"Confessions of a Shopaholic" by Sophie Kinsella is an adorable chick lit piece that can't help but make you smile. The main character is the delightful Becky Bloomwood, a young 20 something enjoying her first real job. Her main passion is, you guessed it, shopping. If there is a way to rationalize buying ANYTHING, chances are, Becky has thought of it.
She can't resist shopping even though her credit card bills are though the roof, and her overdraft at the bank is off the charts. The great irony is that she is actually a writer for a magazine called, "Successful Saving". Enter Luke Brandon, a rich PR representative, and you have a fantastic story.
All in all, I really enjoyed this book. It's a great lighthearted read. If you enjoy this one, there are several others in the "Shopaholic" series. Even though I don't agree with Becky's shop until you drop mentality, I can still relate to her and see how easy it would be to say "I want it" and to get into a situation like hers. I recommend the book, but don't recommend getting yourself into a financial pickle like she did! Enjoy!