plump, voluptuous, abundant
Four professional women of various ages and sizes try to find ways to fit
love into their busy lives.
worked for me:
It was a toss-up for me to choose my favorite, particularly between Donna
Hill's joyful "Surprise!" and Francis Ray's well-written "Strictly
Business", but in the end I give my vote to Donna Hill because the plot
twist in her story was most definitely a surprise! Then too, there's the
fact that the hero and heroine are a long-married couple. As a wife
myself, I just adore stories about long-time twosomes who still have that
What didn't work for me:
stories aren't my favorite format to read, mainly because the
limited amount of space requires authors to heap background information on
the reader in large clumps, which gives them a more contrived feel than
that of a full length novel.
Fans of contemporary short stories and African American romances are sure
to enjoy this delicious collection about love, lust, and passion.
Warning: there are some steamy passages, an occasional
coarse word, and one weight-loss scenario in this book.
If you liked "Living Large" you might also enjoy
the "Love at Large" or "At Long Last, Love!"
anthologies, or the novel
"The High Price of a Good Man".
Have you read
this book and have a comment to
make on it? Join a discussion about the book at the Dangerous Curves
or submit a review
to this website.