This book is like Bridget Jones' diary 16 years prior. It's a nice homage to 14 year old girls every where or any woman who remembers what it's like to be at such an awkward stage. It doesn't matter that Georgia is British. Her Britishness actually adds to her charm. Any woman or teen girl can identify with Georgia and her friends. All girls worry about snogging or kissing. All girls worry about their skin and makeup or what they're going to wear at that life changing party. It's all part of going through adolescence and crosses cultural boundaries. Georgia, her friends and her cat Angus are hilarious. They make me glad that I survived those years with my sanity in tack. I highly recommend this for any teen girl or even woman in need of a good laugh.