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Size Matters (A Perfect Fit) Mass Market Paperback – November 29, 2016
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"Romance novels with heroines who are not model thin are hard to find and valuable. Fans of Jennifer Weiner will enjoy Bliss."―Booklist
"Size Matters tackles sensitive subjects like weight, low self-esteem and overbearing families with funny lines and relatable characters."―HeroesandHeartbreakers.com
"Fresh, fun, adorable!"―Lori Wilde, New York Times bestselling author
About the Author
Alison Bliss grew up in Small Town, Texas, but currently resides in the Midwest with her husband and two sons. With so much testosterone in her home, it's no wonder she writes "girl books." She believes the best way to know if someone is your soul mate is by canoeing with them because if you both make it back alive, it's obviously meant to be. Alison pens the type of books she loves to read most: fun, steamy love stories with heart, heat, laughter, and usually a cowboy or two. As she calls it, "Romance...with a sense of humor."
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Leah Martin has struggled pretty much all her life with her weight and feeling as if she is never good enough. Leah's mother has pushed her to diet, to fit this mold society pushes to be thin, her ex-boyfriend signed her up to a gym so when Leah meets Sam Cooper in a bar she thinks the reason he isn’t interested in her is because of her size/weight. However Sam is dealing with her own life issues and doesn’t want to get into a new relationship so he doesn’t show much interest in Leah.
You would think that would be it for Sam and Leah. Nope-- Leah and Sam find themselves together due to a couple of events and Sam finds that he wants to help Leah out. He ends up pretending to be Leah’s fake fiancée to help her out of a rough spot. At one point, he even helps her deliver a wedding cake to her ex-boyfriend. There is more to Sam than meets the eye but he could be so close mouthed and non-communicative. Leah had such a hard time knowing where she stood with him yet he was always there when she needed something. Here was this woman who had everyone putting her down for how she looked and I guess in a way, she felt Sam was too yet Sam was always there when she needed something and he was her “fiancée” . Their relationship was fake yet the fake relationship soon developed into more and that is where this got good, real good. I also enjoyed the secondary characters in this story. Ms. Bliss wrote a believable story about a woman who dealt with weight issues all her life and it took her finally realizing she was beautiful to stop the haters hating. Sam was the real thing. He was harder to read but the more I read about him, he was a good man, just conflicted and I think Leah and Sam together worked. I would love to read more stories set in this world.
My rating: 4.5 stars ****
"I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book in exchange for an honest review***
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