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I’m mad as hell and I ain’t gonna take it no more!

OK I admit it, I adore a great chick lit read!  When I first read the synopsis of this book I KNEW I had to read it.  It sounded smart, funny, honest and witty as hell.
In Diary of a Mad Fat Girl, you don’t get what you expect.  After reading a lot of Jennifer Wiener books, this book is not about the heroine being chubby, or unhappy, or the underdog.  This book is about the bonds of friendship, and how misunderstandings and communications can make or break relationships.
Mad Fat Girl focuses on three best friends struggling through life in a small town in the Deepest South.  Bugtussle, Mississippi is no place Ace, Chloe, or Lilly really want to be, but they muddle through life as best as they can.
Ace, an art teacher, is trying to get over the great love of her life, Mason Mackenzie, whom she unceremoniously dumped just as he was set to propose.  Her best friend, Lilly Lane, also a teacher at the same school, is hiding a mysterious secret.  The triad is rounded out by Chloe, who is trapped in an abusive relationship with one of the most powerful men in town.
With a heavy dose of Southern colloquialisms and Ace’s hell if I care attitude narrating the center of the story, this book will make you laugh your behind off, while making you think about your relationships.  This is a girl power book, and it really shows you what the power of friendship can do.  Can you count on your best friends to tell you when you’re being an idiot?  Can you help a friend out of jam even if you don’t know what that situation is?  Can you really fo0rgive someone that have lost trust in?
Expect the unexpected in this hilarious, interesting, and stuck together like glue read.
This book is 99cent for kindle but I was provided a copy by the Blog Her Book Club.

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