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Diary of a Mad Fat Girl Paperback – February 7, 2012
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"In her hilarious debut novel, McAfee has skillfully fashioned Ace as the Southern ironed-fisted maiden, minus the velvet glove, and swathed her story with humor, romance, and intrigue." ---Library Journal Starred Review --This text refers to the Kindle Edition edition.
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Stephanie McAfee was born in Mississippi and now lives in Florida with her husband, young son, and chiweenie dog.
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This book was outrageously funny and not in the standard funny way. The whole Southern thing took it to a new level for me. The characters were such pissers and I adored them, especially Ace who had me snorting out loud. I admit to wanting to ring her neck a few times when it came to her relationship with Mason but in general, I wanted her to be happy. The witty banter between best friends Ace and Lilly felt very real and even when they were angry with each other, it was obvious that they were true friends and had each other's backs always. And the men in the book were all delicious - Mason, Ethan Allen (whose name kept making think about refurnishing my apartment) and Tommy Compton - not just hot, but sweet and true gentlemen. Let's not forget Gloria Peacock. I wish I had someone like her in my life. My only complaint was that it was a bit too long. It never lagged or got boring but there were some moments while reading that I wished things would happen faster. But as I approached the conclusion, I didn't want it to end! I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who just wants to escape real life for a while and take a virtual visit down South for some serious laughs. I will definitely check out the sequel, although probably not for a little while since the ending of this one left me satisfied.
If you can get past the errors in this book, it is a good read if you can get the book for 99 cents.
Definitely one worth wasting a few hours on...you won't be disappointed!