Grace Adams thinks her life is perfect until her mother gives her an unexpected "gift": a book of diet and exercise tips called Look Great Naked, and says, "I think your husband is having an affair." The unspoken message is this: your husband is straying, and you need to fix yourself. Instead, Grace learns to peel away the scales of image and strip down to her authentic self, no longer addicted to perfection and the notion that she must hide her weaknesses from everyone. She finds herself on a journey of despair and hope -- sometimes side-splitting, sometimes heartrending -- that will empower people to take off their own masks.
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