Jemima Jones is overweight. Living an unhappy life, Jemima soughts solace in food. And thus, she became overweight.
However, her passion for her charming and sexy colleague Ben, makes her realise her life needs changing.
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And when she meets Brad, a Californian hunk, over the Internet, Jemima reinvents herself as JJ - a slim, beautiful, gym-obsessed glamour girl. But when her long-distance Romeo decides that they meet, she must conquer her food addiction to become the bone-thin model of her e-mails. What I’d Like the World to Read 4
Hates her job as a journalist at the Kilburn Herald . She is twenty-seven years old and a bright, caring and kind woman. However, people don’t see that in her. They simply see fat as she is overweight.
A deputy news editor at the Kilburn Herald . Tall, dark and handsome. Secretly fancied by every woman working at the Kilburn Herald , including Jemima herself.
The reason is that this book has the kind of content that once you start reading, you won’t put it down until you know the ending.
To me, I would recommend females only to read this book as the author is narrating mainly from a woman’s point of view and I think this would really relate to us women.
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This book is actually about a woman’s quest to become the woman she has always wanted to be, learning along the way lessons about attraction , addiction , the meaning of true love , and, ultimately, who she really is . However, males are welcome to read this book too. What I’d Like the World to Read 8