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Diary of a Big Girl: Live Life Large

by Rebecca Moreno Cuevas

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Convinced that she is a victim of a society that will never accept her, Madison is at the breaking point. She wishes she knew how to change the prejudice she faces as a full figured woman. She fears that she will never be accepted as beautiful, and her fear is holding her back from knowing her own value. Reading over the entries in the diary that has been her lifelong companion and confidante, she comes to realize that she understands pain more than love. Her dark experiences as a child now impact her life as a teenager. She feels awkward in her own curves, and being constantly reminded that she's not perfect isn't helping. Even so, she's really an average teenager, dealing with the usual problems-boys, friends, and even accidentally ending up in a different country. She does find some hope-Liam, her own handsome Prince Charming, has entered her life. But when she learns that this new hope in her life is endangered by a cancer diagnosis for Liam, she struggles for strength. What if the worst happens? Can her heart survive the grief? Like her peers, Madison's life is lived on the edge of hope, fear, and acceptance. And like everyone, all she wants is to be happy and be loved for who she really is. Can she find the strength to create a "happy ever after" despite everything that's going on?

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