Synopses & Reviews
Big beautiful--and in some cases slightly more mature--heroines grace the pages of this collection of romantic short stories by Judy Bagshaw, a retired elementary school teacher and writer in Southern Ontario, Canada whose work often features plus-sized characters leading rich and active lives. Among the offerings in AT LONG LAST, LOVE: Jen believes fat girls like her don't find love--but at her best friend's wedding those beliefs are put to the test. Middle-aged widow Tricia thought she had to be content living solo. Then she met Harry. Bev ran away with the bad boy as a teenager, only to find that fantasy and reality are vastly different. Twenty years later, can she recapture the love she threw away? Lori has long fantasized about meeting sexy-voiced Dan, one of her clients at the answering service. Will she break the rules and find true love? Karen has kissed a lot of frogs, but not yet met her prince. A chance encounter might change her life--if she's willing to throw caution to the wind.
"At Long Last, Love" is a collection of seven contemporary romances that explore the experience of losing a dream and finding it again. The heroines are very different, but all share the same hope.