By Stacey Ballis
The very last thing Melanie anticipated to lose while she went on a vitamin was once her husband.
Former legal professional Melanie Hoffman misplaced part her bodyweight and opened a connoisseur take-out café focusing on fit and scrumptious nutrients. Then her husband left her-for a girl two times her dimension. instantly afterwards, she's blindsided via a monetary drawback. Melanie reaches out to a unusual roommate with a ton of luggage and turns into serious about a budding romance with a neighborhood documentary filmmaker.
In this hot and sometimes laugh-out-loud novel, Melanie discovers that she nonetheless has much to profit approximately her acquaintances, her relationships with males, and herself-and that her weight-loss was once just the start of an grand trip that would rework her lifestyles from the interior out..
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