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Can you really make a living from indulging in your dreams?

TV Producer Stella Weston is over worked, overweight and under fire. Having battled uphill for years to balance her career with her family life, she is repaid by being put out to pasture on a religious gardening programme – complete with a nervous vicar, his nymphomaniac wife, and 22 stone Britney wannabe gardener, Gerald.

In the past, comfort has always been found at the bottom of her mixing bowl, but when even the most delicious lemon sponge with zesty frosting cannot save the day, Stella decides enough is enough.

However, finding the courage to quit is sometimes the easy part. Can you really turn a passion into a profession? Does more time at home actually give you a happier family life? Are men truly from Mars or another universe altogether?

Stella has to roll up her sleeves and find out – when the going gets tough, the tough get baking….

Product Details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 798 KB
  • Print Length: 367 pages
  • Publisher: Rickshaw Publishing; 1 edition (3 Sept. 2011)
  • Sold by: Β Amazon Media EU S.Γ  r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005L92JB8
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
  • X-Ray: Enabled
  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

Customer Reviews

A truly scrumptious and wonderful read.

 on 15 March 2016
By sarah hardy
This authors books are my go to books. If I’m ever in any kind of reading slump or need a pick me up, I know I can always rely on her books to help me block the world outside and lose myself into them, and best of all, they are always really good reads.

Still giggling about the vicar’s randy wife!

 on 19 October 2011
By Tina Orr Munro
I don’t usually read chicklit, but a friend recommended this to me so I thought I’d give it a try. I was hooked from the very first page. I loved the idea of the vicar’s randy wife which made me laugh out loud. I also liked the backdrop of the crazy world of daytime TV and its larger-than-life characters. As a working mum, the main character, Stella, and her feelings of constantly being pulled in all directions really resonated with me. But what I really liked about the book was that it had both humour and pathos. A cracking debut novel and I look forward to reading more by the same author.

Cracking debut novel!

 on 8 November 2012
By BCB & More
As many of you already know I read a LOT of books. Sadly, there are many writers out there who are great, but just don’t get the chance as the competition is fierce and us readers can be a critical bunch! Every now and then the same author’s debut novels keep popping up and somewhere along the line Sue Watson’s name came up to the point I clicked on the author page. When I read her paragraph on her author page, it kind of made my mind up that I really wanted to give her book a go.

Fat girls and fairy cakes

 on 25 February 2017
By Ann Sheppard
I downloaded this book purely on the title as I love eating cake and can easily become fat.

Fat Girls and Fairy Cakes

 on 13 November 2012
By Carroty Nell
‘Fat Girls and Fairy Cakes’ by Sue Watson is the story of Stella, television producer sacked from her job, who turns her life around by going into business on her own as a professional cake maker. I really loved the way Watson uses the luscious, calorie-laden tastes and textures of cake baking in the text.

Away from mundane land πŸ’œπŸ’›

 on 16 April 2018
By Sarah reeves
Again as always I absolutely loved this book…….. Suspense, tears , laughing out loud looking like a freak A LOT ! Your books never fail to take me away from the mundane and drop me into a complete whirlpool of brilliant story lines and character’s. Thank you πŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œ

Fat Girls and Fairy Cakes

 on 3 May 2012
By GracieEli
I was seriously disappointed when i finished this book πŸ™‚ i wanted it to carry on because i was enjoying every page so much ΒΊ. The book has brought to life the main character making her so real that certain things she does is exactly how you would react and think in the situations. I found myself wanting to share snippets from the book with family and friends, especially the moments when i sat laughing out loud as my husband watched a boring film. This book is a chick flick in paperback form. I fully recommend this book if you want to giggle, feel every emotion going and enjoy a bit of cake!

Funny, sad & captivating.

 on 19 September 2014
A Bridget Jones style of a book with a bit of Mistresses the tv series thrown in with the cupcakes and baking.

Nothing wrong with fat girls, or fairy cakes

 on 28 December 2013
By Mrs J
I’m one of those who doesn’t exaclty enjoy cooking – but I do enjoy eating, watching Masterchef and the Great British Bakeoff on television, and looking at the pictures in cook books, lol. I also very much enjoy reading books with cooking in them, like this one. Witty and a lot of fun, if you want a feelgood lighthearted read, this is the one for you. I usually read a lot of thrillers, horror, sci fi etc and this was a lovely change of pace. I’ll certainly look out for more by this author.

fairy cakes

 on 6 July 2012
By ALEX2007
fab fab fab other reviewers sum this book up really as it was a fab read very entertaining was alittle slow at first but if you stay with it you will be pleased you did i certainly am. it
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