|Reviews for Delicious|
| kayla711 10/28/11 . chapter 1
I could cry...your Edward is so amazing and real. Bella, too...I really felt her. Soooooo good.
| The Girl With The Umbrella 10/26/11 . chapter 1
Great oneshot! I loved how you kept it realistic, specially with their bodies. Amazing job!
| Vl15 10/24/11 . chapter 1
I am honestly really touched by this story, I'm still crying as I right this because of how close to home this is..as a person who has suffered through a lot of body issues for most of my life this really hit the feelings right on.. amazing writing...
| Anon 10/11/11 . chapter 1
Sweet and lovely story, thank you
| Dil9 10/10/11 . chapter 1
Great story:) and so very real..
| rubell 10/4/11 . chapter 1
i really like that your edward never tried to convince her she wasnt fat...that is so annoying! but hopefully she isnt one of tbose girls who is convinced that she is fat when she isnt because that just pisses me off! it is like they are begging people to tell them they arent so to those people i just agree...now all of my faf broads (and i totally include myself there!) if you are comfortable and you love yourself then more power to you and be happy but healthy! to those who want to lose weight...exercise and EAT RIGHT! dont starve cuz that just makes it worse and you are unhappy and biotchy and then nobody wants fo be your friend!
| tragicallyepic 9/27/11 . chapter 1
Oh my, I just read this and I am completely in love. It's such an insecurity that I think everyone goes through and was so real and I love love loved edward's response. I am so glad I finally had a chance to read it
| Kojichan.x 9/27/11 . chapter 1
I really liked reading this, Bella had an insecurity that lots of girls have these days it was a very refreshing story to read! :)
| Legna989 9/27/11 . chapter 1
I almost PMed my review instead of leaving it publicly, because what reading this made me feel was just so personal and emotional. But then I thought if you were brave enough to write and post it, I could be brave enough to review.
This ended on such a sweet note, but even as I write this I find myself with tears in my eyes, thinking about all the harshest ways I judge myself - have judged myself for a long time - over my too-big hips or my too-small eyes or my asymmetrical features or my terrible legs or... you get it. I think about the ways I am afraid to put myself out there, particularly since my divorce, because I so fear being judged the way I judge myself.
While I've always been pretty confident about my intellect, I have never considered myself to be among the most attractive in any given group of people. I've always been the "smart girl," and I suppose I latched onto that label because it was, at least, something I could be confident about. And there's nothing wrong with being a smart girl. I'm quite proud of it, actually. It's just that like the "pretty girl" wants someone to find her mind attractive, the "smart girl" wants someone to be attracted to her. But it's kind of a catch-22, isn't it? It's hard to believe anyone else finds you attractive when all you see in yourself are the unattractive bits.
"You can be beautiful to everyone and ugly to yourself and guess which wins out?" Exactly. And I'm going to try to remember this line every time I step on a scale or look in a mirror or think of myself as disgusting, and not let ugly win.
Thank you for writing.
| AlexaBrandonCullen 9/27/11 . chapter 1
I love this story because it shows tha sometimes men do not care about the weight (in the girl)
| TheRainGirl 9/23/11 . chapter 1
This was fantastic and as a chubby girl myself, spot on. You did a splendid job :)
| jaspersbelle 9/23/11 . chapter 1
When she leaned over to get that dab of chocolate from the corner of his mouth, I knew Bella was my girl.
| sunfleur 9/19/11 . chapter 1
As the overweight sister and wife of two brilliant chefs, I truly enjoyed this tale. Nice story.
| Iklepixie 9/19/11 . chapter 1
love the fluff
| Guest 9/10/11 . chapter 1
This story gives me hope.