Saturday, 18 May 2013

Review: Fat Chances by JS Wilsoncroft

Reviewer: Stacey
Rating: 4 out of 5 Fairies

JS Wilsoncroft's short story, Fat Chances, was uplifting in a strange way, maybe because it was very true to life.

Annie is on the plump side with no confidence and no self-esteem. She has a twin who looks exactly the same from the neck up, but from the neck down its a completely different story. She decides to take a Zumba class where she meets a super hot guy who apparently falls for her, but Annie has a hard time believing him.

Annie has always been picked on for her weight, so has built up a wall to protect herself, will he be the one to break the wall and will Annie allow her wall to crumble to let him in?

A best friend who loves Annie for who she is tells her to believe in him and herself. Will a love she could have be lost? And will she realise in time that big girls are beautiful?

I give this book 4 fairy stars...I must say I was left feeling a bit depressed at the end and wanting more.

Perfect Bound paperback, gloss cover, cream interior. "Pocket Romance" collection by Write More Publications.

Synopsis: Annie is a normal, overweight 18-year-old senior in high school, until she meets Cory, the sexy, super hot Zumba instructor that turns her life upside down. Plagued with extreme insecurity due to her excessive weight, Annie learns to love and to love herself. Through Cory, she learns that she is lovable.“Fat Chances” will warm your heart and reminds us all that it’s what’s in the heart, not on the body, that counts.

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