Fat Chance

Fat Chance

Book rating: 03 Paperback The Kingsley Series

By (author) Brandi Kennedy


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  • Publisher: Createspace
  • Format: Paperback | 294 pages
  • Dimensions: 152mm x 229mm x 19mm | 508g
  • Publication date: 16 November 2013
  • ISBN 10: 149377235X
  • ISBN 13: 9781493772353
  • Edition: 2
  • Illustrations note: black & white illustrations

Product description

Meet Cassaundra Keaton, an adult orphan raised in the foster system. She's overweight and struggling to survive in a world that makes her feel like she can never fit in. Follow her journey as she learns to trust and love herself, and watch her grow as she finds love. But will an issue from her past rise up to ruin her new life?

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Author information

Brandi Kennedy is a romance novelist who is finally living her childhood career dream. As a child, books were her world and through adulthood, that love of words has never changed. Brandi is now a contemporary romance novelist and poet with a deep love of writing and a curiously adventurous desire to someday write in several other genres. A woman of varied interests, Brandi loves photography, music of all kinds, knitting, crochet, and of course, mothering her two young daughters. Currently, she finds her home in the heart of Knoxville, Tennessee, among the mountains and the members of her extended family, where she spends her days at the computer, bringing fresh and incredibly real characters to life.

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By Belinda 25 Jun 2014 3

When I first picked up the book Fat Chance I thought this was going to be a book I could easily identify with. I mean as an overweight girl, who has learnt to love her body, and accept love from others, this sounded like a story that could easily be modelled on my journey.

There was a good story line, but the book didn't quite meet my expectations. There was some dialogue, character reactions, and extended descriptions I found were a bit over the top or not believable. With some further tightening I think this book could be improved greatly.

I would recommend this to readers between the ages of 18 and 24.