AARGH. I have just finished this, but I'm not sure it was worth the effort. I've read too many of these: Smart, accomplished woman's life falls apart because of deficient man. She sees this as the end of her life, until--oh my! It's a miracle!--she starts over and discovers that 1. everything falls perfectly into place 2. a NEW (presumably, not deficient) man is waiting.
The book has a great premise: NY family psychotherapist with the perfect marriage gets mighty tired of the endless line of women who come to her with their sob stories. Her take is "You should have known." She writes a book to that effect. As a reader you can already see where this is going. But, just in case, the author hammers away at us with blaring warnings, that the heroine doesn't see.
Finally, around the middle of the book, the proverbial shit finally hits the fan. But our heroine is still avoiding looking at anything. I got so angry, I was hoping she would never recover.
For those of you who want to read the book, I won't say any more. My take: Interesting premise, some better-than-average writing, too predictable events and sappy happy ending. I would have liked it better if the heroine remained unpartnered and resigned to a life of bad first dates on match.com.