Out of the Blue ****Extended Preview****
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by Alison Bliss
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Pub Date 01 Feb 2022 | Archive Date 01 May 2023
The course of true love was never supposed to start on a stair climber…
Preslee Owens has never worked out in a gym before. Like truly never. Until today. As she struggles to stay upright on the stair climber, she accidentally broadcasts a vlog that lets complete strangers—and even worse, people in her own small town--witness the hilarious start to her fitness journey. To her surprise and mortification, viewers love it.
The positive reaction leaves Preslee with no choice but to return—and the discovery that her unrequited crush, Josh, works out in the same gym is a big bonus. It also helps that her new personal trainer is making sure she doesn’t kill herself in the process. In fact, Adam has even offered to pretend to be her boyfriend to help make Josh a little jealous.
Having Adam cheering her on brings out a strength and confidence Preslee barely recognizes in herself. And soon she’s enjoying being his fake girlfriend waaay too much. But will her newfound courage allow her to face her biggest fear yet and seize the life she truly wants?
Author's note from the beginning of the novel:
Thank you so much for picking up a copy of Out of the Blue! Before the story begins, I want to share with you what prompted my interest in writing a novel featuring a plus-size heroine and her oh-so-hot personal trainer.
A few years ago, I was in the same situation as Preslee. I was prediabetic and needed to make some lifestyle changes. So I hired a personal trainer to help me protect my health. Now keep in mind that I’m a happily married woman, and I assure you that this story is not autobiographical in any other way. But with my personal trainer’s help, I was able to improve my fitness and repair the damage I had done to my health.
That’s why this story matters. That’s why this story is so personal to me. But Preslee’s story is not a weight loss journey. It’s a wellness journey about how Preslee took action to achieve her goals and grew in confidence along the way. And since I’m a romance author, the situation was undoubtedly destined to become a love story. I hope you enjoy it!
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