The Perfect Fit: Fat-Free Dreams Just Don't Taste the Same (Paperback)
Fat-Free Dreams Just Don't Taste the Same
HarperCollins Publishers, 9780061173080, 340pp.
Publication Date: February 20, 2007
Sunny Weston always wanted to be perfect . . . and that meant being thin. Now, after what seemed like a million years on the treadmill--and a million miles from the nearest brownie--she finally fits into those slinky black dresses she's been eyeing for years.
But being a perfect size doesn't necessarily equal a perfect life. Suddenly Sunny's best friends are all bitter and jealous. She's become a stranger in her own body. And though her longtime work crush, Adrian, is finally her boyfriend, she's totally confused now that charming, daringly dapper Cagney has appeared on the scene. Worst of all, she's worried that the recipe for a happy life might not be low-calorie after all.
Maybe it's time for Sunny to discover that the true secret to happiness isn't constantly feeling hollow.
Praise For The Perfect Fit: Fat-Free Dreams Just Don't Taste the Same…
“Warm, witty, wise – it’s a PERFECT read.”
-Anita Notaro, author of THE WWW CLUB
“Kean’s introspective novel of self-discovery and personal growth is...enhanced by the dual points of view she affects.”
“Brilliantly observed . . . a must-read.”
-Heat, praise for Louise Kean
“Insightful and laugh-out-loud funny but also serious and sad. An unmissable page-turner.”
-New Woman, praise for Louise Kean
-The Sun, Praise for Louise Kean
“Intelligent and thought-provoking.”
-Company, Praise for Louise Kean
-Grazia, Praise for THE PERFECT FIT
“If you’ve ever thought that happiness came with a smaller dress size, this is definitely the book for you.”
-New Woman, Praise for THE PERFECT FIT
-Closer, Praise for THE PERFECT FIT
“A brilliant tale… Witty and wise.”
-B Magazine, Praise for Louise Kean
“The perfect novel for people who think life will be perfect ‘when’…
-Karyn Bosnak, author of SAVE KARYN and 20 TIMES A LADY
“Well-written and engrossing...”
-Publishers Weekly Annex
“Kean’s understanding...is quite touching, and we do end up rooting for this odd pair of underdogs...”