Novel Review: “Big Girls Do It Better” written by Jasinda Wilder

2940015827392_p0_v1_s1200x630Big Girls Do It Better written by Jasinda Wilder is a short story which highlights the love life of d.j./singer, Anne who in her size 18 clothing doesn’t quite fit into society’s view of the “ideal” beauty.  When she meets the super-hot singer, Chase, she is convinced that he only wants to have sex with her.  In her mind, she could not understand how a guy that looked like him would be interested in a girl who looked like her.  After a brief sexual encounter, Anne is convinced Chase no longer will be part of her life.  She couldn’t be more wrong.  Chase is the dream man who all woman swoon over.  His sensual words and tender touch prove that he is completely smitten with Anne.  There is only one problem – after a passionate night of love-making, Chase received “the call” he’d waited his entire life for.  The story ended on a cliff hanger – will he accept the chance of a lifetime or stay with the woman he’s learning to love?

If you cannot wait to find out if Anne and Chase continue their relationship, you’ll be delighted to learn that “Big Girl’s Do It Better” is book one of the series.  There are six other stories to enjoy.  I liked the concept of the heroine being a plus-sized women.  I believe that the average woman will be able to relate to her.  Ms. Wilder has a wonderfully humorous voice that tackles the insecurities that many women, both thin and overweight, can relate with. 

If you’ve decided that you are going to purchase a copy of this short story as soon as you finish reading this review, I have a surprise for you.  You can download the short story for free at Barnes and Noble, Amazon, Kobo, Ibooks, and Google Play. 

Happy Reading!

 

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