Genre: Fiction - Chick lit
Publisher: Avon Trade, 2006
Rating: D, or Good Idea Bad Execution
Premise: Heather Wells works at a university in the housing office. A popular girl goes missing one day, and Heather is on the job to find out what's happened to her, whilst fighting and giving in to her food cravings.
I picked up this book because it's the only one the library had at the time (all others were checked out) by Meg Cabot. My husband and I went on a cruise and I wanted some "junkfood" reading for the pool deck. =) I quite liked the other Meg Cabot book I read, so I thought this one looked promising.
Unfortunately... I turned out to be dead wrong. The ultimate stomach disturbance and regret from the Big Mac inevitably came upon me. This book was so stupid, it felt like a major waste of time. And that's not because I "can't" appreciate junkfood, I most certainly can. (Bring on the sour cream and onion Lay's and the Ben and Jerry's.) However, this was no Ben or Jerry. It was more like a stale Peep. +/-