I enjoyed this book very much. Bridget Jones is a young woman who isn't completely sure what she's getting to in life. She goes through the ups and downs of romantic relationships, freaks herself out about not getting invited to a party or get-together, and her mother's constant ideas. She's a very hopeful person, mostly, but at times gets depressed and feels very down about her life. I feel that this is one reason that many woman can relate to Bridget. She is a very smart woman, but doesn't always show it.
I would reccomend this book(and its sequel) to any woman(or man, even) who has had hers/his struggles in life thrown their way all at once. This book is a good book to read when you have a whole day to read, because you're going to want to read it all at once.