Friday, 20 April 2018

REVIEW - Skinny Pants (Happy Pants #3) by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff

The Book
Release Date: 20 April 2018
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From New York Times Bestseller Mimi Jean Pamfiloff Comes a New, Standalone, Romantic Comedy, SKINNY PANTS.
(Book Three, The Happy Pants Café Series) 


DR. JACK REED has been through hell. His wife cheated on him, broke his heart, and lied for years. But moving on isn’t easy, and it’s impossible to trust women again. Until he meets Macie, a nurse at his new hospital. There’s something about her honest heart that makes him want to fight to get his life back. 

NURSE MACIE FRANKLIN was always known as “the fat girl.” After decades of failed diets, she doesn’t dream of ever being anything but invisible to the opposite sex. One moment of weakness and two glasses of bubbly later, she’s in a steamy online chat with “Dr. J-Love” as the fake, size 8, bubbly Catrina.

Their passionate conversation convinces her it’s time to make big life changes. But when she goes to see Dr. Reed, the new amazing surgeon everyone’s talking about, it’s Dr. J-Love! And he’s way hotter in person.

They hit it off a second time as friends, but now Macie’s heart is at risk of falling hopelessly in love. Will he ever love the real her back?

My Review  5 STARS
**My thanks to the author for providing me with a free copy for an honest review**

This book although part of a series can be read as a stand alone, but it will take you on a rollercoaster of emotions.

Both Macie and Jack have a lot to go through in this book, both as individuals and as a couple, Jack has trust issues and Macie has a a slight loss of body confidence.

As with previous books we get taken on a journey of discovery for our characters and we get to see a little more of Ms Luci and some of the other characters from the previous books brought into the mix along with mentions of the authors other penned works.

Its another amazing book that finished far too quickly and the end of a series that must be re-read as most of the authors books and to be.

I certainly recommend not only this book, but ALL other the authors previous books.

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