When voluptuous Lucy Cunningham is talked into a health and fitness makeover to shed some of her extra pounds, she gets more than she bargained for in the form of hottie personal trainer, Theo Redmond.
I have read this book cover to cover and loved it. I bought it on a whim and i donīt regret it. It is a wonderful book. I recommend it because the heroine isnīt someone whoīs just losing weight she is someone real and so is the hero.
I'm one of those readers who always wonders what will happen. How will they get together? What will keep them apart? Will it last? Would I hang out with these people? As usual, I had these speculations about these characters. It was very easy to be interested because I could relate. I wonder about meeting this great, beautiful, sociable guy and what would make him in short, pudgy, shy me. So, I could certainly relate; I am certainly interested in the fanasty.
However, my connection with the characters is only through speculation. I cannot relate to them. The charaters lack emotion. I don't know how they feel or what they're thinking during the excerpt. Lucy's mouth hangs open after Theo speaks to the curvy woman, but why is she so shocked. Why is her mouth hanging open? Then, I find it difficult to follow Lucy's part of the conversation with her therapist. What tone does the therapist use? Why is she in therapy? How did the meeting end? Why does she suddenly fantazie about being a kimono? The story interested me. The details soured me.
I enjoyed the first chapter this is my first time ,reading parts of a novel on line. Lucy started off almost as if I missed a couple of chapters...maybe aI did...There was no back ground information about "Lucy" or her mental well being since this chapter had her going to a therapist? and for what reason??
I just finished the book & thoroughly enjoyed it. It was an extremely quick read for me.
I can't relate too much to Lucy (ok, so maybe I do need to lose 10 lbs) but she had me laughing a lot.
I'm planning on reading Donovan's other books now...