I'm 26, live in London and barely able to keep above my overdraft limit at the end of the month - let alone save anything or contribute to a pension - so 'Love is Not Enough' was a bit of a wake up call for me (thanks mum!). I expected something dry and boring but a few pages in and I was hooked. The tone of the advice is brilliant (sometimes harsh but fair) and the author really gets what my girlfriends and I are going through. Her tips are straightforward and easy-to-follow and she uses tons of real life examples to get her point across. I'm not expecting any miracles but it's just such a relief to feel more confident and informed about tackling my debt(s).