Katie, Pixie, Jane and Ellie are the sort of women that all other women will be able to relate to; they have worries about their looks, but it's more than a book about weight issues, it's a book about relationships (of all kinds), career highs and lows, health scares and all sorts.
I enjoyed the flowing changes in the relationship dynamics between the four women, the issues they all faced brought enough grit to evoke a whole range of emotions, and some of the other characters were just as interesting as the main four.
The Curvy Girls Club was a joy to read. I found I got completely absorbed in the story and characters, and particularly towards the end, I didn't want to put the book down. I found myself wishing there was such a thing as The Curvy Girls Club, and what do you know; there at the back of the book was a link to The Curvy Girls Club on Facebook.
I will be keen to read more books by this author.
I received a copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.