Soul Mate Publishing
On Sale: November 14, 2012
Featuring: Megan Sayla; Jacob Dante
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After making a disastrous spectacle of herself at the altar,
overweight brainiac Megan Sayla only wants to save face by
changing the direction of her life, but doesnâ€™t expect to
make a wrong turn and end up in a menâ€™s bathroom stall.
As she tries to gather her thoughts to make her escape,
sheâ€™s befriended by a stranger, Jacob Dante, whose
unexpected chivalrous behavior ends up giving her words of
comfort, wisdom, and the strength to move forward.
Along with her new friendship with Jacob and her
overachieving cousin, Sam, by her side, Megan inches her way
to a better life, mind, and body. Despite her positive
progress, she finds that familiar obstacles make her journey
almost impossible to complete and former allies attempt to
derail her success.
With Jacobâ€™s encouragement, Megan continues forward, but
as she pushes toward her goals, the journey becomes more
complicated and Megan begins to question her own motivation.
Should she simply return to the life and fiancĂ© she had
before to make others happy? Or can she believe in herself
enough to finish what she started?
3 comments posted.
Re: Weighting for Mr. Right
I think that most of us hit a "rock" of some sort at some
point in our lives, and it's wonderful of you to take your
experience, and turn it into a series of books to help
others!! Congratulations on your book, as well as your new
life, and I'm sure that you're going to be helping others in
the process!! It takes a special kind of woman to work as a
trauma nurse - one who has guts, and you proved that by
moving on and getting not one, but 2 degrees!! You should
give yourself a big pat on the back for everything you've
been able to accomplish!!
(Peggy Roberson 9:36am April 19, 2014)
I like that your heroine does have the same complicated life
we all have one way or another. And yeah, sometimes the
hardest thing to do is permit yourself to admit that you
screwed up on a something and need to start over -- usually
the relationship things are the hardest to admit to.
Few people truly realize that your weight is only one aspect
of your health. It sounds like you make that a good theme
in this book. Thanks!
(Glenda Martillotti 3:39pm April 19, 2014)
Thanks Glenda and Peggy! I'm glad you liked the post and the book.
(Patricia Fischer 5:38pm April 22, 2014)
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