There are no butterflies, romantic sunsets and chirping birds here. This is a fast and furious, very funny book that you can't leave in the middle except to laugh out loud. The heroine is a lawyer in a large firm, who did only the right thing all her life - until one day her husband left her for an older woman, and the world collapsed on her head. Under the nimble pen of Merav Halperin, the world of a woman who has everything and has nothing was created with great talent. She raises two teenagers and a mother - an aging diva - and tries to manage a successful career, recover from a divorce and find love - all this without the effort being seen, and without her designer shirt getting wrinkled. She faces on all fronts and fails on all of them but she has no God. She dares to talk about the things that everyone hides: why children do not bring happiness, what the sex routine with the husband looks like, how to live with betrayals, what women are willing to sacrifice for a relationship and what men are willing to do for sex. Mercilessly and with captivating humor, the book unfolds the story of the heroine, which is actually the frustrated story of the first generation of women who assured him that everything was possible - including relationships, children, a career wave and looking like Marissa Mayer, or at least earning like her. Merav Halperin is a book editor born in Haifa, who lives most of her years in Tel Aviv. This is her first book after a long career as an international model, brain surgeon, triathlon runner and mother of a dozen children she adopted from Africa.