Bridget Jones's Diary
Bridget Jones's Diary tells the story of Bridget Jones – a thirty-something Singleton – and her often doomed quest for self-improvement and finding Mr. Right.
Trapped between the freedom of being a Singleton, and the fear of being alone forever, Bridget suffers the torture of a workplace romance, the morning-after consequences of “turning self into wine-bag”, and the Smug Married question feared by all Singletons: “How's your love life?”
... Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason
In the second book of Bridget Jones' diary, Bridget's life, as usual, is a shambles. Things with Mark Darcy aren't going too well, what with the interference of Rebecca (and the Asian boy in Mark's bed). Bridget's career isn't exactly taking off, either, after a disastrous interview with Colin Firth. And her flat is being slowly destroyed by the man she hired to fix her cabinets. Oh, and there's a minor detour through a Thai prison. Doesn't matter. ... Cause Celeb
Disillusioned with her glitzy london life and uninvolved boyfriend, Rosie Richardson escapes to Africa to run a refugee camp. When famine strikes and government agencies drag their heels, Rosie returns to london to organize a star-studded and risky emergency appeal.... Mad About the Boy - Bridget Jones 3
Bridget Jones and her diary are back in Mad About the Boy, but in this book she is middle-aged with two children and has tragically become a widow due to Mark Darcy's death. After being celibate for four years, Bridget is encouraged by friends to get back in the dating game.
She soon discovers that dating gets trickier with age, especially if you are hooking up with a much younger man. Roxster is his name and it's difficult trying to have a fun, care...