Self Made (Freshwater BOOK 2) by Belinda Williams – Review by Rosanna Ingram
Self Made by Belinda Williams
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This is one of those books that you won’t want to put down until you’re done. Belinda Williams writes amazing characters and Jessica and Ant do not disappoint.
Jessica loves fitness and has created an online empire that has made her quite popular. Ant is a comedian that does not share the same love of fitness that Jessica does. Jessica and Ant team up in a three-month transformation with all their fans watching. What ensues is a journey of not only body transformation but also self-discovery.
This book takes a couple of issues head-on…and they added more to the story. First, there is the mutual attraction between Jessica and Ant. Society doesn’t seem to like it when a fit woman falls for an unfit man (or vice versa). Jessica is scared of pursuing anything with Ant because she is also the owner of the company and she believes it would look bad to get involved with a client. Another issue that is faced is that sometimes what you think is helping a person can change them into someone else (and it isn’t always for the better). Ant begins to change as his body does and it may not be into a better person.
This is another good book by Belinda Williams that I enjoyed reading. I am looking forward to whatever she comes out with next!
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