Once you get used to figuring out the meals you like and balance for your plan (the website is a must for this so that is another $19/month) this plan will change your life. I prepare a couple weeks worth of soups and chili an freeze it, then fill in with the simple meals in between. The free meal a week keeps you from feeling like you are trapped in a diet loop.
I have struggled with my wieght for 25 years and with this plan, I not only lost the wieght, I feel better and am much more calm in my everyday life.
What sold me on trying this was Chelsea Handler saying it gets rid of cellulite and she wasn't lying. I thought I was done and my body was set for the rest of my life since I am 42 and generally too lazy for all the other plans I've used. No matter how much I lost I still didn't look good because of the cellulite, now my buns and back of my thighs have gone back 10 years.
I'm sure the book is good enough, since I enjoyed the first one, but the narrator is so hard to listen to I had to turn it off. I would have left the story part unrated but it wouldn't allow that. It seems like it would be on par with the 1st book.
She has a way of telling the truth but with a sense of humor. While it is a story of two people falling in love it isn't the highly romanticized, fluffy version. I'm guessing it's probably pretty close to what it might be like to fall in love with a gruff, brooding, self-hating werewolf if you also had a sense of humor and came from hippie parents.
I have devoured large quantities of erotica over the last few years. This is the first time I was uncomfortable with some of the content. To give you an idea of my comparison, I LOVED 50 Shades of Grey, I felt it went right up to the line but only went over once (Period). This one started over the line and just kept going. I didn't continue with the series. I wish I could have liked it, I am running out of books as I go through 2 or 3 a week.
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