Once you’ve read the book, then will you realise that everything that happens could only happen in our dreams. The story itself is interesting, however the raunchy sex bits seem forced.
Holly Brenan is 30, widowed and fat. She ends up sitting next to Logan Montgomery on a plane, one of the most sought-after, cutting-edge personal trainers in the US — he sculpts the bodies of the rich and famous, and let me not forget to mention how he’s the Jude Law of personal trainers. At first glance, Logan is disgusted by how fat Holly is, but their plane ride turns into something neither of them expected – and no, it’s not hot airplane sex – Holly is fat remember? So during the plane ride they get talking and Logan finds Holly so funny, witty and interesting that he decides to offer to help her shed the weight she gained after the death of her husband – at half the price his customers usually pay — he also assumes Holly is a double tragedy of both hot and broke – turns out baby girl is loaded for days. As Holly re-gains her sexy figure, Logan develops a crush and sudden pangs of jealousy as other men begin to second glace the previously overweight beauty. They have a steamy affair which is twisted cause they fuck on gym equipment that people use. But that’s besides the point.. The story is basically about how even the ‘ugliest’ girl can be found attractive by a hot man.
This book made me a bit angry though. It basically highlighted that you can be loved if you’re molded/mold yourself into what’s seen as the ideal woman. Plain and simply — lose weight if you ever want your happy ever after. The book is an interesting read. Killed those pages in 3 days aka 10 hours all together.