Monday, May 28, 2012

Fat Chances - by J.S. Wilsoncroft ~ Review

Rating: 3 stars ***

Annie an overweight senior in high school, deals with her self esteem,  bullying,  thinking she is fat and looks ugly. Everyday struggles  she learns to live with.  Until one day , one Zumba class and one hot instructor named Cory, it all changes for her.  Cory is amazed by her beauty, inside and out. Cory shows Annie she is worthy of love and takes her on a journey to self discovery.  I wont give away the whole story as always, that is for you, the reader to discover.

This book promotes building self esteem in big girls and shows them that they are still beautiful inside and out and deserve to be loved.  J.S. Wilsoncroft, did not sugar coat the story when it comes to certain scenes in the book, she lays it out straight and tackles the everyday problems head on. Even though this book wasn’t really for me, pick this book up and read this story as everyday teen issues do exist, sex in high school does exist  and you never know, you might be able to help someone who deals with the same issues as Annie.


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