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Average Jill by Summer Ellis: First Five

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When Jillian finds herself wishing for something more out of love, her best friend Stacey is positive she knows just how to help… Operation: Trade Up.

Jill isn’t sure Stacey’s cure won’t be worse than the cause of all her woes, but there is just no arguing with Evil Makeover Barbie when she has one thing on her mind. One way or the other, Stacey is determined that Jillian is going to find her Prince Charming – or else!

SENTENCE ONE: Have you ever met one of those women–you know, the ones who come across slightly overweight but lovable vixens, still managing to be beautiful and sexy and irresistible, all at the same time?

THOUGHTS: Of course I have! I am one.

SENTENCE TWO & Three: Yeah. That’s not me.

THOUGHTS: Ohhhh! I’m loving it. We all wonder ‘what if’ with these kinds of stories. I’m happy this one delves into the NON norm.

Sentence Four & Five: Hi. I’m Jillian, I’m an addict.

THOUGHTS: This reminds me of Mike and Molly. (TV show.) I’m loving the similarities.

MORE SENTENCES: Okay, not really an addict. I just love cake. No, I do not believe the cake loves me back, and no, I don’t replace sex with food. I just don’t understand why more people don’t want to incorporate the two.

THOUGHTS: Excellent points. I’m loving the POV, the MC and the flow. (Yes, I finished this book. Yes Average Jill was worth every penny.) At $1.99? Why the hell not! My only compliant was that the author doesn’t have a shit ton more “average” books out yet.  Summer Ellis is a great story teller. Worth the time folks. For sure!



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