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Bon Bons to Yoga Pants

Lexie Greene has always had such a pretty face. Unfortunately, that's where it seemed to stop. She's grown up hearing her Mother constantly remind her that she needs to lose weight. And twenty-three-year-old Lexie knows shes overweight.With her younger sister's wedding on the horizon and a crush to stalk on Facebook, Lexie's had enough. She gives up her constant daydreams ab...

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Bon Bons to Yoga Pants Reviews

  • Maria Casey

    Really cute. I'll definitely read the sequel.

  • Samantha

    Katie Cross does it again! Her book had me enthralled until the end. Not only does she excel with YAFantasy, apparently she's proficient with ChickLit as well! You go girl! *throws glitter* I can't wait to read the other HHS books!

  • Quirkybookworm

    You go, girl!

    Lexie Green is practically every woman.

    I so totally get Lexie Green!

    Lexie Greene is now my heroine!

    If she's grumpy, then I'm grumpy, if she's sad, then I'm sad. If she's hungry then I'm hungry. If she's happy then I'm happy.

    This is a wonderful, adorable book which almost every woman can relate to!

    Guess what gals? If Lexie Greene says that we're worthy of ourselves , then, by golly, we are SO totally worthy!!

    I would LOVE to read her next book! Thank you, Katie Cross for your inspirat

  • Kelsey Langenfeld

    This is such a fun book to read. I loved following Lexie's story. She is so relatable and fun. This made me laugh, and giggle and REALLY hungry on more than one occasion. Don't read this on an empty stomach, or in my case, watch the pregnancy cravings. Seriously, read this. It's phenomenal.

  • Alex Reborn

    I really wanted this to be somehow related to yoga, but only the yoga pants are mentioned. Anyhow, the story was wonderful and I was impressed by the outcome. It was a story of transformation and determination, even if the starting point is wrong. The flaws of the characters makes them believable.

    This book made me understand things better, because I had the chance to read the thoughts that lead people to certain actions. In some ways it's difficult for me to understand how food can become such

  • Mary Cooper

    I went through a lot of different emotions reading this book: pity, sorrow, joy, embarrassment, anger, back to joy, triumph. I went through every emotion that Lexie had with her, thanks to Katie Cross' writing. By the end of the book, I felt like Lexie was a friend and I had an emotional bond with her. I want to know more about her life went after the book.

    The struggles that us "big-boned girls" have shone through. It gives readers the realization that it doesn't matter what your size

  • Els

    I loved it. I laughed, and cried with Lexie. I felt for her and I admired her. It was a book full of emotions and with a lot of things that made you think and wonder.

  • Joanna Bennett

    This book (novella?) was such a fun piece to read. I thoroughly enjoyed the plot and often found myself chuckling. I really enjoyed the writing style as well. I recommend it!