Kristen Jensen, a Navy veteran, is at the end of her rope. She weighs almost three hundred pounds, and she’s becoming a cripple. Desperate for help, she asks her VA therapist if she can go into treatment with the addicts and the alcoholics. In treatment, Kristen meets Sean Wesley. She melts when she sees his black hair, blue eyes and perfect body, and assumes the only reason he’s speaking to her is that she’s the only other person in the room. She has no clue, at first, who he really is, or what a rock star could ever see in her.
Sean thinks it’s tragic that a pretty girl is trapped inside such a huge body, and when she shares her story, he’s impressed by her openness and honesty. She’s the bravest person he’s ever met, sitting with her fruit and salad surrounded by people eating the day-old pastry donated by the local bakery. He finds himself drawn to her, but she’s had decades to build her layers of defense.
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About the Author
Ms. Weber is the Publisher of the Marketing for Romance Writers Newsletter, winner of the 2013 & 2015 Preditors & Editors Readers' Polls for Best Writers' Resource. She also heads Roses & Thorns Re-views.
Ms. Weber battles bi-polar disorder, quipping, "You haven't lived until you've been the only woman on the locked ward at the VA." She lost over a hundred pounds and kept it off for almost three years, and has incorporated these experiences into her books. Ms. Weber lives in Round Lake Beach, Illinois. She has two married daughters, eight as-sorted grandchildren and step-grandchildren, and two cats who have her very well-trained.