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When the paparazzi snap Janey Sweet nibbling on a "bruffin" at a bridal show, her best pal and business partner Beau sends her on a mandatory hiatus. As CEO of B., a couture wedding dress company, Janey has an image to maintain. According to Beau, this so-called image includes losing thirty pounds pronto!
On the heels of a pending divorce, Janey has been experiencing her fair share of stress lately. If truth be told, her designer clothes are fitting a bit snug. So rather than lose her job, the source of her self-worth, Janey embarks on an intense fitness journey.
Looking for a quick fix, she tries the latest health crazes in hopes of getting her body in prime condition. From Free the Nipple Yoga to a grueling boot camp led by Sri Lankan militants, nothing is off limits for Janey. She'll do just about anything in order to get back to work.
While exploring her weight loss options, Janey’s love life starts to heat up. Quite the added bonus for having to sweat and starve herself. First she meets Jacob, the hot juice bar guy, who takes her dumpster diving for food. Next she meets Hugh, a silver fox with class, money, and real world knowledge. Janey becomes smitten with the handsome gent who is looking for more than just a casual date.
Everything begins to change when Janey meets Sara Strong. A renowned workout guru, Sara is a magnet for wealthy woman in search of quick weight loss results at a hefty price. At first she thinks Sara may hold the coveted secret behind the fountain of youth. But over time, Janey begins to question whether her weight problem is really the source of her personal and professional issues. And, if Sara’s fitness regime is merely a farcical hype.
Fitness Junkie is one of the funniest books of summer. As working and stay-at-home moms know, struggling with weight affects all areas of our lives. Finding the source of the problem and turning it into a positive is how we learn to love ourselves for who we are. Lucy Sykes and Jo Piazza use tongue-in-cheek humor to demonstrate at what lengths some women will go to in order to achieve the perfect body. Maybe we should all just take a lesson from Janey and ditch all those senseless weight loss crazes. Maybe then we will come to discover... the only opinion that matters most is the one staring you back in the mirror.
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