie in - also would recommend even for those who don't ...

    I?m going to be totally honest: this book review isn?t totally unbiased. You see, I am a huge fan of the tv show Younger and have literally counted down the minutes until this book was released. I just HAD to know Pauline?s (er, Kate?s) story of her year away from Charles (er, ...

    So, so fun. I'm still Team Liza, but damn do I love Pauline. This book is so great. ...

    This was fun! It is absolutely a show tie-in, but if for some reason you don?t watch Younger and you wanted to read it, you wouldn?t have any issue. Jo Piazza is a great chick lit writer and this is no exception. Very, very fun and adds more depth to the character on the show. ...

    Absolutely awful. If my brain wasn?t needing a break I would have given up. Makes Eat, Pray, Love (one of the worst, most self indulgent books ever conceived, said as an Elizabeth Gilbert fan) feel like a masterpiece. ...

    A big hit for Millennial Print. Didn't love the ending though. ...

    I wanted to read this because I am a Younger fan... Urg. Kate (Pauline) is so infuriating that I often wanted to throw the book. I would have rathered a more realistic ending. *Spoiler Alert* No way would I have let that selfish bitch come home. ...

    As a tie-in to the TV show Younger, this book is more or less guaranteed to be a bestseller (or at least a hit with fans). It's a beach-read kind of book and easy page-turner. Rather unfortunately, for both Millennial Print and Simon Schuster, it feels like the production process was r...

    I?ll be honest, it was pretty bland most of the way through. I was intent on rating it a 3-star book but something about that last 25% really pulled me in. That bit was fun to read so it inched it?s way up to 3.5 stars for me. It?s not new, challenging, very well-written or a...

    Marriage Vacation is a lot like Rogue One. The whole purpose--and really, the only plot point--of Rogue One was to explain how the Death Star could have been so easily penetrated and destroyed by Luke Skywalker in a movie that came out decades ago. It is backstory (yawn), and we know h...

    As a huge fan of Younger when I heard about this book I nearly fainted. Literally nearly fainted. There have been only a select few (I can only think of Charm from All My Children) that have been featured on a show and created in real life. Being able to read page 58 and understanding ...

    If you're a fan of the show Younger, you need to pick this book up ASAP. How did I not know they were turning this into an actual book?!?! So excited to read it! If you haven't heard of or have never watched Younger, then you are missing out on an amazing show, one that I think ...

    As you may know, I am a huge fan of the show Younger. When I found out that Marriage Vacation was going to become a real book, I was excited and nervous. I know in general that when books are tie-ins for TV, they aren't always very good.  This book is actually surprisingly good. It...

    I mean I'm very #teamcharles but I was interested in reading this as an extension of the fictional world of Younger. It was a quick, fun read, although not well written enough to be as amazing as Liza sells it to be in the show? (Though page 58 lives up to the hype.) It's a catch-22. A...

    I wanted to love this book because I love the show but I just really didn't relate to this one. It all seemed a little cliche and I wanted more from it - more about their marriage before she left, more about their reconnecting after she got back. I wanted it to be juicier knowing what ...

    I wasn?t expecting much from this book, but I?m a fan of Younger and was curious to hear Pauline?s side of the story. This salacious summer read did not disappoint! I felt like I was accessing bonus content to the show, but also that I really did stand on its own (without the sho...

    So, I read this book because it's a conceit produced by the TV show YOUNGER, one of my favorite guilty pleasures. My reading was therefore influenced by storylines on the show and how I feel about the fictional author of this book (Pauline Turner is a character on the show, not the rea...

    3.75 Stars ...

    Let me start by saying that I don?t watch Younger. Maybe if I did, I wouldn?t mind the frustrating story, illogical plot, and mediocre writing. But like I said, I don?t watch Younger. ...

    This book was fairly entertaining and enjoyable even though it was loosely based off a tv show. I?d recommend it! ...

    3 star book, 4 star enjoyment. ...

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  • Kelly Hager
    Jul 07, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

    DNF, couldn't get behind Pauline as the protagonist. I'm not a huge fan of her in the show, and although the book made her as sympathetic as possible, I couldn't put the show to the side while reading it. I think I would've really liked it otherwise! ...

    Really enjoyed this having been a long time fan of Younger (since the first episode) and it was nice to look into "Pauline's world" - however, being #TeamCharles, I do hate to sympathize with Pauline in any sense! This was a great tie in - also would recommend even for those who don't ...

    I?m going to be totally honest: this book review isn?t totally unbiased. You see, I am a huge fan of the tv show Younger and have literally counted down the minutes until this book was released. I just HAD to know Pauline?s (er, Kate?s) story of her year away from Charles (er, ...

    So, so fun. I'm still Team Liza, but damn do I love Pauline. This book is so great. ...

    This was fun! It is absolutely a show tie-in, but if for some reason you don?t watch Younger and you wanted to read it, you wouldn?t have any issue. Jo Piazza is a great chick lit writer and this is no exception. Very, very fun and adds more depth to the character on the show. ...

    Absolutely awful. If my brain wasn?t needing a break I would have given up. Makes Eat, Pray, Love (one of the worst, most self indulgent books ever conceived, said as an Elizabeth Gilbert fan) feel like a masterpiece. ...

    A big hit for Millennial Print. Didn't love the ending though. ...

    I wanted to read this because I am a Younger fan... Urg. Kate (Pauline) is so infuriating that I often wanted to throw the book. I would have rathered a more realistic ending. *Spoiler Alert* No way would I have let that selfish bitch come home. ...

    As a tie-in to the TV show Younger, this book is more or less guaranteed to be a bestseller (or at least a hit with fans). It's a beach-read kind of book and easy page-turner. Rather unfortunately, for both Millennial Print and Simon Schuster, it feels like the production process was r...

    I?ll be honest, it was pretty bland most of the way through. I was intent on rating it a 3-star book but something about that last 25% really pulled me in. That bit was fun to read so it inched it?s way up to 3.5 stars for me. It?s not new, challenging, very well-written or a...

    Marriage Vacation is a lot like Rogue One. The whole purpose--and really, the only plot point--of Rogue One was to explain how the Death Star could have been so easily penetrated and destroyed by Luke Skywalker in a movie that came out decades ago. It is backstory (yawn), and we know h...

    As a huge fan of Younger when I heard about this book I nearly fainted. Literally nearly fainted. There have been only a select few (I can only think of Charm from All My Children) that have been featured on a show and created in real life. Being able to read page 58 and understanding ...

    If you're a fan of the show Younger, you need to pick this book up ASAP. How did I not know they were turning this into an actual book?!?! So excited to read it! If you haven't heard of or have never watched Younger, then you are missing out on an amazing show, one that I think ...

    As you may know, I am a huge fan of the show Younger. When I found out that Marriage Vacation was going to become a real book, I was excited and nervous. I know in general that when books are tie-ins for TV, they aren't always very good.  This book is actually surprisingly good. It...

  • Simone
    Jun 20, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

    DNF, couldn't get behind Pauline as the protagonist. I'm not a huge fan of her in the show, and although the book made her as sympathetic as possible, I couldn't put the show to the side while reading it. I think I would've really liked it otherwise! ...

    Really enjoyed this having been a long time fan of Younger (since the first episode) and it was nice to look into "Pauline's world" - however, being #TeamCharles, I do hate to sympathize with Pauline in any sense! This was a great tie in - also would recommend even for those who don't ...

    I?m going to be totally honest: this book review isn?t totally unbiased. You see, I am a huge fan of the tv show Younger and have literally counted down the minutes until this book was released. I just HAD to know Pauline?s (er, Kate?s) story of her year away from Charles (er, ...

    So, so fun. I'm still Team Liza, but damn do I love Pauline. This book is so great. ...

    This was fun! It is absolutely a show tie-in, but if for some reason you don?t watch Younger and you wanted to read it, you wouldn?t have any issue. Jo Piazza is a great chick lit writer and this is no exception. Very, very fun and adds more depth to the character on the show. ...

    Absolutely awful. If my brain wasn?t needing a break I would have given up. Makes Eat, Pray, Love (one of the worst, most self indulgent books ever conceived, said as an Elizabeth Gilbert fan) feel like a masterpiece. ...

    A big hit for Millennial Print. Didn't love the ending though. ...

    I wanted to read this because I am a Younger fan... Urg. Kate (Pauline) is so infuriating that I often wanted to throw the book. I would have rathered a more realistic ending. *Spoiler Alert* No way would I have let that selfish bitch come home. ...

    As a tie-in to the TV show Younger, this book is more or less guaranteed to be a bestseller (or at least a hit with fans). It's a beach-read kind of book and easy page-turner. Rather unfortunately, for both Millennial Print and Simon Schuster, it feels like the production process was r...

    I?ll be honest, it was pretty bland most of the way through. I was intent on rating it a 3-star book but something about that last 25% really pulled me in. That bit was fun to read so it inched it?s way up to 3.5 stars for me. It?s not new, challenging, very well-written or a...

    Marriage Vacation is a lot like Rogue One. The whole purpose--and really, the only plot point--of Rogue One was to explain how the Death Star could have been so easily penetrated and destroyed by Luke Skywalker in a movie that came out decades ago. It is backstory (yawn), and we know h...

    As a huge fan of Younger when I heard about this book I nearly fainted. Literally nearly fainted. There have been only a select few (I can only think of Charm from All My Children) that have been featured on a show and created in real life. Being able to read page 58 and understanding ...

    If you're a fan of the show Younger, you need to pick this book up ASAP. How did I not know they were turning this into an actual book?!?! So excited to read it! If you haven't heard of or have never watched Younger, then you are missing out on an amazing show, one that I think ...

    As you may know, I am a huge fan of the show Younger. When I found out that Marriage Vacation was going to become a real book, I was excited and nervous. I know in general that when books are tie-ins for TV, they aren't always very good.  This book is actually surprisingly good. It...

    I mean I'm very #teamcharles but I was interested in reading this as an extension of the fictional world of Younger. It was a quick, fun read, although not well written enough to be as amazing as Liza sells it to be in the show? (Though page 58 lives up to the hype.) It's a catch-22. A...

  • Jillian
    Jun 08, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

  • Jamie Rosenblit
    Jun 12, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

    DNF, couldn't get behind Pauline as the protagonist. I'm not a huge fan of her in the show, and although the book made her as sympathetic as possible, I couldn't put the show to the side while reading it. I think I would've really liked it otherwise! ...

    Really enjoyed this having been a long time fan of Younger (since the first episode) and it was nice to look into "Pauline's world" - however, being #TeamCharles, I do hate to sympathize with Pauline in any sense! This was a great tie in - also would recommend even for those who don't ...

  • Bailey
    Aug 05, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

    DNF, couldn't get behind Pauline as the protagonist. I'm not a huge fan of her in the show, and although the book made her as sympathetic as possible, I couldn't put the show to the side while reading it. I think I would've really liked it otherwise! ...

    Really enjoyed this having been a long time fan of Younger (since the first episode) and it was nice to look into "Pauline's world" - however, being #TeamCharles, I do hate to sympathize with Pauline in any sense! This was a great tie in - also would recommend even for those who don't ...

    I?m going to be totally honest: this book review isn?t totally unbiased. You see, I am a huge fan of the tv show Younger and have literally counted down the minutes until this book was released. I just HAD to know Pauline?s (er, Kate?s) story of her year away from Charles (er, ...

    So, so fun. I'm still Team Liza, but damn do I love Pauline. This book is so great. ...

    This was fun! It is absolutely a show tie-in, but if for some reason you don?t watch Younger and you wanted to read it, you wouldn?t have any issue. Jo Piazza is a great chick lit writer and this is no exception. Very, very fun and adds more depth to the character on the show. ...

  • Alexandria Fanjoy
    Jul 29, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

    DNF, couldn't get behind Pauline as the protagonist. I'm not a huge fan of her in the show, and although the book made her as sympathetic as possible, I couldn't put the show to the side while reading it. I think I would've really liked it otherwise! ...

    Really enjoyed this having been a long time fan of Younger (since the first episode) and it was nice to look into "Pauline's world" - however, being #TeamCharles, I do hate to sympathize with Pauline in any sense! This was a great tie in - also would recommend even for those who don't ...

    I?m going to be totally honest: this book review isn?t totally unbiased. You see, I am a huge fan of the tv show Younger and have literally counted down the minutes until this book was released. I just HAD to know Pauline?s (er, Kate?s) story of her year away from Charles (er, ...

    So, so fun. I'm still Team Liza, but damn do I love Pauline. This book is so great. ...

    This was fun! It is absolutely a show tie-in, but if for some reason you don?t watch Younger and you wanted to read it, you wouldn?t have any issue. Jo Piazza is a great chick lit writer and this is no exception. Very, very fun and adds more depth to the character on the show. ...

    Absolutely awful. If my brain wasn?t needing a break I would have given up. Makes Eat, Pray, Love (one of the worst, most self indulgent books ever conceived, said as an Elizabeth Gilbert fan) feel like a masterpiece. ...

    A big hit for Millennial Print. Didn't love the ending though. ...

    I wanted to read this because I am a Younger fan... Urg. Kate (Pauline) is so infuriating that I often wanted to throw the book. I would have rathered a more realistic ending. *Spoiler Alert* No way would I have let that selfish bitch come home. ...

    As a tie-in to the TV show Younger, this book is more or less guaranteed to be a bestseller (or at least a hit with fans). It's a beach-read kind of book and easy page-turner. Rather unfortunately, for both Millennial Print and Simon Schuster, it feels like the production process was r...

    I?ll be honest, it was pretty bland most of the way through. I was intent on rating it a 3-star book but something about that last 25% really pulled me in. That bit was fun to read so it inched it?s way up to 3.5 stars for me. It?s not new, challenging, very well-written or a...

    Marriage Vacation is a lot like Rogue One. The whole purpose--and really, the only plot point--of Rogue One was to explain how the Death Star could have been so easily penetrated and destroyed by Luke Skywalker in a movie that came out decades ago. It is backstory (yawn), and we know h...

    As a huge fan of Younger when I heard about this book I nearly fainted. Literally nearly fainted. There have been only a select few (I can only think of Charm from All My Children) that have been featured on a show and created in real life. Being able to read page 58 and understanding ...

    If you're a fan of the show Younger, you need to pick this book up ASAP. How did I not know they were turning this into an actual book?!?! So excited to read it! If you haven't heard of or have never watched Younger, then you are missing out on an amazing show, one that I think ...

    As you may know, I am a huge fan of the show Younger. When I found out that Marriage Vacation was going to become a real book, I was excited and nervous. I know in general that when books are tie-ins for TV, they aren't always very good.  This book is actually surprisingly good. It...

    I mean I'm very #teamcharles but I was interested in reading this as an extension of the fictional world of Younger. It was a quick, fun read, although not well written enough to be as amazing as Liza sells it to be in the show? (Though page 58 lives up to the hype.) It's a catch-22. A...

    I wanted to love this book because I love the show but I just really didn't relate to this one. It all seemed a little cliche and I wanted more from it - more about their marriage before she left, more about their reconnecting after she got back. I wanted it to be juicier knowing what ...

    I wasn?t expecting much from this book, but I?m a fan of Younger and was curious to hear Pauline?s side of the story. This salacious summer read did not disappoint! I felt like I was accessing bonus content to the show, but also that I really did stand on its own (without the sho...

    So, I read this book because it's a conceit produced by the TV show YOUNGER, one of my favorite guilty pleasures. My reading was therefore influenced by storylines on the show and how I feel about the fictional author of this book (Pauline Turner is a character on the show, not the rea...

    3.75 Stars ...

    Let me start by saying that I don?t watch Younger. Maybe if I did, I wouldn?t mind the frustrating story, illogical plot, and mediocre writing. But like I said, I don?t watch Younger. ...

    This book was fairly entertaining and enjoyable even though it was loosely based off a tv show. I?d recommend it! ...

    3 star book, 4 star enjoyment. ...

  • nomadreader (Carrie D-L)
    Jun 10, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

    DNF, couldn't get behind Pauline as the protagonist. I'm not a huge fan of her in the show, and although the book made her as sympathetic as possible, I couldn't put the show to the side while reading it. I think I would've really liked it otherwise! ...

    Really enjoyed this having been a long time fan of Younger (since the first episode) and it was nice to look into "Pauline's world" - however, being #TeamCharles, I do hate to sympathize with Pauline in any sense! This was a great tie in - also would recommend even for those who don't ...

    I?m going to be totally honest: this book review isn?t totally unbiased. You see, I am a huge fan of the tv show Younger and have literally counted down the minutes until this book was released. I just HAD to know Pauline?s (er, Kate?s) story of her year away from Charles (er, ...

    So, so fun. I'm still Team Liza, but damn do I love Pauline. This book is so great. ...

  • Adelyn
    Jun 06, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

    DNF, couldn't get behind Pauline as the protagonist. I'm not a huge fan of her in the show, and although the book made her as sympathetic as possible, I couldn't put the show to the side while reading it. I think I would've really liked it otherwise! ...

    Really enjoyed this having been a long time fan of Younger (since the first episode) and it was nice to look into "Pauline's world" - however, being #TeamCharles, I do hate to sympathize with Pauline in any sense! This was a great tie in - also would recommend even for those who don't ...

    I?m going to be totally honest: this book review isn?t totally unbiased. You see, I am a huge fan of the tv show Younger and have literally counted down the minutes until this book was released. I just HAD to know Pauline?s (er, Kate?s) story of her year away from Charles (er, ...

    So, so fun. I'm still Team Liza, but damn do I love Pauline. This book is so great. ...

    This was fun! It is absolutely a show tie-in, but if for some reason you don?t watch Younger and you wanted to read it, you wouldn?t have any issue. Jo Piazza is a great chick lit writer and this is no exception. Very, very fun and adds more depth to the character on the show. ...

    Absolutely awful. If my brain wasn?t needing a break I would have given up. Makes Eat, Pray, Love (one of the worst, most self indulgent books ever conceived, said as an Elizabeth Gilbert fan) feel like a masterpiece. ...

    A big hit for Millennial Print. Didn't love the ending though. ...

    I wanted to read this because I am a Younger fan... Urg. Kate (Pauline) is so infuriating that I often wanted to throw the book. I would have rathered a more realistic ending. *Spoiler Alert* No way would I have let that selfish bitch come home. ...

    As a tie-in to the TV show Younger, this book is more or less guaranteed to be a bestseller (or at least a hit with fans). It's a beach-read kind of book and easy page-turner. Rather unfortunately, for both Millennial Print and Simon Schuster, it feels like the production process was r...

    I?ll be honest, it was pretty bland most of the way through. I was intent on rating it a 3-star book but something about that last 25% really pulled me in. That bit was fun to read so it inched it?s way up to 3.5 stars for me. It?s not new, challenging, very well-written or a...

    Marriage Vacation is a lot like Rogue One. The whole purpose--and really, the only plot point--of Rogue One was to explain how the Death Star could have been so easily penetrated and destroyed by Luke Skywalker in a movie that came out decades ago. It is backstory (yawn), and we know h...

    As a huge fan of Younger when I heard about this book I nearly fainted. Literally nearly fainted. There have been only a select few (I can only think of Charm from All My Children) that have been featured on a show and created in real life. Being able to read page 58 and understanding ...

    If you're a fan of the show Younger, you need to pick this book up ASAP. How did I not know they were turning this into an actual book?!?! So excited to read it! If you haven't heard of or have never watched Younger, then you are missing out on an amazing show, one that I think ...

    As you may know, I am a huge fan of the show Younger. When I found out that Marriage Vacation was going to become a real book, I was excited and nervous. I know in general that when books are tie-ins for TV, they aren't always very good.  This book is actually surprisingly good. It...

    I mean I'm very #teamcharles but I was interested in reading this as an extension of the fictional world of Younger. It was a quick, fun read, although not well written enough to be as amazing as Liza sells it to be in the show? (Though page 58 lives up to the hype.) It's a catch-22. A...

    I wanted to love this book because I love the show but I just really didn't relate to this one. It all seemed a little cliche and I wanted more from it - more about their marriage before she left, more about their reconnecting after she got back. I wanted it to be juicier knowing what ...

    I wasn?t expecting much from this book, but I?m a fan of Younger and was curious to hear Pauline?s side of the story. This salacious summer read did not disappoint! I felt like I was accessing bonus content to the show, but also that I really did stand on its own (without the sho...

    So, I read this book because it's a conceit produced by the TV show YOUNGER, one of my favorite guilty pleasures. My reading was therefore influenced by storylines on the show and how I feel about the fictional author of this book (Pauline Turner is a character on the show, not the rea...

    3.75 Stars ...

    Let me start by saying that I don?t watch Younger. Maybe if I did, I wouldn?t mind the frustrating story, illogical plot, and mediocre writing. But like I said, I don?t watch Younger. ...

    This book was fairly entertaining and enjoyable even though it was loosely based off a tv show. I?d recommend it! ...

    3 star book, 4 star enjoyment. ...

    ?????????????? ...

    Great quick read companion to Younger! Captures that same finding yourself vibe as the show ...

  • Kelsey
    Jun 11, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

    DNF, couldn't get behind Pauline as the protagonist. I'm not a huge fan of her in the show, and although the book made her as sympathetic as possible, I couldn't put the show to the side while reading it. I think I would've really liked it otherwise! ...

    Really enjoyed this having been a long time fan of Younger (since the first episode) and it was nice to look into "Pauline's world" - however, being #TeamCharles, I do hate to sympathize with Pauline in any sense! This was a great tie in - also would recommend even for those who don't ...

    I?m going to be totally honest: this book review isn?t totally unbiased. You see, I am a huge fan of the tv show Younger and have literally counted down the minutes until this book was released. I just HAD to know Pauline?s (er, Kate?s) story of her year away from Charles (er, ...

    So, so fun. I'm still Team Liza, but damn do I love Pauline. This book is so great. ...

    This was fun! It is absolutely a show tie-in, but if for some reason you don?t watch Younger and you wanted to read it, you wouldn?t have any issue. Jo Piazza is a great chick lit writer and this is no exception. Very, very fun and adds more depth to the character on the show. ...

    Absolutely awful. If my brain wasn?t needing a break I would have given up. Makes Eat, Pray, Love (one of the worst, most self indulgent books ever conceived, said as an Elizabeth Gilbert fan) feel like a masterpiece. ...

    A big hit for Millennial Print. Didn't love the ending though. ...

  • Cordula
    Jun 17, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

    DNF, couldn't get behind Pauline as the protagonist. I'm not a huge fan of her in the show, and although the book made her as sympathetic as possible, I couldn't put the show to the side while reading it. I think I would've really liked it otherwise! ...

    Really enjoyed this having been a long time fan of Younger (since the first episode) and it was nice to look into "Pauline's world" - however, being #TeamCharles, I do hate to sympathize with Pauline in any sense! This was a great tie in - also would recommend even for those who don't ...

    I?m going to be totally honest: this book review isn?t totally unbiased. You see, I am a huge fan of the tv show Younger and have literally counted down the minutes until this book was released. I just HAD to know Pauline?s (er, Kate?s) story of her year away from Charles (er, ...

    So, so fun. I'm still Team Liza, but damn do I love Pauline. This book is so great. ...

    This was fun! It is absolutely a show tie-in, but if for some reason you don?t watch Younger and you wanted to read it, you wouldn?t have any issue. Jo Piazza is a great chick lit writer and this is no exception. Very, very fun and adds more depth to the character on the show. ...

    Absolutely awful. If my brain wasn?t needing a break I would have given up. Makes Eat, Pray, Love (one of the worst, most self indulgent books ever conceived, said as an Elizabeth Gilbert fan) feel like a masterpiece. ...

    A big hit for Millennial Print. Didn't love the ending though. ...

    I wanted to read this because I am a Younger fan... Urg. Kate (Pauline) is so infuriating that I often wanted to throw the book. I would have rathered a more realistic ending. *Spoiler Alert* No way would I have let that selfish bitch come home. ...

    As a tie-in to the TV show Younger, this book is more or less guaranteed to be a bestseller (or at least a hit with fans). It's a beach-read kind of book and easy page-turner. Rather unfortunately, for both Millennial Print and Simon Schuster, it feels like the production process was r...

  • Kim
    Jun 10, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

    DNF, couldn't get behind Pauline as the protagonist. I'm not a huge fan of her in the show, and although the book made her as sympathetic as possible, I couldn't put the show to the side while reading it. I think I would've really liked it otherwise! ...

    Really enjoyed this having been a long time fan of Younger (since the first episode) and it was nice to look into "Pauline's world" - however, being #TeamCharles, I do hate to sympathize with Pauline in any sense! This was a great tie in - also would recommend even for those who don't ...

    I?m going to be totally honest: this book review isn?t totally unbiased. You see, I am a huge fan of the tv show Younger and have literally counted down the minutes until this book was released. I just HAD to know Pauline?s (er, Kate?s) story of her year away from Charles (er, ...

    So, so fun. I'm still Team Liza, but damn do I love Pauline. This book is so great. ...

    This was fun! It is absolutely a show tie-in, but if for some reason you don?t watch Younger and you wanted to read it, you wouldn?t have any issue. Jo Piazza is a great chick lit writer and this is no exception. Very, very fun and adds more depth to the character on the show. ...

    Absolutely awful. If my brain wasn?t needing a break I would have given up. Makes Eat, Pray, Love (one of the worst, most self indulgent books ever conceived, said as an Elizabeth Gilbert fan) feel like a masterpiece. ...

  • Nate
    Jun 16, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

    DNF, couldn't get behind Pauline as the protagonist. I'm not a huge fan of her in the show, and although the book made her as sympathetic as possible, I couldn't put the show to the side while reading it. I think I would've really liked it otherwise! ...

    Really enjoyed this having been a long time fan of Younger (since the first episode) and it was nice to look into "Pauline's world" - however, being #TeamCharles, I do hate to sympathize with Pauline in any sense! This was a great tie in - also would recommend even for those who don't ...

    I?m going to be totally honest: this book review isn?t totally unbiased. You see, I am a huge fan of the tv show Younger and have literally counted down the minutes until this book was released. I just HAD to know Pauline?s (er, Kate?s) story of her year away from Charles (er, ...

    So, so fun. I'm still Team Liza, but damn do I love Pauline. This book is so great. ...

    This was fun! It is absolutely a show tie-in, but if for some reason you don?t watch Younger and you wanted to read it, you wouldn?t have any issue. Jo Piazza is a great chick lit writer and this is no exception. Very, very fun and adds more depth to the character on the show. ...

    Absolutely awful. If my brain wasn?t needing a break I would have given up. Makes Eat, Pray, Love (one of the worst, most self indulgent books ever conceived, said as an Elizabeth Gilbert fan) feel like a masterpiece. ...

    A big hit for Millennial Print. Didn't love the ending though. ...

    I wanted to read this because I am a Younger fan... Urg. Kate (Pauline) is so infuriating that I often wanted to throw the book. I would have rathered a more realistic ending. *Spoiler Alert* No way would I have let that selfish bitch come home. ...

    As a tie-in to the TV show Younger, this book is more or less guaranteed to be a bestseller (or at least a hit with fans). It's a beach-read kind of book and easy page-turner. Rather unfortunately, for both Millennial Print and Simon Schuster, it feels like the production process was r...

    I?ll be honest, it was pretty bland most of the way through. I was intent on rating it a 3-star book but something about that last 25% really pulled me in. That bit was fun to read so it inched it?s way up to 3.5 stars for me. It?s not new, challenging, very well-written or a...

    Marriage Vacation is a lot like Rogue One. The whole purpose--and really, the only plot point--of Rogue One was to explain how the Death Star could have been so easily penetrated and destroyed by Luke Skywalker in a movie that came out decades ago. It is backstory (yawn), and we know h...

    As a huge fan of Younger when I heard about this book I nearly fainted. Literally nearly fainted. There have been only a select few (I can only think of Charm from All My Children) that have been featured on a show and created in real life. Being able to read page 58 and understanding ...

  • Beth Blevins
    Jun 21, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

    DNF, couldn't get behind Pauline as the protagonist. I'm not a huge fan of her in the show, and although the book made her as sympathetic as possible, I couldn't put the show to the side while reading it. I think I would've really liked it otherwise! ...

    Really enjoyed this having been a long time fan of Younger (since the first episode) and it was nice to look into "Pauline's world" - however, being #TeamCharles, I do hate to sympathize with Pauline in any sense! This was a great tie in - also would recommend even for those who don't ...

    I?m going to be totally honest: this book review isn?t totally unbiased. You see, I am a huge fan of the tv show Younger and have literally counted down the minutes until this book was released. I just HAD to know Pauline?s (er, Kate?s) story of her year away from Charles (er, ...

    So, so fun. I'm still Team Liza, but damn do I love Pauline. This book is so great. ...

    This was fun! It is absolutely a show tie-in, but if for some reason you don?t watch Younger and you wanted to read it, you wouldn?t have any issue. Jo Piazza is a great chick lit writer and this is no exception. Very, very fun and adds more depth to the character on the show. ...

    Absolutely awful. If my brain wasn?t needing a break I would have given up. Makes Eat, Pray, Love (one of the worst, most self indulgent books ever conceived, said as an Elizabeth Gilbert fan) feel like a masterpiece. ...

    A big hit for Millennial Print. Didn't love the ending though. ...

    I wanted to read this because I am a Younger fan... Urg. Kate (Pauline) is so infuriating that I often wanted to throw the book. I would have rathered a more realistic ending. *Spoiler Alert* No way would I have let that selfish bitch come home. ...

    As a tie-in to the TV show Younger, this book is more or less guaranteed to be a bestseller (or at least a hit with fans). It's a beach-read kind of book and easy page-turner. Rather unfortunately, for both Millennial Print and Simon Schuster, it feels like the production process was r...

    I?ll be honest, it was pretty bland most of the way through. I was intent on rating it a 3-star book but something about that last 25% really pulled me in. That bit was fun to read so it inched it?s way up to 3.5 stars for me. It?s not new, challenging, very well-written or a...

    Marriage Vacation is a lot like Rogue One. The whole purpose--and really, the only plot point--of Rogue One was to explain how the Death Star could have been so easily penetrated and destroyed by Luke Skywalker in a movie that came out decades ago. It is backstory (yawn), and we know h...

  • Natalia Buia
    Jul 04, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

    DNF, couldn't get behind Pauline as the protagonist. I'm not a huge fan of her in the show, and although the book made her as sympathetic as possible, I couldn't put the show to the side while reading it. I think I would've really liked it otherwise! ...

    Really enjoyed this having been a long time fan of Younger (since the first episode) and it was nice to look into "Pauline's world" - however, being #TeamCharles, I do hate to sympathize with Pauline in any sense! This was a great tie in - also would recommend even for those who don't ...

    I?m going to be totally honest: this book review isn?t totally unbiased. You see, I am a huge fan of the tv show Younger and have literally counted down the minutes until this book was released. I just HAD to know Pauline?s (er, Kate?s) story of her year away from Charles (er, ...

    So, so fun. I'm still Team Liza, but damn do I love Pauline. This book is so great. ...

    This was fun! It is absolutely a show tie-in, but if for some reason you don?t watch Younger and you wanted to read it, you wouldn?t have any issue. Jo Piazza is a great chick lit writer and this is no exception. Very, very fun and adds more depth to the character on the show. ...

    Absolutely awful. If my brain wasn?t needing a break I would have given up. Makes Eat, Pray, Love (one of the worst, most self indulgent books ever conceived, said as an Elizabeth Gilbert fan) feel like a masterpiece. ...

    A big hit for Millennial Print. Didn't love the ending though. ...

    I wanted to read this because I am a Younger fan... Urg. Kate (Pauline) is so infuriating that I often wanted to throw the book. I would have rathered a more realistic ending. *Spoiler Alert* No way would I have let that selfish bitch come home. ...

    As a tie-in to the TV show Younger, this book is more or less guaranteed to be a bestseller (or at least a hit with fans). It's a beach-read kind of book and easy page-turner. Rather unfortunately, for both Millennial Print and Simon Schuster, it feels like the production process was r...

    I?ll be honest, it was pretty bland most of the way through. I was intent on rating it a 3-star book but something about that last 25% really pulled me in. That bit was fun to read so it inched it?s way up to 3.5 stars for me. It?s not new, challenging, very well-written or a...

    Marriage Vacation is a lot like Rogue One. The whole purpose--and really, the only plot point--of Rogue One was to explain how the Death Star could have been so easily penetrated and destroyed by Luke Skywalker in a movie that came out decades ago. It is backstory (yawn), and we know h...

    As a huge fan of Younger when I heard about this book I nearly fainted. Literally nearly fainted. There have been only a select few (I can only think of Charm from All My Children) that have been featured on a show and created in real life. Being able to read page 58 and understanding ...

    If you're a fan of the show Younger, you need to pick this book up ASAP. How did I not know they were turning this into an actual book?!?! So excited to read it! If you haven't heard of or have never watched Younger, then you are missing out on an amazing show, one that I think ...

    As you may know, I am a huge fan of the show Younger. When I found out that Marriage Vacation was going to become a real book, I was excited and nervous. I know in general that when books are tie-ins for TV, they aren't always very good.  This book is actually surprisingly good. It...

    I mean I'm very #teamcharles but I was interested in reading this as an extension of the fictional world of Younger. It was a quick, fun read, although not well written enough to be as amazing as Liza sells it to be in the show? (Though page 58 lives up to the hype.) It's a catch-22. A...

    I wanted to love this book because I love the show but I just really didn't relate to this one. It all seemed a little cliche and I wanted more from it - more about their marriage before she left, more about their reconnecting after she got back. I wanted it to be juicier knowing what ...

    I wasn?t expecting much from this book, but I?m a fan of Younger and was curious to hear Pauline?s side of the story. This salacious summer read did not disappoint! I felt like I was accessing bonus content to the show, but also that I really did stand on its own (without the sho...

    So, I read this book because it's a conceit produced by the TV show YOUNGER, one of my favorite guilty pleasures. My reading was therefore influenced by storylines on the show and how I feel about the fictional author of this book (Pauline Turner is a character on the show, not the rea...

    3.75 Stars ...

    Let me start by saying that I don?t watch Younger. Maybe if I did, I wouldn?t mind the frustrating story, illogical plot, and mediocre writing. But like I said, I don?t watch Younger. ...

    This book was fairly entertaining and enjoyable even though it was loosely based off a tv show. I?d recommend it! ...

    3 star book, 4 star enjoyment. ...

    ?????????????? ...

    Great quick read companion to Younger! Captures that same finding yourself vibe as the show ...

    This book was such a nice quick read! I?m a huge fan of the show younger and was very excited when it was announced that they actually were releasing the book from the show! While I think even those who aren?t fans of the show (which if you haven?t watched it you really should be...

    If you've read Eat Pray Love and wtched the movie, there's no need to read this book. Kate, the main character and narrator is just a terrible, annoying, onbnoxious, tone deaf person and I would not be her friend if I knew her in real life. ...

  • Lisabcates
    Aug 12, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

    DNF, couldn't get behind Pauline as the protagonist. I'm not a huge fan of her in the show, and although the book made her as sympathetic as possible, I couldn't put the show to the side while reading it. I think I would've really liked it otherwise! ...

    Really enjoyed this having been a long time fan of Younger (since the first episode) and it was nice to look into "Pauline's world" - however, being #TeamCharles, I do hate to sympathize with Pauline in any sense! This was a great tie in - also would recommend even for those who don't ...

    I?m going to be totally honest: this book review isn?t totally unbiased. You see, I am a huge fan of the tv show Younger and have literally counted down the minutes until this book was released. I just HAD to know Pauline?s (er, Kate?s) story of her year away from Charles (er, ...

    So, so fun. I'm still Team Liza, but damn do I love Pauline. This book is so great. ...

    This was fun! It is absolutely a show tie-in, but if for some reason you don?t watch Younger and you wanted to read it, you wouldn?t have any issue. Jo Piazza is a great chick lit writer and this is no exception. Very, very fun and adds more depth to the character on the show. ...

    Absolutely awful. If my brain wasn?t needing a break I would have given up. Makes Eat, Pray, Love (one of the worst, most self indulgent books ever conceived, said as an Elizabeth Gilbert fan) feel like a masterpiece. ...

    A big hit for Millennial Print. Didn't love the ending though. ...

    I wanted to read this because I am a Younger fan... Urg. Kate (Pauline) is so infuriating that I often wanted to throw the book. I would have rathered a more realistic ending. *Spoiler Alert* No way would I have let that selfish bitch come home. ...

    As a tie-in to the TV show Younger, this book is more or less guaranteed to be a bestseller (or at least a hit with fans). It's a beach-read kind of book and easy page-turner. Rather unfortunately, for both Millennial Print and Simon Schuster, it feels like the production process was r...

    I?ll be honest, it was pretty bland most of the way through. I was intent on rating it a 3-star book but something about that last 25% really pulled me in. That bit was fun to read so it inched it?s way up to 3.5 stars for me. It?s not new, challenging, very well-written or a...

    Marriage Vacation is a lot like Rogue One. The whole purpose--and really, the only plot point--of Rogue One was to explain how the Death Star could have been so easily penetrated and destroyed by Luke Skywalker in a movie that came out decades ago. It is backstory (yawn), and we know h...

    As a huge fan of Younger when I heard about this book I nearly fainted. Literally nearly fainted. There have been only a select few (I can only think of Charm from All My Children) that have been featured on a show and created in real life. Being able to read page 58 and understanding ...

    If you're a fan of the show Younger, you need to pick this book up ASAP. How did I not know they were turning this into an actual book?!?! So excited to read it! If you haven't heard of or have never watched Younger, then you are missing out on an amazing show, one that I think ...

    As you may know, I am a huge fan of the show Younger. When I found out that Marriage Vacation was going to become a real book, I was excited and nervous. I know in general that when books are tie-ins for TV, they aren't always very good.  This book is actually surprisingly good. It...

    I mean I'm very #teamcharles but I was interested in reading this as an extension of the fictional world of Younger. It was a quick, fun read, although not well written enough to be as amazing as Liza sells it to be in the show? (Though page 58 lives up to the hype.) It's a catch-22. A...

    I wanted to love this book because I love the show but I just really didn't relate to this one. It all seemed a little cliche and I wanted more from it - more about their marriage before she left, more about their reconnecting after she got back. I wanted it to be juicier knowing what ...

    I wasn?t expecting much from this book, but I?m a fan of Younger and was curious to hear Pauline?s side of the story. This salacious summer read did not disappoint! I felt like I was accessing bonus content to the show, but also that I really did stand on its own (without the sho...

    So, I read this book because it's a conceit produced by the TV show YOUNGER, one of my favorite guilty pleasures. My reading was therefore influenced by storylines on the show and how I feel about the fictional author of this book (Pauline Turner is a character on the show, not the rea...

    3.75 Stars ...

    Let me start by saying that I don?t watch Younger. Maybe if I did, I wouldn?t mind the frustrating story, illogical plot, and mediocre writing. But like I said, I don?t watch Younger. ...

    This book was fairly entertaining and enjoyable even though it was loosely based off a tv show. I?d recommend it! ...

    3 star book, 4 star enjoyment. ...

    ?????????????? ...

    Great quick read companion to Younger! Captures that same finding yourself vibe as the show ...

    This book was such a nice quick read! I?m a huge fan of the show younger and was very excited when it was announced that they actually were releasing the book from the show! While I think even those who aren?t fans of the show (which if you haven?t watched it you really should be...

    If you've read Eat Pray Love and wtched the movie, there's no need to read this book. Kate, the main character and narrator is just a terrible, annoying, onbnoxious, tone deaf person and I would not be her friend if I knew her in real life. ...

    Interesting read although at some times unrealistic from my viewpoint ...

  • Betsy
    Aug 07, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

    DNF, couldn't get behind Pauline as the protagonist. I'm not a huge fan of her in the show, and although the book made her as sympathetic as possible, I couldn't put the show to the side while reading it. I think I would've really liked it otherwise! ...

    Really enjoyed this having been a long time fan of Younger (since the first episode) and it was nice to look into "Pauline's world" - however, being #TeamCharles, I do hate to sympathize with Pauline in any sense! This was a great tie in - also would recommend even for those who don't ...

    I?m going to be totally honest: this book review isn?t totally unbiased. You see, I am a huge fan of the tv show Younger and have literally counted down the minutes until this book was released. I just HAD to know Pauline?s (er, Kate?s) story of her year away from Charles (er, ...

    So, so fun. I'm still Team Liza, but damn do I love Pauline. This book is so great. ...

    This was fun! It is absolutely a show tie-in, but if for some reason you don?t watch Younger and you wanted to read it, you wouldn?t have any issue. Jo Piazza is a great chick lit writer and this is no exception. Very, very fun and adds more depth to the character on the show. ...

    Absolutely awful. If my brain wasn?t needing a break I would have given up. Makes Eat, Pray, Love (one of the worst, most self indulgent books ever conceived, said as an Elizabeth Gilbert fan) feel like a masterpiece. ...

    A big hit for Millennial Print. Didn't love the ending though. ...

    I wanted to read this because I am a Younger fan... Urg. Kate (Pauline) is so infuriating that I often wanted to throw the book. I would have rathered a more realistic ending. *Spoiler Alert* No way would I have let that selfish bitch come home. ...

    As a tie-in to the TV show Younger, this book is more or less guaranteed to be a bestseller (or at least a hit with fans). It's a beach-read kind of book and easy page-turner. Rather unfortunately, for both Millennial Print and Simon Schuster, it feels like the production process was r...

    I?ll be honest, it was pretty bland most of the way through. I was intent on rating it a 3-star book but something about that last 25% really pulled me in. That bit was fun to read so it inched it?s way up to 3.5 stars for me. It?s not new, challenging, very well-written or a...

    Marriage Vacation is a lot like Rogue One. The whole purpose--and really, the only plot point--of Rogue One was to explain how the Death Star could have been so easily penetrated and destroyed by Luke Skywalker in a movie that came out decades ago. It is backstory (yawn), and we know h...

    As a huge fan of Younger when I heard about this book I nearly fainted. Literally nearly fainted. There have been only a select few (I can only think of Charm from All My Children) that have been featured on a show and created in real life. Being able to read page 58 and understanding ...

    If you're a fan of the show Younger, you need to pick this book up ASAP. How did I not know they were turning this into an actual book?!?! So excited to read it! If you haven't heard of or have never watched Younger, then you are missing out on an amazing show, one that I think ...

    As you may know, I am a huge fan of the show Younger. When I found out that Marriage Vacation was going to become a real book, I was excited and nervous. I know in general that when books are tie-ins for TV, they aren't always very good.  This book is actually surprisingly good. It...

    I mean I'm very #teamcharles but I was interested in reading this as an extension of the fictional world of Younger. It was a quick, fun read, although not well written enough to be as amazing as Liza sells it to be in the show? (Though page 58 lives up to the hype.) It's a catch-22. A...

    I wanted to love this book because I love the show but I just really didn't relate to this one. It all seemed a little cliche and I wanted more from it - more about their marriage before she left, more about their reconnecting after she got back. I wanted it to be juicier knowing what ...

    I wasn?t expecting much from this book, but I?m a fan of Younger and was curious to hear Pauline?s side of the story. This salacious summer read did not disappoint! I felt like I was accessing bonus content to the show, but also that I really did stand on its own (without the sho...

    So, I read this book because it's a conceit produced by the TV show YOUNGER, one of my favorite guilty pleasures. My reading was therefore influenced by storylines on the show and how I feel about the fictional author of this book (Pauline Turner is a character on the show, not the rea...

  • Gina Wojcik
    Aug 06, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

    DNF, couldn't get behind Pauline as the protagonist. I'm not a huge fan of her in the show, and although the book made her as sympathetic as possible, I couldn't put the show to the side while reading it. I think I would've really liked it otherwise! ...

    Really enjoyed this having been a long time fan of Younger (since the first episode) and it was nice to look into "Pauline's world" - however, being #TeamCharles, I do hate to sympathize with Pauline in any sense! This was a great tie in - also would recommend even for those who don't ...

    I?m going to be totally honest: this book review isn?t totally unbiased. You see, I am a huge fan of the tv show Younger and have literally counted down the minutes until this book was released. I just HAD to know Pauline?s (er, Kate?s) story of her year away from Charles (er, ...

    So, so fun. I'm still Team Liza, but damn do I love Pauline. This book is so great. ...

    This was fun! It is absolutely a show tie-in, but if for some reason you don?t watch Younger and you wanted to read it, you wouldn?t have any issue. Jo Piazza is a great chick lit writer and this is no exception. Very, very fun and adds more depth to the character on the show. ...

    Absolutely awful. If my brain wasn?t needing a break I would have given up. Makes Eat, Pray, Love (one of the worst, most self indulgent books ever conceived, said as an Elizabeth Gilbert fan) feel like a masterpiece. ...

    A big hit for Millennial Print. Didn't love the ending though. ...

    I wanted to read this because I am a Younger fan... Urg. Kate (Pauline) is so infuriating that I often wanted to throw the book. I would have rathered a more realistic ending. *Spoiler Alert* No way would I have let that selfish bitch come home. ...

    As a tie-in to the TV show Younger, this book is more or less guaranteed to be a bestseller (or at least a hit with fans). It's a beach-read kind of book and easy page-turner. Rather unfortunately, for both Millennial Print and Simon Schuster, it feels like the production process was r...

    I?ll be honest, it was pretty bland most of the way through. I was intent on rating it a 3-star book but something about that last 25% really pulled me in. That bit was fun to read so it inched it?s way up to 3.5 stars for me. It?s not new, challenging, very well-written or a...

    Marriage Vacation is a lot like Rogue One. The whole purpose--and really, the only plot point--of Rogue One was to explain how the Death Star could have been so easily penetrated and destroyed by Luke Skywalker in a movie that came out decades ago. It is backstory (yawn), and we know h...

    As a huge fan of Younger when I heard about this book I nearly fainted. Literally nearly fainted. There have been only a select few (I can only think of Charm from All My Children) that have been featured on a show and created in real life. Being able to read page 58 and understanding ...

    If you're a fan of the show Younger, you need to pick this book up ASAP. How did I not know they were turning this into an actual book?!?! So excited to read it! If you haven't heard of or have never watched Younger, then you are missing out on an amazing show, one that I think ...

    As you may know, I am a huge fan of the show Younger. When I found out that Marriage Vacation was going to become a real book, I was excited and nervous. I know in general that when books are tie-ins for TV, they aren't always very good.  This book is actually surprisingly good. It...

    I mean I'm very #teamcharles but I was interested in reading this as an extension of the fictional world of Younger. It was a quick, fun read, although not well written enough to be as amazing as Liza sells it to be in the show? (Though page 58 lives up to the hype.) It's a catch-22. A...

    I wanted to love this book because I love the show but I just really didn't relate to this one. It all seemed a little cliche and I wanted more from it - more about their marriage before she left, more about their reconnecting after she got back. I wanted it to be juicier knowing what ...

    I wasn?t expecting much from this book, but I?m a fan of Younger and was curious to hear Pauline?s side of the story. This salacious summer read did not disappoint! I felt like I was accessing bonus content to the show, but also that I really did stand on its own (without the sho...

    So, I read this book because it's a conceit produced by the TV show YOUNGER, one of my favorite guilty pleasures. My reading was therefore influenced by storylines on the show and how I feel about the fictional author of this book (Pauline Turner is a character on the show, not the rea...

    3.75 Stars ...

    Let me start by saying that I don?t watch Younger. Maybe if I did, I wouldn?t mind the frustrating story, illogical plot, and mediocre writing. But like I said, I don?t watch Younger. ...

    This book was fairly entertaining and enjoyable even though it was loosely based off a tv show. I?d recommend it! ...

    3 star book, 4 star enjoyment. ...

    ?????????????? ...

    Great quick read companion to Younger! Captures that same finding yourself vibe as the show ...

    This book was such a nice quick read! I?m a huge fan of the show younger and was very excited when it was announced that they actually were releasing the book from the show! While I think even those who aren?t fans of the show (which if you haven?t watched it you really should be...

    If you've read Eat Pray Love and wtched the movie, there's no need to read this book. Kate, the main character and narrator is just a terrible, annoying, onbnoxious, tone deaf person and I would not be her friend if I knew her in real life. ...

    Interesting read although at some times unrealistic from my viewpoint ...

    I thought this would be total garbage considering it is a tie in novel to a sitcom and that cover and title scream "chick lit." It was actually really fun and pretty self aware. ...

    Was very disappointed in this book. I could not get past page 50 and gave up. The main character complains to much. From what I got out of the first 50 pages or so is that she is bored with her rich life and the husband doesn't pay attention to her. A lot of complaining. I will not rea...

  • Brooke Nuzie
    Jul 07, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

    DNF, couldn't get behind Pauline as the protagonist. I'm not a huge fan of her in the show, and although the book made her as sympathetic as possible, I couldn't put the show to the side while reading it. I think I would've really liked it otherwise! ...

    Really enjoyed this having been a long time fan of Younger (since the first episode) and it was nice to look into "Pauline's world" - however, being #TeamCharles, I do hate to sympathize with Pauline in any sense! This was a great tie in - also would recommend even for those who don't ...

    I?m going to be totally honest: this book review isn?t totally unbiased. You see, I am a huge fan of the tv show Younger and have literally counted down the minutes until this book was released. I just HAD to know Pauline?s (er, Kate?s) story of her year away from Charles (er, ...

    So, so fun. I'm still Team Liza, but damn do I love Pauline. This book is so great. ...

    This was fun! It is absolutely a show tie-in, but if for some reason you don?t watch Younger and you wanted to read it, you wouldn?t have any issue. Jo Piazza is a great chick lit writer and this is no exception. Very, very fun and adds more depth to the character on the show. ...

    Absolutely awful. If my brain wasn?t needing a break I would have given up. Makes Eat, Pray, Love (one of the worst, most self indulgent books ever conceived, said as an Elizabeth Gilbert fan) feel like a masterpiece. ...

    A big hit for Millennial Print. Didn't love the ending though. ...

    I wanted to read this because I am a Younger fan... Urg. Kate (Pauline) is so infuriating that I often wanted to throw the book. I would have rathered a more realistic ending. *Spoiler Alert* No way would I have let that selfish bitch come home. ...

    As a tie-in to the TV show Younger, this book is more or less guaranteed to be a bestseller (or at least a hit with fans). It's a beach-read kind of book and easy page-turner. Rather unfortunately, for both Millennial Print and Simon Schuster, it feels like the production process was r...

    I?ll be honest, it was pretty bland most of the way through. I was intent on rating it a 3-star book but something about that last 25% really pulled me in. That bit was fun to read so it inched it?s way up to 3.5 stars for me. It?s not new, challenging, very well-written or a...

    Marriage Vacation is a lot like Rogue One. The whole purpose--and really, the only plot point--of Rogue One was to explain how the Death Star could have been so easily penetrated and destroyed by Luke Skywalker in a movie that came out decades ago. It is backstory (yawn), and we know h...

    As a huge fan of Younger when I heard about this book I nearly fainted. Literally nearly fainted. There have been only a select few (I can only think of Charm from All My Children) that have been featured on a show and created in real life. Being able to read page 58 and understanding ...

    If you're a fan of the show Younger, you need to pick this book up ASAP. How did I not know they were turning this into an actual book?!?! So excited to read it! If you haven't heard of or have never watched Younger, then you are missing out on an amazing show, one that I think ...

    As you may know, I am a huge fan of the show Younger. When I found out that Marriage Vacation was going to become a real book, I was excited and nervous. I know in general that when books are tie-ins for TV, they aren't always very good.  This book is actually surprisingly good. It...

    I mean I'm very #teamcharles but I was interested in reading this as an extension of the fictional world of Younger. It was a quick, fun read, although not well written enough to be as amazing as Liza sells it to be in the show? (Though page 58 lives up to the hype.) It's a catch-22. A...

    I wanted to love this book because I love the show but I just really didn't relate to this one. It all seemed a little cliche and I wanted more from it - more about their marriage before she left, more about their reconnecting after she got back. I wanted it to be juicier knowing what ...

    I wasn?t expecting much from this book, but I?m a fan of Younger and was curious to hear Pauline?s side of the story. This salacious summer read did not disappoint! I felt like I was accessing bonus content to the show, but also that I really did stand on its own (without the sho...

    So, I read this book because it's a conceit produced by the TV show YOUNGER, one of my favorite guilty pleasures. My reading was therefore influenced by storylines on the show and how I feel about the fictional author of this book (Pauline Turner is a character on the show, not the rea...

    3.75 Stars ...

    Let me start by saying that I don?t watch Younger. Maybe if I did, I wouldn?t mind the frustrating story, illogical plot, and mediocre writing. But like I said, I don?t watch Younger. ...

  • Yvonne King
    Jul 30, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

    DNF, couldn't get behind Pauline as the protagonist. I'm not a huge fan of her in the show, and although the book made her as sympathetic as possible, I couldn't put the show to the side while reading it. I think I would've really liked it otherwise! ...

    Really enjoyed this having been a long time fan of Younger (since the first episode) and it was nice to look into "Pauline's world" - however, being #TeamCharles, I do hate to sympathize with Pauline in any sense! This was a great tie in - also would recommend even for those who don't ...

    I?m going to be totally honest: this book review isn?t totally unbiased. You see, I am a huge fan of the tv show Younger and have literally counted down the minutes until this book was released. I just HAD to know Pauline?s (er, Kate?s) story of her year away from Charles (er, ...

    So, so fun. I'm still Team Liza, but damn do I love Pauline. This book is so great. ...

    This was fun! It is absolutely a show tie-in, but if for some reason you don?t watch Younger and you wanted to read it, you wouldn?t have any issue. Jo Piazza is a great chick lit writer and this is no exception. Very, very fun and adds more depth to the character on the show. ...

    Absolutely awful. If my brain wasn?t needing a break I would have given up. Makes Eat, Pray, Love (one of the worst, most self indulgent books ever conceived, said as an Elizabeth Gilbert fan) feel like a masterpiece. ...

    A big hit for Millennial Print. Didn't love the ending though. ...

    I wanted to read this because I am a Younger fan... Urg. Kate (Pauline) is so infuriating that I often wanted to throw the book. I would have rathered a more realistic ending. *Spoiler Alert* No way would I have let that selfish bitch come home. ...

    As a tie-in to the TV show Younger, this book is more or less guaranteed to be a bestseller (or at least a hit with fans). It's a beach-read kind of book and easy page-turner. Rather unfortunately, for both Millennial Print and Simon Schuster, it feels like the production process was r...

    I?ll be honest, it was pretty bland most of the way through. I was intent on rating it a 3-star book but something about that last 25% really pulled me in. That bit was fun to read so it inched it?s way up to 3.5 stars for me. It?s not new, challenging, very well-written or a...

    Marriage Vacation is a lot like Rogue One. The whole purpose--and really, the only plot point--of Rogue One was to explain how the Death Star could have been so easily penetrated and destroyed by Luke Skywalker in a movie that came out decades ago. It is backstory (yawn), and we know h...

    As a huge fan of Younger when I heard about this book I nearly fainted. Literally nearly fainted. There have been only a select few (I can only think of Charm from All My Children) that have been featured on a show and created in real life. Being able to read page 58 and understanding ...

    If you're a fan of the show Younger, you need to pick this book up ASAP. How did I not know they were turning this into an actual book?!?! So excited to read it! If you haven't heard of or have never watched Younger, then you are missing out on an amazing show, one that I think ...

    As you may know, I am a huge fan of the show Younger. When I found out that Marriage Vacation was going to become a real book, I was excited and nervous. I know in general that when books are tie-ins for TV, they aren't always very good.  This book is actually surprisingly good. It...

    I mean I'm very #teamcharles but I was interested in reading this as an extension of the fictional world of Younger. It was a quick, fun read, although not well written enough to be as amazing as Liza sells it to be in the show? (Though page 58 lives up to the hype.) It's a catch-22. A...

    I wanted to love this book because I love the show but I just really didn't relate to this one. It all seemed a little cliche and I wanted more from it - more about their marriage before she left, more about their reconnecting after she got back. I wanted it to be juicier knowing what ...

    I wasn?t expecting much from this book, but I?m a fan of Younger and was curious to hear Pauline?s side of the story. This salacious summer read did not disappoint! I felt like I was accessing bonus content to the show, but also that I really did stand on its own (without the sho...

  • Jennifer Hagler
    Jun 19, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

    DNF, couldn't get behind Pauline as the protagonist. I'm not a huge fan of her in the show, and although the book made her as sympathetic as possible, I couldn't put the show to the side while reading it. I think I would've really liked it otherwise! ...

    Really enjoyed this having been a long time fan of Younger (since the first episode) and it was nice to look into "Pauline's world" - however, being #TeamCharles, I do hate to sympathize with Pauline in any sense! This was a great tie in - also would recommend even for those who don't ...

    I?m going to be totally honest: this book review isn?t totally unbiased. You see, I am a huge fan of the tv show Younger and have literally counted down the minutes until this book was released. I just HAD to know Pauline?s (er, Kate?s) story of her year away from Charles (er, ...

    So, so fun. I'm still Team Liza, but damn do I love Pauline. This book is so great. ...

    This was fun! It is absolutely a show tie-in, but if for some reason you don?t watch Younger and you wanted to read it, you wouldn?t have any issue. Jo Piazza is a great chick lit writer and this is no exception. Very, very fun and adds more depth to the character on the show. ...

    Absolutely awful. If my brain wasn?t needing a break I would have given up. Makes Eat, Pray, Love (one of the worst, most self indulgent books ever conceived, said as an Elizabeth Gilbert fan) feel like a masterpiece. ...

    A big hit for Millennial Print. Didn't love the ending though. ...

    I wanted to read this because I am a Younger fan... Urg. Kate (Pauline) is so infuriating that I often wanted to throw the book. I would have rathered a more realistic ending. *Spoiler Alert* No way would I have let that selfish bitch come home. ...

    As a tie-in to the TV show Younger, this book is more or less guaranteed to be a bestseller (or at least a hit with fans). It's a beach-read kind of book and easy page-turner. Rather unfortunately, for both Millennial Print and Simon Schuster, it feels like the production process was r...

    I?ll be honest, it was pretty bland most of the way through. I was intent on rating it a 3-star book but something about that last 25% really pulled me in. That bit was fun to read so it inched it?s way up to 3.5 stars for me. It?s not new, challenging, very well-written or a...

    Marriage Vacation is a lot like Rogue One. The whole purpose--and really, the only plot point--of Rogue One was to explain how the Death Star could have been so easily penetrated and destroyed by Luke Skywalker in a movie that came out decades ago. It is backstory (yawn), and we know h...

    As a huge fan of Younger when I heard about this book I nearly fainted. Literally nearly fainted. There have been only a select few (I can only think of Charm from All My Children) that have been featured on a show and created in real life. Being able to read page 58 and understanding ...

    If you're a fan of the show Younger, you need to pick this book up ASAP. How did I not know they were turning this into an actual book?!?! So excited to read it! If you haven't heard of or have never watched Younger, then you are missing out on an amazing show, one that I think ...

    As you may know, I am a huge fan of the show Younger. When I found out that Marriage Vacation was going to become a real book, I was excited and nervous. I know in general that when books are tie-ins for TV, they aren't always very good.  This book is actually surprisingly good. It...

    I mean I'm very #teamcharles but I was interested in reading this as an extension of the fictional world of Younger. It was a quick, fun read, although not well written enough to be as amazing as Liza sells it to be in the show? (Though page 58 lives up to the hype.) It's a catch-22. A...

    I wanted to love this book because I love the show but I just really didn't relate to this one. It all seemed a little cliche and I wanted more from it - more about their marriage before she left, more about their reconnecting after she got back. I wanted it to be juicier knowing what ...

    I wasn?t expecting much from this book, but I?m a fan of Younger and was curious to hear Pauline?s side of the story. This salacious summer read did not disappoint! I felt like I was accessing bonus content to the show, but also that I really did stand on its own (without the sho...

    So, I read this book because it's a conceit produced by the TV show YOUNGER, one of my favorite guilty pleasures. My reading was therefore influenced by storylines on the show and how I feel about the fictional author of this book (Pauline Turner is a character on the show, not the rea...

    3.75 Stars ...

  • Melissa Italiano
    Jul 11, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

    DNF, couldn't get behind Pauline as the protagonist. I'm not a huge fan of her in the show, and although the book made her as sympathetic as possible, I couldn't put the show to the side while reading it. I think I would've really liked it otherwise! ...

    Really enjoyed this having been a long time fan of Younger (since the first episode) and it was nice to look into "Pauline's world" - however, being #TeamCharles, I do hate to sympathize with Pauline in any sense! This was a great tie in - also would recommend even for those who don't ...

    I?m going to be totally honest: this book review isn?t totally unbiased. You see, I am a huge fan of the tv show Younger and have literally counted down the minutes until this book was released. I just HAD to know Pauline?s (er, Kate?s) story of her year away from Charles (er, ...

    So, so fun. I'm still Team Liza, but damn do I love Pauline. This book is so great. ...

    This was fun! It is absolutely a show tie-in, but if for some reason you don?t watch Younger and you wanted to read it, you wouldn?t have any issue. Jo Piazza is a great chick lit writer and this is no exception. Very, very fun and adds more depth to the character on the show. ...

    Absolutely awful. If my brain wasn?t needing a break I would have given up. Makes Eat, Pray, Love (one of the worst, most self indulgent books ever conceived, said as an Elizabeth Gilbert fan) feel like a masterpiece. ...

    A big hit for Millennial Print. Didn't love the ending though. ...

    I wanted to read this because I am a Younger fan... Urg. Kate (Pauline) is so infuriating that I often wanted to throw the book. I would have rathered a more realistic ending. *Spoiler Alert* No way would I have let that selfish bitch come home. ...

    As a tie-in to the TV show Younger, this book is more or less guaranteed to be a bestseller (or at least a hit with fans). It's a beach-read kind of book and easy page-turner. Rather unfortunately, for both Millennial Print and Simon Schuster, it feels like the production process was r...

    I?ll be honest, it was pretty bland most of the way through. I was intent on rating it a 3-star book but something about that last 25% really pulled me in. That bit was fun to read so it inched it?s way up to 3.5 stars for me. It?s not new, challenging, very well-written or a...

  • Kayla
    Jun 22, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

    DNF, couldn't get behind Pauline as the protagonist. I'm not a huge fan of her in the show, and although the book made her as sympathetic as possible, I couldn't put the show to the side while reading it. I think I would've really liked it otherwise! ...

    Really enjoyed this having been a long time fan of Younger (since the first episode) and it was nice to look into "Pauline's world" - however, being #TeamCharles, I do hate to sympathize with Pauline in any sense! This was a great tie in - also would recommend even for those who don't ...

    I?m going to be totally honest: this book review isn?t totally unbiased. You see, I am a huge fan of the tv show Younger and have literally counted down the minutes until this book was released. I just HAD to know Pauline?s (er, Kate?s) story of her year away from Charles (er, ...

    So, so fun. I'm still Team Liza, but damn do I love Pauline. This book is so great. ...

    This was fun! It is absolutely a show tie-in, but if for some reason you don?t watch Younger and you wanted to read it, you wouldn?t have any issue. Jo Piazza is a great chick lit writer and this is no exception. Very, very fun and adds more depth to the character on the show. ...

    Absolutely awful. If my brain wasn?t needing a break I would have given up. Makes Eat, Pray, Love (one of the worst, most self indulgent books ever conceived, said as an Elizabeth Gilbert fan) feel like a masterpiece. ...

    A big hit for Millennial Print. Didn't love the ending though. ...

    I wanted to read this because I am a Younger fan... Urg. Kate (Pauline) is so infuriating that I often wanted to throw the book. I would have rathered a more realistic ending. *Spoiler Alert* No way would I have let that selfish bitch come home. ...

  • Natasha
    Jun 13, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

    DNF, couldn't get behind Pauline as the protagonist. I'm not a huge fan of her in the show, and although the book made her as sympathetic as possible, I couldn't put the show to the side while reading it. I think I would've really liked it otherwise! ...

    Really enjoyed this having been a long time fan of Younger (since the first episode) and it was nice to look into "Pauline's world" - however, being #TeamCharles, I do hate to sympathize with Pauline in any sense! This was a great tie in - also would recommend even for those who don't ...

    I?m going to be totally honest: this book review isn?t totally unbiased. You see, I am a huge fan of the tv show Younger and have literally counted down the minutes until this book was released. I just HAD to know Pauline?s (er, Kate?s) story of her year away from Charles (er, ...

    So, so fun. I'm still Team Liza, but damn do I love Pauline. This book is so great. ...

    This was fun! It is absolutely a show tie-in, but if for some reason you don?t watch Younger and you wanted to read it, you wouldn?t have any issue. Jo Piazza is a great chick lit writer and this is no exception. Very, very fun and adds more depth to the character on the show. ...

    Absolutely awful. If my brain wasn?t needing a break I would have given up. Makes Eat, Pray, Love (one of the worst, most self indulgent books ever conceived, said as an Elizabeth Gilbert fan) feel like a masterpiece. ...

    A big hit for Millennial Print. Didn't love the ending though. ...

    I wanted to read this because I am a Younger fan... Urg. Kate (Pauline) is so infuriating that I often wanted to throw the book. I would have rathered a more realistic ending. *Spoiler Alert* No way would I have let that selfish bitch come home. ...

    As a tie-in to the TV show Younger, this book is more or less guaranteed to be a bestseller (or at least a hit with fans). It's a beach-read kind of book and easy page-turner. Rather unfortunately, for both Millennial Print and Simon Schuster, it feels like the production process was r...

    I?ll be honest, it was pretty bland most of the way through. I was intent on rating it a 3-star book but something about that last 25% really pulled me in. That bit was fun to read so it inched it?s way up to 3.5 stars for me. It?s not new, challenging, very well-written or a...

    Marriage Vacation is a lot like Rogue One. The whole purpose--and really, the only plot point--of Rogue One was to explain how the Death Star could have been so easily penetrated and destroyed by Luke Skywalker in a movie that came out decades ago. It is backstory (yawn), and we know h...

    As a huge fan of Younger when I heard about this book I nearly fainted. Literally nearly fainted. There have been only a select few (I can only think of Charm from All My Children) that have been featured on a show and created in real life. Being able to read page 58 and understanding ...

    If you're a fan of the show Younger, you need to pick this book up ASAP. How did I not know they were turning this into an actual book?!?! So excited to read it! If you haven't heard of or have never watched Younger, then you are missing out on an amazing show, one that I think ...

    As you may know, I am a huge fan of the show Younger. When I found out that Marriage Vacation was going to become a real book, I was excited and nervous. I know in general that when books are tie-ins for TV, they aren't always very good.  This book is actually surprisingly good. It...

    I mean I'm very #teamcharles but I was interested in reading this as an extension of the fictional world of Younger. It was a quick, fun read, although not well written enough to be as amazing as Liza sells it to be in the show? (Though page 58 lives up to the hype.) It's a catch-22. A...

    I wanted to love this book because I love the show but I just really didn't relate to this one. It all seemed a little cliche and I wanted more from it - more about their marriage before she left, more about their reconnecting after she got back. I wanted it to be juicier knowing what ...

    I wasn?t expecting much from this book, but I?m a fan of Younger and was curious to hear Pauline?s side of the story. This salacious summer read did not disappoint! I felt like I was accessing bonus content to the show, but also that I really did stand on its own (without the sho...

    So, I read this book because it's a conceit produced by the TV show YOUNGER, one of my favorite guilty pleasures. My reading was therefore influenced by storylines on the show and how I feel about the fictional author of this book (Pauline Turner is a character on the show, not the rea...

    3.75 Stars ...

    Let me start by saying that I don?t watch Younger. Maybe if I did, I wouldn?t mind the frustrating story, illogical plot, and mediocre writing. But like I said, I don?t watch Younger. ...

    This book was fairly entertaining and enjoyable even though it was loosely based off a tv show. I?d recommend it! ...

  • Kaylie (shihtzus.and.book.reviews)
    Jun 27, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

    DNF, couldn't get behind Pauline as the protagonist. I'm not a huge fan of her in the show, and although the book made her as sympathetic as possible, I couldn't put the show to the side while reading it. I think I would've really liked it otherwise! ...

    Really enjoyed this having been a long time fan of Younger (since the first episode) and it was nice to look into "Pauline's world" - however, being #TeamCharles, I do hate to sympathize with Pauline in any sense! This was a great tie in - also would recommend even for those who don't ...

    I?m going to be totally honest: this book review isn?t totally unbiased. You see, I am a huge fan of the tv show Younger and have literally counted down the minutes until this book was released. I just HAD to know Pauline?s (er, Kate?s) story of her year away from Charles (er, ...

  • Abby C
    Jul 18, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

    DNF, couldn't get behind Pauline as the protagonist. I'm not a huge fan of her in the show, and although the book made her as sympathetic as possible, I couldn't put the show to the side while reading it. I think I would've really liked it otherwise! ...

    Really enjoyed this having been a long time fan of Younger (since the first episode) and it was nice to look into "Pauline's world" - however, being #TeamCharles, I do hate to sympathize with Pauline in any sense! This was a great tie in - also would recommend even for those who don't ...

    I?m going to be totally honest: this book review isn?t totally unbiased. You see, I am a huge fan of the tv show Younger and have literally counted down the minutes until this book was released. I just HAD to know Pauline?s (er, Kate?s) story of her year away from Charles (er, ...

    So, so fun. I'm still Team Liza, but damn do I love Pauline. This book is so great. ...

    This was fun! It is absolutely a show tie-in, but if for some reason you don?t watch Younger and you wanted to read it, you wouldn?t have any issue. Jo Piazza is a great chick lit writer and this is no exception. Very, very fun and adds more depth to the character on the show. ...

    Absolutely awful. If my brain wasn?t needing a break I would have given up. Makes Eat, Pray, Love (one of the worst, most self indulgent books ever conceived, said as an Elizabeth Gilbert fan) feel like a masterpiece. ...

    A big hit for Millennial Print. Didn't love the ending though. ...

    I wanted to read this because I am a Younger fan... Urg. Kate (Pauline) is so infuriating that I often wanted to throw the book. I would have rathered a more realistic ending. *Spoiler Alert* No way would I have let that selfish bitch come home. ...

    As a tie-in to the TV show Younger, this book is more or less guaranteed to be a bestseller (or at least a hit with fans). It's a beach-read kind of book and easy page-turner. Rather unfortunately, for both Millennial Print and Simon Schuster, it feels like the production process was r...

    I?ll be honest, it was pretty bland most of the way through. I was intent on rating it a 3-star book but something about that last 25% really pulled me in. That bit was fun to read so it inched it?s way up to 3.5 stars for me. It?s not new, challenging, very well-written or a...

    Marriage Vacation is a lot like Rogue One. The whole purpose--and really, the only plot point--of Rogue One was to explain how the Death Star could have been so easily penetrated and destroyed by Luke Skywalker in a movie that came out decades ago. It is backstory (yawn), and we know h...

    As a huge fan of Younger when I heard about this book I nearly fainted. Literally nearly fainted. There have been only a select few (I can only think of Charm from All My Children) that have been featured on a show and created in real life. Being able to read page 58 and understanding ...

    If you're a fan of the show Younger, you need to pick this book up ASAP. How did I not know they were turning this into an actual book?!?! So excited to read it! If you haven't heard of or have never watched Younger, then you are missing out on an amazing show, one that I think ...

    As you may know, I am a huge fan of the show Younger. When I found out that Marriage Vacation was going to become a real book, I was excited and nervous. I know in general that when books are tie-ins for TV, they aren't always very good.  This book is actually surprisingly good. It...

    I mean I'm very #teamcharles but I was interested in reading this as an extension of the fictional world of Younger. It was a quick, fun read, although not well written enough to be as amazing as Liza sells it to be in the show? (Though page 58 lives up to the hype.) It's a catch-22. A...

    I wanted to love this book because I love the show but I just really didn't relate to this one. It all seemed a little cliche and I wanted more from it - more about their marriage before she left, more about their reconnecting after she got back. I wanted it to be juicier knowing what ...

    I wasn?t expecting much from this book, but I?m a fan of Younger and was curious to hear Pauline?s side of the story. This salacious summer read did not disappoint! I felt like I was accessing bonus content to the show, but also that I really did stand on its own (without the sho...

    So, I read this book because it's a conceit produced by the TV show YOUNGER, one of my favorite guilty pleasures. My reading was therefore influenced by storylines on the show and how I feel about the fictional author of this book (Pauline Turner is a character on the show, not the rea...

    3.75 Stars ...

    Let me start by saying that I don?t watch Younger. Maybe if I did, I wouldn?t mind the frustrating story, illogical plot, and mediocre writing. But like I said, I don?t watch Younger. ...

    This book was fairly entertaining and enjoyable even though it was loosely based off a tv show. I?d recommend it! ...

    3 star book, 4 star enjoyment. ...

    ?????????????? ...

    Great quick read companion to Younger! Captures that same finding yourself vibe as the show ...

    This book was such a nice quick read! I?m a huge fan of the show younger and was very excited when it was announced that they actually were releasing the book from the show! While I think even those who aren?t fans of the show (which if you haven?t watched it you really should be...

    If you've read Eat Pray Love and wtched the movie, there's no need to read this book. Kate, the main character and narrator is just a terrible, annoying, onbnoxious, tone deaf person and I would not be her friend if I knew her in real life. ...

    Interesting read although at some times unrealistic from my viewpoint ...

    I thought this would be total garbage considering it is a tie in novel to a sitcom and that cover and title scream "chick lit." It was actually really fun and pretty self aware. ...

  • Sierra
    Jun 15, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

    DNF, couldn't get behind Pauline as the protagonist. I'm not a huge fan of her in the show, and although the book made her as sympathetic as possible, I couldn't put the show to the side while reading it. I think I would've really liked it otherwise! ...

    Really enjoyed this having been a long time fan of Younger (since the first episode) and it was nice to look into "Pauline's world" - however, being #TeamCharles, I do hate to sympathize with Pauline in any sense! This was a great tie in - also would recommend even for those who don't ...

    I?m going to be totally honest: this book review isn?t totally unbiased. You see, I am a huge fan of the tv show Younger and have literally counted down the minutes until this book was released. I just HAD to know Pauline?s (er, Kate?s) story of her year away from Charles (er, ...

    So, so fun. I'm still Team Liza, but damn do I love Pauline. This book is so great. ...

    This was fun! It is absolutely a show tie-in, but if for some reason you don?t watch Younger and you wanted to read it, you wouldn?t have any issue. Jo Piazza is a great chick lit writer and this is no exception. Very, very fun and adds more depth to the character on the show. ...

    Absolutely awful. If my brain wasn?t needing a break I would have given up. Makes Eat, Pray, Love (one of the worst, most self indulgent books ever conceived, said as an Elizabeth Gilbert fan) feel like a masterpiece. ...

    A big hit for Millennial Print. Didn't love the ending though. ...

    I wanted to read this because I am a Younger fan... Urg. Kate (Pauline) is so infuriating that I often wanted to throw the book. I would have rathered a more realistic ending. *Spoiler Alert* No way would I have let that selfish bitch come home. ...

    As a tie-in to the TV show Younger, this book is more or less guaranteed to be a bestseller (or at least a hit with fans). It's a beach-read kind of book and easy page-turner. Rather unfortunately, for both Millennial Print and Simon Schuster, it feels like the production process was r...

    I?ll be honest, it was pretty bland most of the way through. I was intent on rating it a 3-star book but something about that last 25% really pulled me in. That bit was fun to read so it inched it?s way up to 3.5 stars for me. It?s not new, challenging, very well-written or a...

    Marriage Vacation is a lot like Rogue One. The whole purpose--and really, the only plot point--of Rogue One was to explain how the Death Star could have been so easily penetrated and destroyed by Luke Skywalker in a movie that came out decades ago. It is backstory (yawn), and we know h...

    As a huge fan of Younger when I heard about this book I nearly fainted. Literally nearly fainted. There have been only a select few (I can only think of Charm from All My Children) that have been featured on a show and created in real life. Being able to read page 58 and understanding ...

    If you're a fan of the show Younger, you need to pick this book up ASAP. How did I not know they were turning this into an actual book?!?! So excited to read it! If you haven't heard of or have never watched Younger, then you are missing out on an amazing show, one that I think ...

    As you may know, I am a huge fan of the show Younger. When I found out that Marriage Vacation was going to become a real book, I was excited and nervous. I know in general that when books are tie-ins for TV, they aren't always very good.  This book is actually surprisingly good. It...

    I mean I'm very #teamcharles but I was interested in reading this as an extension of the fictional world of Younger. It was a quick, fun read, although not well written enough to be as amazing as Liza sells it to be in the show? (Though page 58 lives up to the hype.) It's a catch-22. A...

    I wanted to love this book because I love the show but I just really didn't relate to this one. It all seemed a little cliche and I wanted more from it - more about their marriage before she left, more about their reconnecting after she got back. I wanted it to be juicier knowing what ...

    I wasn?t expecting much from this book, but I?m a fan of Younger and was curious to hear Pauline?s side of the story. This salacious summer read did not disappoint! I felt like I was accessing bonus content to the show, but also that I really did stand on its own (without the sho...

    So, I read this book because it's a conceit produced by the TV show YOUNGER, one of my favorite guilty pleasures. My reading was therefore influenced by storylines on the show and how I feel about the fictional author of this book (Pauline Turner is a character on the show, not the rea...

    3.75 Stars ...

    Let me start by saying that I don?t watch Younger. Maybe if I did, I wouldn?t mind the frustrating story, illogical plot, and mediocre writing. But like I said, I don?t watch Younger. ...

    This book was fairly entertaining and enjoyable even though it was loosely based off a tv show. I?d recommend it! ...

    3 star book, 4 star enjoyment. ...

    ?????????????? ...

    Great quick read companion to Younger! Captures that same finding yourself vibe as the show ...

    This book was such a nice quick read! I?m a huge fan of the show younger and was very excited when it was announced that they actually were releasing the book from the show! While I think even those who aren?t fans of the show (which if you haven?t watched it you really should be...

  • Gloria Verdino
    Jun 29, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

    DNF, couldn't get behind Pauline as the protagonist. I'm not a huge fan of her in the show, and although the book made her as sympathetic as possible, I couldn't put the show to the side while reading it. I think I would've really liked it otherwise! ...

    Really enjoyed this having been a long time fan of Younger (since the first episode) and it was nice to look into "Pauline's world" - however, being #TeamCharles, I do hate to sympathize with Pauline in any sense! This was a great tie in - also would recommend even for those who don't ...

    I?m going to be totally honest: this book review isn?t totally unbiased. You see, I am a huge fan of the tv show Younger and have literally counted down the minutes until this book was released. I just HAD to know Pauline?s (er, Kate?s) story of her year away from Charles (er, ...

    So, so fun. I'm still Team Liza, but damn do I love Pauline. This book is so great. ...

    This was fun! It is absolutely a show tie-in, but if for some reason you don?t watch Younger and you wanted to read it, you wouldn?t have any issue. Jo Piazza is a great chick lit writer and this is no exception. Very, very fun and adds more depth to the character on the show. ...

    Absolutely awful. If my brain wasn?t needing a break I would have given up. Makes Eat, Pray, Love (one of the worst, most self indulgent books ever conceived, said as an Elizabeth Gilbert fan) feel like a masterpiece. ...

    A big hit for Millennial Print. Didn't love the ending though. ...

    I wanted to read this because I am a Younger fan... Urg. Kate (Pauline) is so infuriating that I often wanted to throw the book. I would have rathered a more realistic ending. *Spoiler Alert* No way would I have let that selfish bitch come home. ...

    As a tie-in to the TV show Younger, this book is more or less guaranteed to be a bestseller (or at least a hit with fans). It's a beach-read kind of book and easy page-turner. Rather unfortunately, for both Millennial Print and Simon Schuster, it feels like the production process was r...

    I?ll be honest, it was pretty bland most of the way through. I was intent on rating it a 3-star book but something about that last 25% really pulled me in. That bit was fun to read so it inched it?s way up to 3.5 stars for me. It?s not new, challenging, very well-written or a...

    Marriage Vacation is a lot like Rogue One. The whole purpose--and really, the only plot point--of Rogue One was to explain how the Death Star could have been so easily penetrated and destroyed by Luke Skywalker in a movie that came out decades ago. It is backstory (yawn), and we know h...

    As a huge fan of Younger when I heard about this book I nearly fainted. Literally nearly fainted. There have been only a select few (I can only think of Charm from All My Children) that have been featured on a show and created in real life. Being able to read page 58 and understanding ...

    If you're a fan of the show Younger, you need to pick this book up ASAP. How did I not know they were turning this into an actual book?!?! So excited to read it! If you haven't heard of or have never watched Younger, then you are missing out on an amazing show, one that I think ...

    As you may know, I am a huge fan of the show Younger. When I found out that Marriage Vacation was going to become a real book, I was excited and nervous. I know in general that when books are tie-ins for TV, they aren't always very good.  This book is actually surprisingly good. It...

    I mean I'm very #teamcharles but I was interested in reading this as an extension of the fictional world of Younger. It was a quick, fun read, although not well written enough to be as amazing as Liza sells it to be in the show? (Though page 58 lives up to the hype.) It's a catch-22. A...

    I wanted to love this book because I love the show but I just really didn't relate to this one. It all seemed a little cliche and I wanted more from it - more about their marriage before she left, more about their reconnecting after she got back. I wanted it to be juicier knowing what ...

  • Rylee Richards
    Jul 01, 2018

    Okay, okay, yes, Marriage Vacation is a ghost-written tie-in novel for the tv series Younger. Which, unless you are a giant fan of the show (like me!) probably doesn't mean much to you... and you probably didn't run to pick it up on publishing day like I did! But in all seriousness - M...

    DNF, couldn't get behind Pauline as the protagonist. I'm not a huge fan of her in the show, and although the book made her as sympathetic as possible, I couldn't put the show to the side while reading it. I think I would've really liked it otherwise! ...