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by Mariah I Jones

Category: Romantic Comedy
Subcategory: Romance
Author: Mariah I Jones
ISBN: 1463708653
ISBN13: 978-1463708658
Language: English
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (January 9, 2012)
Pages: 232
Fb2 eBook: 1999 kb
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Cupcake is an unconventional love story told from the point of view of modern woman with a bigger-than-average waistline. As Darcy Miller struggles with her weight and self acceptance, her life takes a dramatic change after an "underwear-related-disaster." Follow her as she meets Mr. Wrong, Mr. Right, and learns that size is not everything.
Comments to eBook Cupcake: A Modern Love-Story with a Bigger-Than-Average Waistline
Fonceiah
I love fun books that help me escape reality, that's why I read fiction. THIS book just kept me rolling my eyes, literally. I kept catching myself rolling my eyes or just tossing the book to the side. I try to finish every book that I start, so I did end up reading it to the end, but my goodness was it hard to want to.

Chick lit seems to always have a self-deprecating, clumsy main character so even though it's annoying, I was semi-ok with that. However, there didn't seem to be any redeeming qualities for Darcy that would make her at all appealing to anyone let alone the town's HOTTEST gorgeous artsy wonderful intelligent man. He meets her when she has purple dye all over herself, she barely speaks because she's tongue tied around him (on the date, when they keep running into each other, etc), she always looks a hot mess around him (the dye incident, when she freaking RAN HIM OVER WITH HER CAR and said that she looked frazzled/frizzy), yet he keeps going on about how gorgeous she is when the description sounds completely unappealing (from her own mouth, not because she's overweight just what's appealing about looking like Barney the dinosaur and frazzled?).

There shouldn't have even been an "I want to lose weight" part of this book because she really didn't care to lose weight and it had no point, she didn't stick to it for more than a meeting. I'm surprised that she works at a bakery and they didn't point out her loving her sweets since she says that she's fat because she loves food and hates working out, how can you work at a bakery and gloss over that?

The actual sentences and writing style were just okay, sometimes short and choppy and with no real description/flow to it. At one point, it switched from 1st to 3rd person which was off-putting.

Thorne wasn't fleshed out as an actual person to me. Yes, we got a bit of backstory about the brother but otherwise he's just dreamy mcdreamy with no real guy qualities. EVERYTHING about him can't be perfection.

Why is she hugely obese AND owns her own business (money money) yet sleeps in a twin bed? The cost of living isn't even ghastly there so I'm sure she could afford a queen or king bed, twins are small and uncomfortable for me and i'm nowhere near her size.

I wanted to like the book and may set out to write a fat chick lit book myself because this one didn't really do it for me
Puchock
I loved the light humor in the book. There was a jovial, happy nature to the entire story that made me smile a lot. Darcy Miller, the overweight female lead, is definitely a unique character with depth. She has moments of unbreakable defiance and moments of spazzy panicking. Her wit comes through very clearly since the story is through her eyes and thoughts. The reason I kept was definitely because I wanted to see what happened to Darcy at the end.

The thing that was disappointing about the story was that the problems got cleaned up rather quickly and neatly. The weight issue storyline seemed to fade away once Thorne arrived, but I guess that makes sense since he had no problem with Darcy's weight. Yet, there really wasn't much to challenge their courting. It was a cute, heart-warming story, but the drama didn't raise it's head until it was too late. I just kind of read those parts and chuckled about how the sources of trouble were going to get undone without much effort and tension.

Even though there's no gut-wrenching, tear-jerking scenes in this book, it is still a great read. It would be perfect for someone looking for a casual, low-drama romance with an nontraditional heroine. After all, not every story has to be filled with lover spats and broken hearts.
Cezel
I have a tendency to put off reading certain books when I view the cover... I did it with RL Mathewson's Perfection and Playing for Keeps and I should have learned by now "not to judge a book by it's cover".

This story is told through the heroine Darcy's eyes, she begins with her inability to lose weight and the struggles she's been through her entire life as a plus size woman, the insecurities, the taunting from her peers, and her own belief that she doesn't deserve anything better.

When Darcy initially spots her new neighbor she mistakes him for a mover, she and her sister ogle him from her bakery shop window and she doesn't think twice about it, until she finds herself in a precarious position in her shop and he's the one that finds her.

Thorne introduces himself, and from that point on he quietly pursues Darcy without being obvious, he flirts, he defends, and he's a gentleman.

Darcy is a bit of a Klutz, her nerves get the best of her, and you will find yourself chuckling in the least likely places... the romance between Thorne and Darcy is slow, and sweet.

This isn't a hot and heavy romantic read, this is a journey into a woman's life that has to choose to believe in the love of a man, or let old wounds and insecurities steal the happiness she's just began to feel.
Clonanau
mysin says:

I don't understand what some people are talking about. One person said she couldn't read this for the profanity. She must have this book mixed up with a different one as I saw no "crude descriptions and profanity" It was a nice love story about a "fat girl" and a guy who didn't let her weight define her. It was well written and you just know that she had to have had some of those experiences of fat jokes, so her confidence is low. So low she thinks that she is being cheated on by this new guy. Yes, it is a fairy tale with a happy ending. We all can't be perfect and wear child sized clothing. There are lots of overweight girls and some of them do have happy relationships and I think that some folks may be blind in understanding that. I hope that some of the negitive reviews didn't ruin a "feel good" book for you! I laughed out loud and would recommend this to anyone that likes a cute love story. It was a quick easy read and I wanted to see how Darcy and everyone at "Cupcake" finally solve all the problems of the day. I was glad for the epilog and would like to read more feel good books like this!
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