Book Reviews of Living Large: Reunion / Surprise! / Bare Essentials / Strictly Business

Living Large: Reunion / Surprise! / Bare Essentials / Strictly Business
Living Large Reunion / Surprise / Bare Essentials / Strictly Business
Author: Rochelle Alers, Brenda Jackson, Francis Ray, Donna Hill
ISBN-13: 9780451207654
ISBN-10: 0451207653
Publication Date: 1/7/2003
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.
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4.3 stars, based on 23 ratings
Publisher: Signet
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 5
love it all about plus size girl romance...
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Great book! Loved it.

From four fabulous bestselling authors come four stories of women with a plus-size joy for life who find the best of everything in the most unexpected places.

In Rochelle Alers's "Reunion", curvaceous size-sixteen Elaine Jackson Stewart is forty-two years old, divorced, and ready for something new. The Long Island real estate broker never guesses that an old high school friend--the class geek, no less--still harbors a boyhood crush on the girl of his dreams.

Donna Hill has a "Surprise" for Brooklyn caterer Elizabeth Howell. Fresh from an Arizona health spa, she's looking to put a spark back in her husband's eyes. But her bombshell news just might turn their marriage upside down.

In "Bare Essentials" by Brenda Jackson, voluptuous Orlando judge Dominique Kincaid finds lust at first sight in the form of a handsome morning jogger who fuels her fantasies. But when he steps into her courtroom as a hotshot attorney, she finds it hard to remain the Honorable Judge Kincaid.

Francis Ray's "Strictly Business" is anything but for Monica Jones, a plus-size Dallas gal who just put her ex out with the trash. Now a sexy work associate is making the moves. She's heard the song before, so this time the man's got to play it like he means it.