By Liza Palmer
Everyone is getting on with their lives other than Maggie. At 26, she's nonetheless serving espresso on the Beanery espresso condominium, whereas her neighbors have become married, having infants, and having actual careers. Even Olivia, Maggie's ally from adolescence, is getting married to the health practitioner with whom she lives. Maggie's roommate? Her puppy Solo (his identify says it all). the guy in Maggie's existence? good there is not one, other than the fellow she has a weigh down on, Domenic, who works together with her on the espresso store as a bus boy.Maggie and Olivia were most sensible associates on the grounds that they have been in grade tuition. either fatties, they befriended one another while not anyone else might. Now grown-up, Maggie continues to be procuring within the "women's part" whereas Olivia went and had gastric-bypass surgical procedure looking for the elusive dimension 2, the holy grail for ladies far and wide. So now Olivia's skinny and blonde and getting married, and Maggie's the fats bridesmaid. Ain't existence grand? during this extraordinary debut novel that's certain to remind readers of Jennifer Weiner's strong In mattress, Liza Orr is either witty and clever, giving voice to ladies in every single place who want for only once that they can ignore their weight.