A light-hearted & Funny Romance
Yo - Yo dieter, Lula Love read her decree nisi, she vowed to show her unfaithful husband that she was still desirable. After all, she was pretty, blonde, thirty-something, and was always smiling. Or rather, she used to smile a lot, until Ollie left.
She stood in front of the full-length mirror in the bathroom and looked at her reflection: a caricature of the Michelin man. Size 18 on a bad day, and only five feet one inches tall.
Time for action instead of tears!
No more leggings and baggy tops
No more cream doughnuts
No more takeaways
She would enrol her best friends: Meg and Jen, to help her keep on the straight and narrow. Exercise would be good too – didn’t her rather handsome neighbour go running every morning?
A romance – that’s what she needed! Plus, a Full Monty breakfast every Saturday morning at the local supermarket café, of course. That would hardly ruin the diet, would it?
Praise for - ‘The Love Diet.’
“Lula is a delightful character and this warm and funny book has many laugh-out-loud moments”
– Kay Christopher,
author of Never Let Her Slip Away.