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    An okay read

    This was an okay read for me. I didn't like this book as much as I did the first book in the series, Size Matters. I hate to say it but there it is. There were parts that I liked a lot and other parts that made me want to pull my hair out. I did find this book to be a fairly quick read and I did want to see Valerie and Logan get their happily ever after. Logan is back in town for the first time in a lot of years. He has just opened a new bar and needs it to be successful pretty quickly so that he can help his mom out. Valerie has always had a crush on her older brother's best friend and isn't sure what to do now that he is back in town. When Logan finds himself in need of a comptent bartender, Valerie decides that she is the right person for the job. Let's get to some of the stuff that bothered me about this book. Valerie's brother is over the top. I hated him and can't understand why Valerie has allowed him to have so much say in her life. I liked Valerie a whole lot less just because she doesn't stand up to her brother. I think that this book would have been so much better if his character just wasn't around. Not only did Valerie not stand up to her brother, she didn't always make Logan listen to her. She is supposed to be this really confident character but she doesn't speak up when it really matters. I just didn't get it. I liked Logan and Valerie as a couple and thought they had a lot of chemistry. I really did want to see them figure out how to make things work with each other. The sexier moments in this book were very well done and sometimes even laced with a bit of humor at times. I thought that their feelings for each other felt really genuine. This book can easily be read as a stand alone story even though it is the second book in the series. I did enjoy seeing the characters from the first book in this story but this story would work well on its own. I plan to read more from Alison Bliss in the future. I received an advance reader edition of this book from Forever (Grand Central Publishing) via NetGalley.
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    Fantastic

    I loved how Valerie had loved Logan from a young age and he kept on fighting the attraction to her. Now they can be together forever.
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    I would kill for some maturity in this book

    When this book started, I loved Valerie and couldn’t stand Logan. By the time I reached the end of the book I no longer completely hated Logan, but I also didn’t like Valerie much anymore. I think I would have liked this book better if any of the characters in it had behaved with any maturity. At least Sam and Leah from the previous book make cameo appearances and, unlike their behavior in their own book, are the token full-grown adults in the story.
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    ...a positive message of self - love...

    True beauty comes from within. As a society, we seem to forget that not everyone is a size 0-4. So I applaud Ms. Bliss for creating a heroine with curves that has the confidence and heart to speak her mind and love herself. Like most people, when it comes to matters of the heart is when the complications begin. The object of Valerie's girlhood fantasies has always been the bane of her existence, but the keeper of her heart all the same. Distance, time, nor age has changed that on her end. Too bad the man in question is just as determined to keep her at arm's length. Maybe this time she'll change his mind. If they don't kill each other first. On the Plus Side uses light humor, a romantic story and a sweetheart of a duo to deliver a positive message of self - love and second chances.
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    Really good read.

    A very good book. It showed a strong woman who's size was not her problem. She was a little headstrong for me but she knew what she wanted and went after it. Good for her. I liked the story and how she didn't give up. There a lot of bigger and big women out there who have lives too. Thanks for writing about them too.
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