This sequel to 2012’s White Girl Problems, picks up four months after the previous novel. Babe has just returned from rehab for a shopping addiction. She is now trying to find inner peace and love in only the way that Babe Walker can. In order to “find” herself (and avoid that annoying stalker who leaves her mark in black lipstick), Babe goes to Europe. She meets and catches up with her Lesbian mother in France, travels by private plane with a handsome man to Greece, and gets stuck in Switzerland. After all that could true love and friendship have been waiting for her right around the corner?
I enjoyed this book more than the first one. For those of you who have never read Babe Walker, she is not for everyone. She is for those people who are a little snarky, judgy, and who sometimes have word vomit (so, maybe it is for everyone). Babe is still Babe. She isn’t the greatest friend or girlfriend but she keeps it real. Except , her version of “real” is traveling with 9 bags of luggage, jumping on private planes, avoiding a stalker. This book is a great escape to see how the richer (and slightly crazy) live. A quick read with lots of laughs.
By: Alicia Kociuba