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*Bronze Medal Winner at the 2015 Reader's Favorite Awards* 

WARNING: This book will make you laugh. And cry. And possibly want to punch a couple of the characters but that's only because they deserve it. 

Sophie Molloy is an average girl. She has wonderful friends, a stable relationship and the most gorgeous son in the world, Rory. It’s not how she dreamed her life would be when she was younger but Sophie is satisfied and content… until the day she’s diagnosed with breast cancer, that is. 

After her diagnosis, Sophie’s world collapses faster than you can say ‘prosthesis’ but in typical Sophie style she picks herself up and carries on as best she can. It’s not until she looks into the dreamy eyes of her plastic surgeon, Dr Jared Handsome — I mean, Hanson — however, that Sophie begins to think everything will be okay. Or will it? It could be that Dr Hanson is simply being friendly, that the hot flashes she’s feeling are a result of the medication not some chemical attraction between them. On the other hand, plain Sophie Molloy, girl with more scar tracks on her body than a train terminal, might just be the one to capture the elusive doctor’s heart. 

Storm in a B Cup is a tale of love, humour and getting on with life, despite what it throws at you. This romantic comedy will have you rooting for Sophie as she navigates her way through break ups, new romances and surgical reconstructions with the help of zany friends and relatives. And one very special little boy. 

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    An inspiring story. True to life.

    I really enjoyed this book. I loved the spunky main character. It is a story about breast cancer, so if you don't like hospitals or surgeries in your story, it's not for you. But I didn't find anything to be gory or gross, and I tend to be a bit squeamish. It is definitely not a story for children. There is very mild sexual content,and a few curse words. The cursing I noticed was mild. And there is discussion of death, though no actual death. I'm not really one who likes most stories that are just romances. They tend to be silly and boring, but this story had enough of a plot to be interesting. I would definitely recommend it. I hope you enjoy it.


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