Fat Girl (Romance in Rehoboth, #1) By KL Montgomery – Review by Emily Brockschmidt

Fat Girl (Romance in Rehoboth #1)Fat Girl by K.L. Montgomery
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

“Fat Girl” is an inspiring tale of growth and inner strength by K.L. Montgomery. Our “Fat Girl” is Claire, who has battled body image issues from a young age and finds herself at 38 and desperately needing to reinvent her life. She is a wise, witty and wacky character who I ended up really relating to by the end of the book. The story reads like a diary, a nearly weekly account of Claire’s attempts to change her life. While the story tends to get long winded in parts, I found the details to really help explain how Claire thinks and how she acts. This is a story I feel like many women can relate to on some level. Whether their love life is in trouble or the battle with weight and body image issues, I feel many women could benefit from reading this. As a person who struggles with weight, I knew this book would speak to me. I had no idea just how much I would get from this story though. Claire seems like she could be any one of us and that makes her so relatable! So, I give “Fat Girl” five stars!!

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