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Stephanie Evanovich began writing fiction while waiting for her cues during countless community theater projects. Now a full-time writer, she's an avid sports fan who holds a black belt in tae kwon do.
"Evanovich's incredibly entertaining debut mesmerizes with wit, heart, and intelligence . . . Quality writing, memorable characters, hot sex scenes, and an emotionally satisfying story add up to a marvelous gem." -- Publishers Weekly (starred review) "Savvy, smart and sexy!" -- Susan Anderson, New York Times bestselling author of That Thing Called Love "Big Girl Panties has wit and heart." -- People "A page turner with real heart! This sexy tale will have you racing to your local gym-after you've finished racing through this charming, funny novel." -- Rachel Kramer Bussel, editor of Curvy Girls "Evanovich's debut effort is a funny, clever, and well-paced read." -- Booklist
Holly Brennan has taken comfort in food in the months since her husband's death. She's always been somewhat overweight but is now far beyond-a fact that becomes embarrassingly obvious when she finds herself crammed into an airplane seat next to the fittest, hottest guy she's ever met. Logan Montgomery is a personal trainer to the sports stars. His first impression of Holly is less than kind, but something about her draws him in, and he impulsively offers to help her get back in shape. As they work together, their mutual attraction is complicated by Holly's lack of self-confidence and Logan's preconceived notions about the physical appearance of his girlfriend. -VERDICT This debut from Evanovich (a niece of the best-selling Janet) is a mixed bag. There is enough humor and romance to appeal, but it lacks emotional depth and only skims the surface with the protagonists. Evanovich's writing touches on some interesting themes about body image, but doesn't allow room for her characters to delve into them. Every emotion is thinly drawn, which makes this a slighter read than it could have been. Still, readers looking for something light for the beach will enjoy it. [See Prepub Alert, 1/6/13.]-Jane Jorgenson, Madison P.L., WI (c) Copyright 2013. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.