Size Matters

Size Matters

by Robyn Peterman

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ISBN-13: 9781601830630
Publisher: Kensington
Publication date: 12/19/2013
Series: Handcuffs and Happily Ever Afters Series , #2
Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 297
Sales rank: 37,159
File size: 897 KB

About the Author

Robyn Peterman writes because the people inside her head won’t leave her alone until she gives them life on paper. Her addictions include laughing really hard with friends, shoes (the expensive kind), Target, Coke with extra ice in a styrofoam cup, bejeweled reading glasses, her kids, her super-hot hubby and collecting stray animals.

A former professional actress, with Broadway, film and T.V. credits, she now lives in the south with her family and too many animals to count. Writing gives her peace and makes her whole, plus having a job where you can work in your P.J.’s works really well for her. You can follow Robyn at She loves to hear from her fans.

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Size Matters 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 20 reviews.
Tracey_Quintin5 More than 1 year ago
Motherhumpin' Cowballs!!   Size Matters is yet another brilliantly written book by the amazing Robyn! I have yet to read another author's work who compares in any way to Robyn's writing. I continue to learn new words I've never heard before in reading Robyn's vocabulary is growing LOL! Kristy is such a relatable main character in this fact how she relates to people and so wants to make a difference in the lives of others is so me and how I try to live my life. I must mention Mitch. WOW! What a guy! That's all I'll say about him because I don't want to give anything away. The rest of the characters in the story, that you may love or hate, start off seeming like they are from the island of misfits. However, they each have their uniqueness and certainly grew on me and made me care about each one of them! All endearing me more to them while on their quest to find Bigfoot! There were moments I giggled, had a lump in my throat, was on the edge of my seat, worried and happy! I LOVED this book and highly recommend to all. Robyn, you continue to be one of my top never fail to deliver. Very well done. Kudos girl!
Marie1MB More than 1 year ago
I was abso-freaking-lutely HAPPY to do a review for Size Matters. I knew after reading the first few sentences of chapter one I was in for another hilarious riot. Robyn Peterman creativity thrills and AMAZES me! I laughed, I cried, I was even speechless with the variety of words for the female bits. To say I couldn't put this book down is a understatement. Every time I went to put my kindle down to do something, I was smiling, anticipating what would happen next in the book until I couldn't stand it anymore and dived for my kindle again, eagerly devouring the words on the pages. I really thought Edith and Mrs. C were a real hoot! They seemed so mean yet by the end you actually find out they care..they just prefer hiding it behind a mask of insults (which were hilarious) and meanness. Boo and Mariah were really interesting to get to know. Boo was a psychic and such a tender hearted person and Mariah is a tiny woman with anger issues that tends to solve problems by breaking noses and kneeing testicles. She may sound like a man but when I found out why, I nearly cried. Mitch is another HOT COP that has a fetish with using handcuffs in the most delightful ways on Kristy. I found myself wishing constantly that he was real. He is FREAKING SMOKING HOT! Kristy is a sweet person who runs a homeless shelter and is just as fun as her best friend Rena who ended up falling HARD for Mitch from the moment she meets him. When she is forced to go on a Bigfoot hunt do to a bet she lost, things turn funny and she ends up having a good time, even when she is missing Mitch..but he isn't too far behind. This was another laugh-out-loud romantic comedy with good, fun, sexy characters, plenty of adventures, and amusing dialogue that will have you rolling on the floor laughing your butt off and the sparks between Mitch and Kristy is out of this world, and the sex is definitely VERY satisfying. I wish I could give this a ten stars but since I am unable to do that I will settle with a FIVE OUT OF FIVE STARS. Size Matters is one of those books I want to read over and over again just to see if I missed anything. A major MUST MUST MUST READ.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love Robyn Peterman's books. They are filled with side-splitting laughter and hot romance. This is the second book in the Handcuffs and Happily Ever After Series. After losing a bet with her best friend Rena, Kristy must escort Aunt Phyllis to all her Big Foot meetings. Her lose quickly becomes unbearable when she is wrangled into going on a Big Foot hunt to create a television show with her Big Foot Group. During a meeting, Kristy meets hunky cop Mitch and instant sparks fly. Unfortunately, Kristy has sworn off cops and has bet her best friend that she will not date Mitch. Not willing to lose another bet, Kristy must stay far away from Mitch.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I can't even remember the last time I read a book that had me laughing so hard I cried for the entire book! I am so happy I found this author. Her sense of humor is amazing, and I could not put this book down until I finished it at 4 am!
Jettamomma More than 1 year ago
Robyn Peterman has a very unique style of writing, bless her little heart! It is creative and uses humor to help you experience a wide range of emotions while reading this book. Kristy has a heart of gold and Mitch has a butt to die for! What else could you ask for in a couple, bless their hearts! Kristy's adventure to find the elusive Bigfoot brings together a weird group of definitely flawed characters that you can't help but fall in love with as they grow together in solving the mystery. This book was a great read and follow-up to How Hard Can It Be and I am definitely looking forward to the next in the series, bless Robyn's heart!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have been looking forward to Size Matters since I first read HHCIB. This was another winner by Robyn Peterman. I loved Kristy, she was the mostly sane one in a band of psychos (as opposed to Rena from HHCIB who was as psycho as the rest of her band in her book). I really enjoyed Kristy's relationship with Rich, and the hotness with Mitch. It was the best of both worlds. Edith and Mrs C, who you ended up disliking in Book 1, really found their way into your hears by the end of this book. So many hilarious scenes in this book, hard to pick just one. But the visuals of the final scenes were awesome. I will say this, be prepared to laugh a lot, snort laughing. And if you are from the Minneapolis area, well that is just a bonus, because the hot dish references are fantastic!!! Book 3, Candy's book...cannot wait!!!
Anonymous 25 days ago
Reads like it was written by a teenage boy. The humor, the descriptions of naked bodies, the descriptions of sex all read like coming from an immature, inexperienced, male point of view
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great fun characters!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
How the hell Ms. Peterman comes up with the weirdest but funniest cuss words ever I will never know but it's those words, plus her insanely funny story lines and extremely colorful characters that make her books one of kind reads! This book was no different...Bigfoot. ..really? Just when I thought it couldn't get any more ridiculous I read about a group of mismatched misfits whom believe in the existence of Bigfoot, except they are totally matched...if that even makes I enjoyed the whole dynamic of the group, I loved that it was the grannies that had experience is military warfare and not the youngins, that was hilarious! I always look forward to mellowing out with a RP book after reading a series of books that put me in a jumpy frame of mind. RP just makes me laugh and you just never know what new and inventive cuss word you will learn with one of her books! SR
Jasmyn9 More than 1 year ago
I'm not sure where to start with this one. It had me practically falling out of my chair laughing with so many random and ridiculous things. Aunt Moon Unit (as she prefers to called), the two mean old lady lesbians, a bigfoot hunt, and a reality TV show leave so many openings for hilarity and Robyn Peterman grabs each and ever one of them. Kristy's story all begins with a lost bet with her best friend Rena - infamous author of the carreer ending romance Pirate Dave and His Randy Adventures. While you don't have to know Rena's story from book one to enjoy Kristy's - there are a lot of small things that really make you giggle that you may miss. Kristy has sworn off cops after her most recent disaster, and refuses to let herself fall any further Mitch the super hunk with a man-butt to die for. Kristy has an issue with her brain to mouth filter around him, so she has some extremely humourous conversations. Mitch is apparently a god come to earth full of super hotness and sexiness. You don't really get a feel for what he's all about (other than Kristy) since the story is told strictly from Kristy's point of view. I do love how he fights for what he wants and is willing to take some pretty drastic measures, too. Most of the story takes place on the Big Foot hunt in Duluth. Yes, an honest to goodness Big Foot hunt using the Big Foot bible as a reference for behavioral traits that may leave evidence behind. There is always something going on with the crazy crew Kristy is traveling with, and her life just keeps getting more and more interesting and a very insane sort of way. This book is a great book to pick up and fly through in an afternoon. You really don't realize how much you've read until you're just about done and realize all your characters are about to get their HEA's. Please read this if you're in desperate need of a laugh - even the grumpiest will have to chuckle a few times.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I recommend this book. Fast and cute summer read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Easy fun read. Some terms or words were overused but the overall feel of the book was fun. I can't remember the last book I read that actuallt made me chuckle.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Funny book, good read. However, tends to lose its punch when there are way too many similarities to other books this author has written. I repeatedly caught myself thinking I was reading one of the Hot Damned books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thoroughly enjoyed this sequel. I will admit that I guessed the ending after reading the first quarter of it, but that made it interesting in itself. Worth checking out whether you've read the first novel or not; relevant information was added for those who did not read "How Hard Can It Be".
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RomanticReadsandSuch More than 1 year ago
If you are ready to laugh out loud, to the point of snorting, Size Matters is the book for you. You have to be in the mood for screwball comedy (think old I Love Lucy shows times ten) but underneath all of the ridiculousness and silliness, there is also a love story and a heartfelt tale about there being more than meets the eye – the perfect combination to make you laugh and sigh. Full review available at Romantic Reads and Such on wordpress. (Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It is so funny hi i am 12 got to go
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BooksnKisses More than 1 year ago
NUMBER OF HEARTS:  4 REVIEW:  This is was fun read.   We met Kristy briefly in “How Hard Can It Be” (which was super funny and you really should read) and her best gal pal Rena.  But In Size Matters we find out the Kristy has been extremely unlucky in love.  Like beyond unlucky in love.  Oh and Kristy really should never beat on anything.  She is guaranteed to lose. Hence the reason Kristy finds herself driving Aunt Moon-Unit (Yes Moon-Unit) to a month worth of Bigfoot believer meetings.   But that is only the start of Kristy’s trouble.   Kristy takes yet another beat from her best pal.  What is the bet?  That she won’t fall head over heels for Jack’s (who is Rena’s boyfriend)best friend and new partner.  Kristy knows this a beat that she can’t lose.  No way, no how, not ever going to happen.  You see Kristy has sworn off dating cops.   But then women's shelter she runs is broken into and she comes face to face with the most amazing man she has ever seen.   From that moment on things don’t go according to plan.  Oh heck the completely and udderly blow up in Kristy’s face.  I love Robyn’s writing style.  She is so funny.  Her characters are fun and have some of the most colorful language I have ever read.  I often wonder where the heck Robyn grow up at to learn such language.   If you have not given Robyn’s books a try you really should.   I can’t wait to see what she has in store for us next.  Disclaimer:  I received a complimentary copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. This review is my own opinion and not a paid review. 
Vicki101370 More than 1 year ago
Yet another winner in the Handcuffs and Happily Ever Afters series by Robyn Peterman. This book made me laugh out loud, cry and root for the crazy cast of characters to come out on top. I enjoyed this book and will be passing it around to a host of friends. Thank you Robyn for another fantastic book. I love they way they make me fee and can NOT wait for the next one to come out!