As Aggie falls deeper and deeper in love with her dream man, she thinks she is losing her mind and decides to get help from a hypnotist to help her sort out what her dreams mean. Does Aggieâ€™s dream man truly exist out there somewhere? If so, will she ever find the real thing? Or is dieting driving Aggie so crazy that it has her dreaming up a man to make up for the lack of one in her life?
RED SASH by Ginger Simpson was so captivating I could not stop until I had finished the entire book. Because I am a full-figured woman like Aggie, I could easily relate to her. Ms. Simpsonâ€™s characters are written so realistically I felt all of Aggieâ€™s joys and pains as if I was part of her. There seems to be a hint of a sequel in the works and I am hoping that Ms. Simpson has more of Aggieâ€™s story to share with us readers; as I can hardly wait to read it and find out what happens with Aggie and her dream man. I also hope to see Ms. Simpson write more stories about full-figured women, because all women no matter what shape or size deserve romance in their lives.