Item description for Big Fat Lies by Judy Bagshaw...
Teacher Sofie Peterson, a big beautiful woman, embarks on a Caribbean cruise with her best friend Libby Washington. Together they are celebrating Sofie's divorce from a man who left her-for another man! Without Sofie's knowledge, Libby spins a lie about them to impress businessman Simon Landrich and worse yet, sets Sofie up with Simon's associate Wallace Henderson. Also on board is Finn Baxter, an ex-cop private eye hot on the trail of a con man with whom he has a personal vendetta. He has plans for the con man-which he keeps under wraps-but he didn't plan on meeting a feisty red-head and losing his heart. Sofie and Finn try to resist their growing attraction, while Wallace ardently pursues Sofie. When accidents begin to happen to Sofie, it isn't clear who is the perpetrator. Finn, who always seems to be on the scene of the accidents? Wallace, who may be trying to scare Sofie into his arms? Or fellow passenger Barbara Shulman, with her unexplained but obvious hatred of Sofie? What is clear is that a cruise gets complicated when you start it with a big fat lie!
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Release Date Aug 3, 2006
Publisher Draumr Publishing
ISBN 1933157135 ISBN13 9781933157139
Reviews - What do customers think about Big Fat Lies?
Short and Unrealistic May 7, 2008
This book was really short and not very well developed. There was not any real history of the characters. The characters just when on a cruise and hooked up with random men. I would not consider this a romance novel; there isn't anything romantic about it. The main characters had sex with me they met that day. I like something more realistic for a romance novel.
Big Fat Let Down Jul 25, 2007
I love Judy Bagshaw, I am a red headed bbw teacher, I thought I would love this book, I didn't. The main character and her BFF go on a cruise where they both fall in love and meet and get married within the cruise time. First of all thats sort of irresponsible, you know someone for a week, maybe two? I'm sorry, I like my romance a little more realistic. Also, to throw a curve ball the main character's beau wants her to canoodle with some dangerous guy who wants to marry her for her money. (her Bff told everyone they were antique dealers). I read it in a day, disliked it and was very let down. I love BBW stories, let's keep them sort of real. Judy has such great short stories, but this one was a big fat let down.