!!> BOOKS ✻ The Jennifer Weiner Collection (Good in Bed/In Her Shoes) ✴ Author Jennifer Weiner – 1sm.info

The Jennifer Weiner Collection (Good in Bed/In Her Shoes) GOOD IN BED Cannie Shapiro Never Wanted To Be Famous The Smart, Sharp, Plus Sized Reporter Was Perfectly Happy Writing About Other People S Lives For Her Local Newspaper She Loves Her Job, Her Friends, Her Dog And Her Life She Has Made A Tenuous Peace With Her Body And She Even Felt Okay About Ending Her Relationship With Bruce But Now This Loving A Larger Woman Is An Act Of Courage In Our World, Bruce Has Written In A National Woman S Magazine And Cannie Is Plunged Into Misery, And The Most Amazing Year Of Her Life IN HER SHOES Rose Feller Is Thirty Years Old, A High Powered Attorney, With A Secret Passion For Romance Novels, And Dreams Of A Man Who Will Tell Her That She S Beautiful Meet Rose S Sister Maggie Twenty Eight Years Old, Drop Dead Gorgeous And Only Occasionally Employed, Maggie Dreams Of Fame And Fortune And Of Getting Her Dowdy Big Sister To Stick To A Skin Care Regime These Two Women Are About To Learn That Their Family Is Different Than They Ever Imagined, And That They Re Alike Than They D Ever Believe It had some laugh out loud moments, as well as some very accurate depictions of depression, but on the whole it was just too fluffy Cannie also took ungrateful to a whole new level. A quick read that is for pure entertainment I also picked up a couple of funny quotable quotes from this book, like the phrase Chub Chaser It made me laugh out loud A winner. Not what we were expecting it turned out to be an okay book It was a realistic, albeit mostly sad story I love all of her books, some drama, some romance, very girlie but totally relatable First time reading this Author.very humorous in parts A little draggy in others


About the Author: Jennifer Weiner

Jennifer Weiner is the 1 New York Times bestselling author of seventeen books, including Good in Bed, In Her Shoes, and, most recently, Mrs Everything. Her new novel, Big Summer, is out now A graduate of Princeton University and contributor to the New York Times Opinion section, she lives with her family in Philadelphia Visit her online at JenniferWeiner.com.


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