By Kimberla Lawson Roby
Meet Whitney, Taylor, and Charisse, 3 girls who've been top neighbors on the grounds that highschool. even though, this dedicated troika is ready to find a wave of unforeseen troubles.Whitney is a plus-size lady who simply cannot flip down a field of Krispy Kremes or discover a guy who will remain put.Taylor is in a long term courting with a boyfriend who is allergic to commitment.Charisse is married, with cute little ones, yet by some means does not have what she fairly wants—or needs.Then all at once Charisse spins uncontrolled. Her doormat husband manages to face as much as her or even threatens to move public with a really shady mystery Charisse had was hoping to maintain hidden, particularly from her interfering mom. determined, she makes a decision that just a very dicy scheme will retailer her.One consistent for those ladies has been the help they have provided each other. yet this time, how some distance can friendship go?In this witty, rollicking, deeply poignant tale, Kimberla Lawson Roby demonstrates the storytelling magic that has gained her legions of adoring enthusiasts and made her novels bestsellers.
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Charisse tried explaining, but she knew he was telling the truth about everything. She truly hadn’t liked his parents, his friends, or anyone else who had tried to interfere in their lives. She’d wanted their lives to be only about the two of them, and if it hadn’t been for her belief that God wanted women and men to procreate, she never would have considered having children either. It was also the reason she’d only wanted one child and not the two she’d ended up with. “I’m saying it because it needs to be said.
I just know you ain’t tryna’ to tell me how to speak. Because in case you forgot, I’m the customer and the customer is always right. You got that? ” “I agree with you one hundred percent, but I am not obligated to listen to any forms of vulgarity. ” “I’ll say whatever the hell I feel like sayin’, anytime I get ready. ” “And I just hope you do, too. Whitney Todd. ” The verdict was in. This woman was mentally insane. She was being unreasonable and it was time I ended this debate of ours before I ended up saying something I wouldn’t be able to rescind.
Ashamed of the way I longed for lots of food. The way I worshiped anything that could slightly fancy my taste buds. There was no denying that I was a compulsive overeater and I hated it. Sometimes I even hated myself and wondered why God had allowed me to be conceived in the first place. I wondered why He had blessed my sister and my mother and even my two closest friends with normal-sized bodies, but had given me something more similar to Humpty-Dumpty’s. It just wasn’t fair and I wanted an explanation for it.