Hello, I reed a lot and lately am a little picky, trying to find a book about a certain subject and would like to know if you have any suggestions.
You see, I would love to read a book where the h goes on a weight loss journey in order to find a second start.
I know you will probably think that it shouldn’t have to matter whether big or small, but you see, I find them inspiring.
I have read the redhead, but haven’t found any other book that breaches the subject. So, if you could help me there I would truly appreciate it.
Thanks a bunch!!!
Maryse: I have TWO for you that I loved!! This one: Sweet Dreams (Colorado Mountain Series Book 2) by Kristen Ashley (and here’s my review) and this one!! Noah (5th Street Book 1) by Elizabeth Reyes (and here’s my review). But I think it’s time to make a nice list of ’em!
Let me know if you have any to recommend.
MichelleS: Definitely Sweet Dreams by Kristen Ashley.
Carla: I’ve read great books about this subject matter this year.
- You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me by Sarra Manning
- The Wingman by Natasha Anders
- Perfection (A Neighbor From Hell Series Book 2)by R.L. Mathewson
- I also love Sweet Dreams and Noah. Great boooks.
Claud: Loved “You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me,” by Sara Manning.
Stephanie: Fern Michael’s. Pretty Woman: A Novel is a good one to read.
Patty: Here goes my first ever post on this fabulous website that has been my go to place for book recommendations. I love this list! My number one all time favorite book of all time (Did I say that already?) has to be BEAST, by Pepper Pace. It’s a “beauty and the beast” type of story with a Heroine who is on her own journey towards health, and a hero, Beast, who helps her on her journey. I’ve read and listened to this book countless times. Kelly, the book you are looking for sounds a lot like Unbound: (InterMix) by Cara McKenna.
Maryse: Oh YEAH, Patty! I bet Unbound IS the one Kelly was talking about. GAH I LOVED THAT BOOK!!!! Is that the one, Kelly?
Morgan: R L Mathewson, I can’t remember the name. Neighbor from Hell Trevor/Zoe’s book. The Wall of Winnipeg and Me Mariana Zapata makes me want to start running
Maryse: Morgan YES!!!!!
Kathryn: #TripleX by Angelisa Stone and Christine Zolendz – a journey of two women in their forties who learn self-love. I read this 2 yrs ago and it is has stayed with me since, definitely a favorite. One of the funniest books I’ve read about a woman starting over, losing weight, and finding herself. So many laugh out loud moments! I also really related to these women and their struggles.
Suzanne: Diary of Fat Girl by Moira Mugweni. Book #2 (Diary of a Girl) comes out in February.
Sherisse: This one’s a YA but still good and along this theme – Measuring Up by Nyrae Dawn
Melissa: Jemima J: A Novel by Jane Green! With a fast-paced plot that never quits and a surprise ending no reader will see coming, Jemima J is the chronicle of one woman’s quest to become the woman she’s always wanted to be, learning along the way a host of lessons about attraction, addiction, the meaning of true love, and, ultimately, who she really is.
Leslie M: He Loves Lucy by Susan Donovan
Jen C: I’ve read a couple that kind of fit the brief that I enjoyed. The first one inspired me to start running lol!
This was so dang good….
Very refreshing change to the normal.