Big Guy

Big Guy Overweight Truman Rautigan and his mom are about to be made homeless but she s a top slimming salesperson who could win her dream house if Truman comes through with some sales of his own Instead he

  • Title: Big Guy
  • Author: Megan Reddaway
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 311
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Overweight Truman Rautigan and his mom are about to be made homeless, but she s a top slimming salesperson who could win her dream house if Truman comes through with some sales of his own Instead, he s stashing food in his bottom drawer and indulging in late night binges When his mom sends him to infiltrate a rival weight loss group, he meets the gorgeous Brad, biker, meOverweight Truman Rautigan and his mom are about to be made homeless, but she s a top slimming salesperson who could win her dream house if Truman comes through with some sales of his own Instead, he s stashing food in his bottom drawer and indulging in late night binges When his mom sends him to infiltrate a rival weight loss group, he meets the gorgeous Brad, biker, mechanic and successful slimmer But Brad couldn t be interested in Truman, could he What if he knew Truman s real reason for being there Truman could lose everything if his shameful secrets are exposed Big Guy is a sweet standalone gay romance novella with shy guys, weird diets, a happy ending and no cliffhanger.

    One thought on “Big Guy”

    1. This story was a nice surprise; a well-written, cute romance with main characters possessing a body type not normally seen in gay romance.Big Guy stars overweight Truman Rautigan whose mother is obsessed with a weight loss program and urges Truman to scope out the competition and steal members to help with their own bottom line.At the first meeting he goes undercover at Truman meets Brad and is instantly smitten. Truman and Brad become friends and then more while Truman’s lies eat away at him. [...]

    2. This was a delightful, sweet, tasty short story. It humorously sinks its teeth into the foibles of weight loss and dealing with loving, but over-bearing family. While funny, it is realistic in the portrayal of diets, etc. I was just a little ill-at-ease while reading some very familiar scenarios from my own diet history. The author is very good: I instantly cared for the MC and felt involved in the scenes, as if I was there.

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