I was sent an ARC by a new named author Sakina Leclerc. My Big Fat Fake Problems is a parody of what some people often view as a problem against much more serious and pressing issues and situations. In the story the main character grows and learns the difference.
No, it is not you traditional chic lit. Her friend force her out of her comfort zone. Force her to grow.
I thought the line was funny when the roommates were discussing a deep issue and the main character say, “I think all problems matters.” The secondary character takes her friend on an adventure to educate her of what real life problems are.
The two of them shop until they drop and then a month later the main character called it to her friend’s attention her parents refuse to pay the stellar high credit card bill.
Her roommate asked her if she had the money to pay it. She says no.
“This is when the pain start. When you can’t pay your bills.”
“What am I to do?”
“Come to work with me.”
“I can’t possible do that.”
“Then suit yourself.”
Well a lot of other stuff happen afterward.
I was sent an ARC by new author Sakina Leclerc. My Big Fat Fake Problems is actually a Parody of what some people often view as a problem against much more serious and pressing situation.