Beauty and the Bitch Kindle Edition
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- Publication date : September 25, 2018
- File size : 1656 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 340 pages
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07GBJ992Z
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #819,795 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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At the center of her new outlook on life, albeit a painful one, is the unassuming but very sexy nurse that is Fletcher Sullivan. Voight gives Sofie just the kind of man she never even knew she needed when Fletcher comes waltzing into her life, threatening to expose her alter ego and peeling back the layers of her hardened heart. I just love him. The way he isn't afraid to go toe to toe with the big fat bitch and show her a world that doesn't have to exist on hiding her true self under a coat of armor. I could sense the electricity right from the start. And it is very slow burn kind of romance. And this is ok because this book is not about their love affair. Instead it is Sofie's journey to accept what she cannot change and embrace what is the inevitable. Her less than stellar relationship with her mother is at the core of this story and I found myself tearing up over and over again at the pain that Sofie felt at the hands of her mother's words. And not to give anything away but it's not the spoken word but the written one.
This soul-searching odyssey for Sofie Vincent is one filled with an all-consuming denial based on what she perceives as the world's opinion of her when she was young. And I loved that the Author used Fletcher's daughter as the bridge between the old Sofie and and the new Sofia. One proud to carry her family's name and one proud of her lineage. This is not an easy road and Sofie has many stops and starts as she emerges from the ball-busting tyrant to the woman she has secretly always wanted to be. Along the way, she is surrounded by the most wonderful characters with Fletcher, Ava, Davina, Vincent and Rose adding the perfect touch to this tender story. And it is tender. It is heartbreaking. But it is beautiful and as usual, the Author puts a bit of herself into her heroine and gives us her take on what it is like to be a bit zaftig but still take the world by storm. Ginger Voight does that with each of her books, always providing a heroine who is much more worthy of true happiness than she thinks. Heroines who are gorgeous inside and out if they just take the time to look.
Big Fat Bitch is one of Voight's best to date with what feels like a zillion easter eggs for the taking. I love that she extends her fictional worlds to include the new kid on the block (so to speak) with each new story and how they continue to make me sigh with their random acts of kindness and sure smiles.
Ginger Voight always delivers and Big Fat Bitch is no exception. I'm thrilled she is back and happily give this latest of hers a Big Fat 5 Stars!
Stand alone HEA.
Contains no sex scenes, swear words (mostly the Lord's name in vain and the F bomb), and violence (bullying, overdose, attempted rape, assault).