Dancing Queen by Charlotte Roth – Review by Tracy Wilkin

Dancing QueenDancing Queen by Charlotte Roth
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Dancing Queen is a funny and fabulous tale by Charlotte Roth. The story centres around Fiona. Now, Fiona has struggled with self image issues all her life. She loves to dance, but was cruelly told to reconsider due to her size. In a world where being a size zero is most women’s life goal, Fiona battled with herself every day. Fitting into this superficial world was hard for her. Her and her co-worker, Stu, join a dance competition, and the rest is a beautiful tale of self discovery, self worth, self belief, hard work, conquering seemingly impossible hurdles, and courage. Lots and lots of courage.

As a person who has had a lifelong battle with weight, I totally related to Fiona and her struggles. A tale told beautifully and honestly. A story I cannot recommend enough. 5 stars.

Reviewed by @tracywilkin

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