THE CURVE BALL (BIG GIRLS AND BAD BOYS)

THE CURVE BALL                                    J.S. SCOTT
Posted: Sept. 22, 2013

The Curve Ball by J.S. Scott When Maggie Jones lets her best friend talk her into attending the annual charity mystery single's ball to help her friend out of a jam, she never imagined she would end up paired with the most handsome, eligible man at the ball. Unfortunately, he was also the man that she had secretly adored for over a year. What chance did an overweight pastry chef have with a hunk like Jake Rawlins?

Jake Rawlins wants Maggie Jones, but he can't get her to take his advances seriously. He's been hinting around for a year. Now he's ready to take drastic measures to get Maggie to notice him.

Will Maggie realize that her Prince Charming has finally arrived at the ball, or will she miss out on having a man who truly wants her exactly the way she is just because of her insecurities?


This is a short story erotic romance.

18+ Only. This story contains graphic sex, graphic language and other subjects for mature audiences only.


MY REVIEW:

As women we always see ourselves differently then men that love us see us. Even just the average man on the street. Being a BBW most of my life I never was made fun of as an adult it all came from childhood. As I came into my teens I was little more average but more voluptuous let's say for my age. Then as I got older mid twenties hair & make-up & learning to carry myself well. Was my trick to hid my insecurities. So, Maggie not believing that Jake her friend who was six feet tall, handsome, & sexy would be into her, I could believe because any woman ten pounds over weight & they are telling the truth would feel the exact same way as the one 100+ lbs. over. This was well written. Carried a lot of thoughts of a BBW. The love story itself was just so heart warming the way Jake planned it all was just so endearing. It was that more believable when Jake became insecure when he thought she didn't want to be seen with him.

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