I was so impressed with this audiobook, though or maybe because, I sometimes I felt like I shouldn't be hearing it, like I was peeking through a keyhole at things I was not supposed to know, especially as a male. Maybe having the author reading added to this. The first person narration included funny similes, and quirky little fantasies. It begins with a meek, lonely Cheryl leading a tedious life, but it transforms dramatically as the intimidating grown daughter of Cheryl's bosses moves in for an indeterminate amount of time. Things become much more emotionally complicated than I was expecting.