About the Book:
Published 15th January 2015
The Curvy Girls Club is a hilarious and heart-warming story about learning to love yourself, written by best-selling author Michele Gorman.
But the club doesn’t stop real life from getting in the way and together the girls have to address some much bigger issues than just their weight…
"This is a delightful book of friendship, acceptance, and belonging for anyone who has ever wondered: “What if?”" Publishers Weekly
About the Author:
Michele Gorman is the USA Today best-selling author of eight books, including Bella Summer Takes a Chance and The Expat Diaries (Single in the City) series. Her first book, Single in the City, debuted at number 8 in The Bookseller’s Fiction Heatseekers bestseller chart. She is also a founding member of the publishing collective, Notting Hill Press, and has published upmarket commercial fiction under the pen name Jamie Scott. Born and raised in the US, Michele has lived in London for 16 years. She is very fond of naps, ice cream and Richard Curtis films but objects to spiders and the word “portion”.
The Curvy Girls Club is a book that every women can relate to and enjoy tons of laughs along the way. Pixie, Ellie, Katie and Jane each have characteristics that I could relate to by either going through the same trials during weight loss or have friends that have. I am personally part of a group online of women that are all trying to loose weight. These women are all various sizes, but they have one thing in common, no one is satisfied with their current weight. This is why I feel that no matter your age or size this book is something that everyone would be able to relate to. The characters although go through many different challenges, there was no point of the story that was not enjoyable. I read the book feeling as though I was part of the club and one of besties were going through these situations. Michele Gorman without a doubt is very talented and I look forward to reading future works of hers!
I really enjoyed The Curvy Girls Club and recommend it no matter if its for yourself to enjoy alone or part of a book club. It was an entertaining read with real characters going through their journey.
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