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Weight Expectations (Cipher Office Book 1) (edition 2019)

by Smartypants Romance (Author)

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Title:Weight Expectations (Cipher Office Book 1)
Authors:Smartypants Romance (Author)
Info:(2019), 335 pages
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Weight Expectations by M. E. Carter (Author)



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I was already done and over this the first 1/4 of reading. The concept left much to be desire, the characters fell flat and I found myself zoning out more times that I could count due to the lackluster plot, so needless to say, this fell in the dropped graveyard. ( )
  ayoshina | Nov 10, 2019 |
I hate to one-star a Smartypants Romance book, but this one just didn't work for me. Rian is overweight, so she starts working out at a gym. She's kind of the stereotypical jolly fat girl; she was okay as a character. We've seen Carlos before in the Knitting in the City series where he worked with Janie and seemed fine. Here though he's an egotistical gym-rat who only does one-time hook-ups with gorgeous women. Honestly, I don't understand why Quinn, Janie, Dan, or any of the others from KITC series would have anything to do with this guy. He's truly obnoxious.
I had no idea why Rian wanted anything to do with him. As other reviews mentioned, she had a lot more chemistry with Abel, her trainer. They would have been a much better pairing. As it is, Rian being with Carlos seems to degrade her character. Her sister was also obnoxious, carrying the bridezilla trope way too far.
Anyway, I still love the Sassypants books, but this one wasn't for me. ( )
  N.W.Moors | Nov 4, 2019 |
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