On some levels, this wasn't a badly written book, and I did sympathise with Sarah, the main character, who seemed to get a raw deal from everyone, but the story line was silly at times. The idea of the divorce club itself was unconvincing - who would pay good money to be told to put on weight and not shave her legs? At one point, Sarah allows herself to get involved in a situation that was so embarrassing I could hardly bear to even skim read it. There were also plot-holes. How, for example, could someone have a car accident in France and end up in hospital in England, with the explanation that they had "just crossed over to Britain"? I always thought there was something large and wet called the English Channel in between.
Also, surely she would have been told she was in England, not Britain? I was also thrown by the use of American terms and spelling, even though the author appears to be English, the characters are English and story was for the most part set in London. All very strange!
I have since discovered that Ms Scott's other novels are of the vampire genre written for "young adults". Had I known this earlier, I wouldn't have tried this one.