Life is reasonably rosy for plus-size ex-pop star turned Assistant Dormitory Director and sometime sleuth Heather Wells. Her freeloading ex-con dad is finall. . Big Boned is a cozy mystery mixed with comedy and the better moments of college life as Heather Wells investigates her boss’ demise in death. REVIEW: Big Boned by Meg Cabot Dear Ms. Cabot: prime suspect and Sarah claims to know exactly who killed the Death Dorm’s big boss.

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How to Be Popular. I feel like I should mention jealous Cooper was hot.

The title should be at least 4 characters long. Her inflections, tone, and pacing are all spot-on and I had no trouble believing that I was actually listening to Heather Wells tell her story. There is a lot more going on than just a murder though. And when the latest murdered corpse to clutter up her jurisdiction turns out to be her exceedingly unlovable boss, Heather finds herself on the shortlist of prime suspects—along with the rabble-rousing boyfriend of her high-strung student assistant and an indecently handsome young campus minister who’s been accused of taking liberties with certain girls’ choir members.

Curse of the Spellmans. I give this two stars instead of one because of the supporting characters. I’ve been looking forward to this since we first met Heather and her landlord in the first book and I’m happy it finally happened. This is my second Meg Cabot – Heather Wells book. Nov 19, Andrea Guy rated it it was amazing Shelves: My uterus is just going to come out between my legs and I’m going to look like I’m walking around with an enormous load in my pants.

Why am I thinking about Krispy Kremes? These kids don’t seem too bright despite the fact they got admitted into a prestigious NY college but I suppose that’s just to make Heather shine more brightly.

If her writing were food, it would be that pop rock cotton candy, which honestly, we all need a little more of in our diet. But I have to say, there is one heck of a downside to this book. In all this book did not disappoint and I eagerly await the next installment!


This is the final in the Heather Wells mystery series … that is until Julywhen Cabot is coming out with a fourth book titled Size 12 and Ready to Rock. Who would have saw that coming, not me!. Blned was a disappointing ending, but there wasn’t much substantial backbone to the book in the first place to create this elaborate murder scheme.

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As in singing songs to little kids about going to the potty! As Heather finds out, at least one more. Step Back in Time.

I’d advise you to read the other two books in the series first, although it’s pretty easy to follow up and Meg’s This is the third novel in the Heather Wells series, following Size 12 is Not Fat and Size 14 is Not Fat Either. Always Something There to Remind Me.

Also, the mystery aspect was totally stupid with the worst motive ever! Cooper, who once again is not happy with her investigating solo, has her back and view spoiler [even attacks one of their suspects when bonde seems to be after Heather, injuring himself in the process.

Gig find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: We’ll publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them. Owen wasn’t well liked and there are a lot of suspects one is a friend of bojed grad assistant Sarah, who is fighting with the President for rights for the student workers. The murder mystery, murderer, solving the mystery and ending of the book were all dumb.

Death dorm scores again, I mean death residence hall. It still nig me cracking a few cbaot though so I can’t complain too much. I’m sorry, that’s not cute, it’s disgusting on a number of different levels. She worked various jobs to pay the rent, including a decade-long stint as the assistant manager of a bed freshmen dormitory at NYU, a position she still occasionally misses.

Heather is the administrative assistant in “Death Dorm” aka Fischer Hall. Feb 28, Heather rated it it was ok Shelves: Queen of Babble Gets Hitched.


I have Size 12 and Ready to Rock because I got it from the library at the same time as mfg book, but it’s debatable if I’m actually going to read it or not because I don’t know if I’m willing to give this series another chance, because if this book was already this far-fetched, how can this series stretch out over two more books? Life is reasonably rosy for plus-size ex-pop star turned Assistant Dormitory Director and sometime sleuth Heather Wells.

How to write a great review. Seriously, how many people can die in one dorm?

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Even though I have not read the first two editions in this series, circumstances were well enough explained that I could easily follow and the hints of mysteries before such as a Satanic frat ceremony sound intriguing enough to make readers want to go back and start at the very beginning.

Her characters are very real and you just basically fall in love with them. This is by far the best and funniest of the series. Jul 10, Kristi rated it really liked it Shelves: Bring on the Heather Wells-Cartwright Mystery: Now, if only the author would do something about this character’s atrocious eating habits.

Plus, if they love each other that much then Dabot think they can definitely work it out. Victoria and the Rogue. Item s unavailable for purchase.

And I loved the ending of this book. I have been waiting for him to become jealous as fuck and it finally happened guys! Despite the terrible plot, I believed the characters all stayed true to themselves, which at least keeps this book consistent with the other two. Could the novel do just as well without this element? I’d advise you to read the other two books in the series first, although it’s bnoed easy to follow up and Meg’s witty writing style is as fabulous as always.