Dangerous Curves Ahead
Publish date: August 27th 2013
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Plus Size
, Fat Acceptance
Series: Perfect Fit (#1)
Ellis is a Harvard educated lawyer. The only problem is, she hates what she is doing, so she quits. Her love is fashion and helping people find clothes that fit them and work with their body types. So, she opens her own store. It helps that she also does alterations having done so with her own cloth...
This was okay. The heroine, Ellis, had a good personality. She thinks she's fat, but says she's okay with - she's accepted herself. Despite having accepted it, she can't believe the hero, Mike, wants her. So, she obviously hasn't really accepted it. But, whatever. Mike says good things. Unfor...
4.5 STARSMany thanks to NetGalley for an ARC copy to read and review.Have you ever started a book purely for its entertainment value, and came out learning a few life lessons by the end of the book? No? Well, if you read this book you might. I'll be honest and admit I never start a romance novel thi...
I could identify with Ellis. It took me a while to read this because it was hard reading this at time. I'd have to put it down because I've said some of the things to myself that she has. But i powered through and finished it and I'm glad I did. Mike and Ellis are a cute couple and the ending was pe...
A fun and sassy novel. I liked that Ms. Jamison showed Ellis's confidence as well as her extreme insecurities - Ellis rang true to me. Less realistic were Mike (whose voice sounded like a woman writing a man rather than a male character, if that makes sense) and the story's almost cartoon-like villa...