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Miss Apple Pants: Lost in Love (The Miss Apple Pants Series Book 2) by Charlotte Roth – Review by Susan Mowdy

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I have absolutely fallen in love with this series. Lost in Love is the second book in the Miss Apple Pants series and it was such a fantastic, trendy read. It has everything you want in a story from love, humor, friends, a dash of drama, and anything else you can think of.

I met Ella in the first book and I feel like she’s come a long way since that story. She has done so much growing up and you can’t help but just love her and the people around her. There are some big decisions that she needs to make in this story (I won’t give any hints).

Miss Roth writes such light and engaging stories and I love being sucked into them every time. I cannot wait for more!

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Dancing Queen By Charlotte Roth – Review by Dawn Daughenbaugh

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Star
Dancing Queen By Charlotte Roth is very heartwarming yet inspirational story that I loved reading. I couldn’t put it down till the end. Some parts had my emotions all over the place. Fiona and Stu had me feeling like I was on an emotional rollercoaster ride with up and downs and a twist or two.i can relate to Fiona and her struggles and its definitely hard.But Stugives her hope.What happens when she’s talked into entering a dance competition? I highly recommend reading this book especially if you want to know what happens next. I can’t wait to read more from this Author.

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Dancing Queen by Charlotte Roth – Review by Katie Kearney

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Dancing Queen by Charlotte Roth. I love reading and I’ve read tons of books but I’ll have to say I’ve never felt a connection with a story as much as I did this story. From page one I was completely transfixed on this story, with characters I just couldn’t get enough of. This story is inspirational and really just hit me in all the feels. I laughed until I cried in parts and I’ll honestly never forget this story. The author does a wonderful job I believe of writing not only characters you’ll love but also a story that will have you up late repeatedly saying “just one more page”. I’m giving this story a five star review and highly recommend it.

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Dancing Queen By Charlotte Roth – Review by Gail Guerrero

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Dancing Queen By Charlotte Roth

Four Stars

I like fun books where people build themselves up. This story start off wrong for me. The fact that they thought it was ok to nominate someone to get help because of their weight was mean and judgmental. The lady could have a medical issue that causes her to be heavy. It could be anything. But the story does have a ok message. Be who you wish to be. Dance even when someone is watching. Build your confidence so high that even the most vile person couldn’t bring you down. Fiona was strong in many ways and you could feel her emotions when it came to her insecurities. I dislike how it’s mostly your family tearing you down instead of building you up. The book was fun and sassy and made me have a little hope that dreams can come true you just have to have the right people in your corner.
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Dancing Queen by Charlotte Roth – Review by Julie Lounello

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Dancing Queen by Charlotte Roth is a five star novel. This book was a fantastic, quick read. I loved the pace of this book and how life for Fiona changes. I love that the job she has has a program to try to help people with their health issues. Whether that is being too heavy or to thin, they have a support group for both at the same time. When Fiona decides to go to group, she is told she needs to find a hobby and that quilting is a great one. After another coworker is encouraged to go to group too, he decides they should join a dancing competition. Fiona just laughs. How could she possibly join a dancing competition when she looks the way she does? She’s been told her whole life that she was too fat to follow her dream of becoming a dancer. Now that she is thirty-five, she really knows she isn’t qualified but skinny Stu is relentless and insists she join with him.

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Dancing Queen by Charlotte Roth – Review by Michelle Austin

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Dancing Queen was a good 4 star read.

Size is just a number, not a reason.

Fiona is obese and finds herself being told by her boss that she has to go to a support group for people with health problems, she is also encouraged to pick up a hobby. She is also joined by a co-worker named Stu, who is too skinny. He finds the perfect hobby for them, a dancing competition.

Dancing brings up memories for Fiona, some sad some happy. Things take a twist when she finds out her sister is also competing in the competition.

I really enjoyed this book, I had several LOL moments. All of the secondary characters added a great element to the story, although I didn’t care to much for mom or sister. I enjoyed the memories that Fiona had about her grandma. This is an inspirational book on getting past your insecurities and moving forward with being happy as you are. This is my first read from Charlotte Roth and I look forward to reading more from her.

Reviewed by @mab54615
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Miss Apple Pants: Lost in Love (Miss Apple Pants Series Book 2) by Charlotte Roth – Review by Kaitlynn Taylor

Lost in Love: Miss Apple Pants (#2)Lost in Love: Miss Apple Pants by Charlotte Roth
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Lost in Love: Miss Apple Pants by Charlotte Roth

5-stars

Lost in Love: Miss Apple Pants is another 5-star read by Charlotte Roth. This is the second book in the Miss Apple Pants series, and I would definitely suggest reading it in order as this book follows the same characters as the first.

I loved everything about this book, the storyline flowed seamlessly and there was plenty of detail which made everything so easy to picture in my mind. Ella’s story is sweet, funny, relatable, emotional and very romantic and I hope to read more about her in the future!

I would absolutely recommend this book to anyone looking for their next read!

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Dancing Queen By Charlotte Roth- Review by Emily Brockschmidt

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

“Dancing Queen” by Charlotte Roth is a wonderful story about Fiona, a stuck in a rut, overweight 30 something who makes a fast friend out of Stu, a scary skinny man in her office that she meets through some awkward circumstances. Together, this unlikely pair help each other come alive again as they take on a new hobby. I don’t know what I was expecting while I was reading this book, but Charlotte Roth really caught me off guard! I was expecting your generic fat girl finds love story (Not that there is anything wrong with that, those stories make me feel better about my round shape!) but this story is so much more. I loved reading about Fiona’s journey with food and the friends that help build her up. The characters in this story are (mostly) amazing characters that I would love to have as real life friends! The ones that aren’t amazing, felt exactly like people I have in my own life, which broke my heart a little for Fiona. However, this brave woman is no punching bag! Fiona is such a strong, loveable character whom anyone can admire. There is a bit of a twist at the end that literally made me immediately start crying and make a weird emotional noise when I read it because it was so beautiful! So, I give “Dancing Queen” an obvious five stars! Charlotte Roth truly earned them, so do yourself a favor and read this book already!!

Reviewed by @emilybee430
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Dancing Queen by Charlotte Roth – Review by Katie Matthews

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

 

I loved this book!! This was such a wonderful, easy to read story and I absolutely fell in love with the characters Fiona and Stu! I felt like I could really connect with Fiona, the way in which the author write about her made her feel like she was real. I really felt like I wanted to be there on the side lines cheering her along every step of the way. I was truly inspired by Fiona, her story and her outlook on life. The author cleverly intertwined funny with emotion and explored situations that made you think about how society view and judge people all the time based on what they look like.
I have read a few books by this author now and I do love her fun and quirky writing style. Her stories are entertaining to read and I 100 % recommend them!

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Dancing Queen By Charlotte Roth – Review By Kerry Carr

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a heartwarming story about a woman’s dream of becoming a dancer and her journey to over come her past and her weight to make that dream a reality.

With the help of her friends, including her dance partner Stu they start a course that not only allows her to accomplish her dream but in the process brings her family back together.

It will make you laugh and it will make you cry but it will leave you feeling and knowing anything is possible if you have the courage to follow your dreams.

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