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by Stephanie Evanovich, Katie Schorr
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Tiffany's Bookshelf
Tiffany's Bookshelf rated it 8 years ago
Kari@ From the TBR Pile
Kari@ From the TBR Pile rated it 8 years ago
I have to admit that I wasn't sure if I was going to like this book. I was happy to say that I was sucked right into the story and finished it in one day. The best part about this book is Holly. She is a character with whom I could easily relate. In the beginning of the book, the reader, we don...
MiscJoy rated it 8 years ago
When this book came my way, I was curious. I like a good transformation romance story. The subject of this story touches on a delicate topic and I wanted to know if it could be done without stereotyping overweight people or objectifying women and make me believe that the hero loved the heroine despi...
Cocktails and Books
Cocktails and Books rated it 8 years ago
When I started this one, I immediately starting thinking this was similar to HE LOVES LUCY by Susan Donovan (which I absolutely adore). But Stephanie Evanovich take a little bit different turn in this ugly duckling (even though Holly doesn't like that term) turned swan story.Logan Montgomery, pers...
Librocubicularist rated it 8 years ago
Holly is a sad, fat, unemployed widow who meets Logan - a happy, good-looking man. Holly becomes un-fat under the tutelage of Logan the personal trainer, and then gets a job and a relationship and friends. I'm probably being a little hard on this novel. It wasn't easy for me to read, and honestly ...
Literary, etc
Literary, etc rated it 8 years ago
If Stephanie Evanovich’s name sounds familiar it is because she’s the niece of Janet Evanovich. I wanted to love Big Girl Panties based on the synopsis, but it just fell flat.Logan has a habit of calling his female clients swans. Meaning he transforms them from ugly ducklings to beautiful swans and ...
Mandi Kaye @ Never Too Fond of Books
Reviewed at http://www.mandikayereads.com/archives/3045This book had so much potential. But honestly, it just made me mad. The only message this book sent was that overweight women are broken and don’t deserve love until they’re fixed.This is an unacceptable view of women.Even while part of me enjoy...
instalove rated it 9 years ago
Did not read. WILL not read. Purging the ARC from my Kindle.
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