Crystal is overweight, and she has very low self-esteem, she’s been through a lot in her life. She works a low-end job and isn’t fairly well off. So in the interest of losing weight, she joins a gym. But sometimes the things we think we want the most come with a whole new set of rules and experiences.
This book is under paranormal and urban fantasy, and the urban fantasy doesn’t fit, but the paranormal certainly does, so this should tell you that the book isn’t as straightforward as you might think. That’s all I can really say, so I don’t spoil this for anyone. For me, the day to day of working out got tedious. I read in the back that this started as a novella, so that tedium could come from making the book longer, but for me, it was a bit too much. Aside from that, there are important lessons at play in this one, and it’s an enjoyable read.
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Ambrosia is available on Amazon for $4.99.
Two words have haunted Crystal for years: fat pig.
So when a handsome and athletic stranger promises that his gym will change her life, how can she say no? With its cutting-edge facilities, beyond-friendly staff, and endless free samples of Ambrosia, their signature energizing sports drink, Mount Olympus seems too perfect to be real—and maybe it is. Crystal needs it all, but is she willing to lose more than just weight?