Newly thirty, with a boundless sense of humor and a tragicomic vision of her own existence, Marina faces her problems at work and what she has begun to call her REL: her Regrettable Emotional Life.
Alejo, on the other hand, is the incarnation of profession success––professional, that is, not emotional: until he meets Marina, he’s always opted for solitude.
These two (and the many other characters who will captivate you) bring life to this emotional comedy, which will thrill you, make you crack up laughing, show you that women survive, but above all, live, take decisions, make mistakes, fall down, but always get back up, because “in life you only have two minutes to regret, and the rest of the time is there to get up and move on.”
An ideal novel to heal broken hearts and know how many tears you don’t have to cry to survive love.
With a fresh, tranquil, and up-to-date style, Martín Méndez is ideal for all those people who have given up their hope of finding love. Perfect for readers who enjoyed Bridget Jones.