Getting Physical

Terri is a BBW who really does not enjoy going to the gym to exercise but she really loves the view of John s hard, pumping thighs John is always at the gym, working on his definition He thinks he s lanky and scrawny and is convinced the sexy, curvy new girl will never look twice at him A twist of fate brings them together, but will they be able to get over their ownTerri is a BBW who really does not enjoy going to the gym to exercise but she really loves the view of John s hard, pumping thighs John is always at the gym, working on his definition He thinks he s lanky and scrawny and is convinced the sexy, curvy new girl will never look twice at him A twist of fate brings them together, but will they be able to get over their own insecurities and take advantage of the season of love It is Valentine s day after all.
Getting Physical Terri is a BBW who really does not enjoy going to the gym to exercise but she really loves the view of John s hard pumping thighs John is always at the gym working on his definition He thinks he s l

  • Title: Getting Physical
  • Author: Victoria Blisse
  • ISBN: 9781908086419
  • Page: 294
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      Published :2018-06-01T17:05:19+00:00

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    Victoria Blisse

    Victoria Blisse Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Getting Physical book, this is one of the most wanted Victoria Blisse author readers around the world.

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    • Elle said:
      Sep 18, 2018 - 17:05 PM

      This storyline grated on my nerves a bit. The major theme of this was about confidence. I am all about romances that involve a misunderstanding, but both characters thinking they are not attractive enough for the other, even though one is a meat-head gym-aholic (who doesn't think he's attractive) well, I don't buy it.I also felt like the author made a point of giving the less-conventionally-attractive character (the heavy woman) the power in this sexual relationship.I didn't buy any of it. And t [...]

    • Ni_kii said:
      Sep 18, 2018 - 17:05 PM

      Terri is gifted a gym membership by her domineering mother. A little curvy, and a lot insecure about it, she doesn’t relish the thought of going to show all her wobbly bits off amongst all the hard bodies. The first thing that she notices is a gorgeous hard-bodied man, who is too perfect to look at the likes of her.John works out every-day. Convinced he is weedy and ugly, he strives to make himself a work of art. He notices Terri the first day she joins but, due to his terrible way with words, [...]

    • Christine said:
      Sep 18, 2018 - 17:05 PM

      Sweet (and hot) little story, but I could have lived without the skinny shaming.Maybe I felt slighted on behalf of all real and realer than real women everywhere. We have breasts, thighs, and curves aplenty that should be worshiped for being so womanly, so perfectly feminine, but instead the world fawns over women who look more like menL women are real women. Things like this, even for a fat girl like myself, are infuriating. Stop splitting women into categories of real or not. Just. Stop.Having [...]

    • Karen S said:
      Sep 18, 2018 - 17:05 PM

      What a fabulous short story! Terri is a curvy, regular woman - cue the cheers from every plumper than a stick insect female reader in the world. Her mother gets her a gym pass as a present, yes really, a present! There she meets, in her eyes, gym god John.Now here is the part that made me smile even wider, John has his own hang ups and misconceptions of his body. Can the two overcome their respective anxieties and succumb to their desires?I love the realness of the characters, they could be you [...]

    • Debi Hursh said:
      Sep 18, 2018 - 17:05 PM

      “I received this book as a review copy in return for an honest review”Getting Physical Book 1 in the Getting Together Series by Victoria BlisseI just love how Victoria has a broad imagination. Not every female in a story needs to be thin and perfect. She brings out the real women and puts them in an every day situation with their struggles in society. This was a great story and Victoria proves that everyone deserves to have love in their life.

    • PNR said:
      Sep 18, 2018 - 17:05 PM

      I just couldn't buy the studly gym dude as an insecure virgin. Also not a huge fan of the dueling first-person narratives.

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