His Curvy Friend

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Being stuck in the friend-zone sucked. She'd been single long enough, and if I didn't make a move, she'd end up with the wrong man instead of me. Again.
Luck was on my side. An online dating site paired us. I could show her the side of me she didn't know. The side who wanted something serious. With her.
Keeping my online identity secret meant she talked to me. It was risky, but she was worth it. More
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About Mary E Thompson

Mary E Thompson grew up loving to read, like a good little girl. Many nights she would fall asleep with the flashlight still turned on as she hid under the covers trying to finish the last few pages of a book. As an adult, the light from her ereader means she doesn't have a flashlight, but she still stays up way too late to finish a book.
When Mary's not reading she's playing with her two kids or living our her own romance novel with her hubby. She has a weakness for chocolate, especially when it's paired with peanut butter, and has been known to have a bad day just because there's no chocolate in the house.
Mary grew up in Buffalo, NY and swears she's the only local to never ski or snowboard. Soccer was always her sports, with a couple adventures white water rafting and skydiving to keep things interesting. Mary moved to South Carolina for college but has missed Buffalo every day, yeah she thinks she's crazy too. Her dream is to move back to her hometown and raise her kids there, close to family and friends.

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Reviews of His Curvy Friend by Mary E Thompson

GreenOnyx reviewed on Jan. 18, 2022

It was nice to read a book about a women who look less than perfect, have the insecurities that most oother women have, but don't want to voice, but still find love. It was a good story from a unique perspective.
It was a good read as a stand alone, and the premise of the entire book series has potential.
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