This is a sensitive and an insightful novel by Danielle Steel. The author rejoices the qualities of so called unconventional beauty while exploring intense issues of weight, body image, fat phobia, self-image, sisterhood, and family. This books premise is very realistic. It talks about the unconventional beauty and body image. The society thinks fat is stigma. Whereas it is not as what the so called slim people think.
Fat people are ridiculed always. Because of such behaviour, the people who are fat are subjugated to have low self esteem and it is very difficult to combat with such problems.I liked this book personally because I could connect with Victoria, the protagonist of the book. This book is motivating for those who think being fat is not beautiful.
P.S. I received this book from the publishers and in return I promised an honest and unbiased review.
(c) Reviewed by Sridevi Nayak Karopady