"Pink Suitcases" is what Boris calls his diary. Boris is a guy who enjoys living in a man's world. Women fit in well as long as they aren't being too difficult. Boris is unwillingly confronted with a number of women from whom he needs something. To make matters worse, Boris is caught in the web of a woman named Bella. As befits a good female spider, she wants to suck and devour him. Will she do that? Will Boris learn his lesson? Is Bella really such a bitch? What is the underlying problem in this book? Read through the different experiences of men and women who face life in a playful way. Irene Roselaar writes as a hobby. She is a lawyer by profession. Her husband and children are her happiness. She runs a lot and also enjoys hiking, sailing, hitting the beach, and everything that women love to do. Why has she written about a diary of a man? She says, "It provides a nice perspective which we can look at critically. Womanhood is complicated. It is lovely to describe men and women as "stereotypes" especially when they fight with each other."