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July 31, 2012

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Julie P.

You can read more about my thoughts on SIZE 12 AND READY TO ROCK here:
http://www.bookingmama.net/2012/07/review-size-12-and-ready-to-rock.html

But I do want to answer a few of your questions..

I definitely enjoyed the Heather Wells books the most. While all four books were funny, I think Heather is just a fantastic character and I liked the murder mystery angles too!

And yes, this book was definitely darker than the first one in the series. Not only did it deal with a very serious issue, but it also made some of the secondary characters more real with details from their pasts.

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