SOMETIMES SIZE DOES MATTER
Belinda Gordon thought she had it all-a great job, wonderful friends, a home of her own. She's even come to love her voluptuous body. But she still can't shake the feeling that something is missing. And then Carter Lancaster, aka Her Biggest Mistake, shows up in town, as irresistible as ever, and shakes up her entire world.
WHEN IT COMES TO LOVE
Carter never expected to find Belinda in town, looking as delicious as the day he married her five years ago-before she walked out on him after six weeks and a painful misunderstanding that included his baby daughter, Ruby. A quick divorce is the sensible option-but Carter can't let Belinda go now, not when he can see the family they could be. Love may be a curveball, but this time he's going to prove to Belinda that he can hit it out of the park... Gentlemen Prefer Curves is the third book in the Perfect Fit series
Praise for Sugar Jamison's Dangerous Curves Ahead
"Laugh out loud funny and super sexy, with unique characters you can't help but love!"-New York Times bestselling author Lori Foster
In a story that focuses on the power of family and the idea that it is never too late to try again, the third installment of Jamison's Perfect Fit contemporary series (after Thrown for a Curve) showcases plus-size characters with bold, quirky personalities who go far beyond stereotypes to keep zany energy high around the sedate central couple. Size Me Up boutique manager Belinda Gordon married Carter Lancaster but dumped him shortly afterward due to the discovery of his undisclosed previous wife and baby. Five years later, he shows up in her small hometown of Durant, N.Y., with his fchubby, opinionated and instantly lovable daughter, Ruby, in tow. Unsubsided lust throws Belinda and Carter back into bed together, while Carter's need for support as a single dad brings Ruby and Belinda close, but it takes Belinda's dramatic, overinvolved, and unabashedly sensual model mother (who lovingly calls her "Pudge") and her pro ballplayer father who wishes she had been a boy (and calls her "Bill Junior") to cajole her into taking the idea of a life with Carter seriously. Series fans will delight in this sweet, funny installment.