Muffin Top (The Hartigans, #2)
The only thing about me that’s a size zero is the filter on my mouth. I’ve got a big personality, a big rack, and a big number on the scale. And I’m perfectly fine with that.But when some random guy suggests I might not be eating alone if I’d ordered a salad instead of a hamburger I’m shocked silent, which is a feat, trust me.That brings us to one sexy fireman named Frankie Hartigan. He’s hot. He’s funny… And he’s just apologized for being late for our “date” then glared at the fat-shaming jerk. Next thing I know, he’s sitting down and ordering himself dinner.I have no problem telling him I don’t need a pity date… unless of course it’s to my high school reunion next week. Oops where did that last bit come from? And what do I do now that he’s said yes?!Because this is no make-over story, and I think Frankie is using me for something. I just have to figure out what…

Muffin Top (The Hartigans, #2) Details

TitleMuffin Top (The Hartigans, #2)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseOct 22nd, 2018
PublisherEntangled: Amara
ISBN-139781640634589
Rating
GenreRomance, Contemporary Romance, Contemporary

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  • Dinjolina
    January 1, 1970
    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story.I’m plus sized and I eat and don’t eat salads. It’s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichés are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and ’always say what she thinks, consequence be damned’; because if you’re curvy, you also have to have a BIG personality - just like all the ’fat friends’ ever portrayed in literature or at the cinema.Curves are more than a gim I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story.I’m plus sized and I eat and don’t eat salads. It’s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichés are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and ’always say what she thinks, consequence be damned’; because if you’re curvy, you also have to have a BIG personality - just like all the ’fat friends’ ever portrayed in literature or at the cinema.Curves are more than a gimmick for you to sell, packed to the eyeballs with clichés. I’m tired of plus sized life, struggles, and living being a perpetual loop of bad Amy Schumer jokes.
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  • Rachel
    January 1, 1970
    Ah-maz-ing. That’s they best way to describe this unbelievably awesome read from the equally awesome Avery Flynn. If you haven’t already ordered this book do so now, this should be on EVERYONE’S must read list.
  • Kaetrin
    January 1, 1970
    pre-ordered from Amazon.
  • Melissa Smith
    January 1, 1970
    Totally loving the Hartigans, especially Frankie. Lucy is awesome. I was so impressed with Lucy's character. Her inner voice was spot on!!! Frankie and his reputation are drool worthy but pale in comparison to his journey of self discovery that is beyond sexy and endearing. Worth the wait to read, but I was lucky to win an advanced copy. Now the wait begins for the next Hartigan book.
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  • Sue
    January 1, 1970
    The highly anticipated continuing story of the Hartigan Family! Frankie is the bomb. Love him so much. Lucy is awesome. Avery Flynn knows how to write romantic comedy! I loved this book, love this series and can’t wait for more.
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