Wedgie Tales and Panty Lines By Sandra Sookoo

When unassuming mail room worker Kate Little agrees to become an underwear tester for a marketing company, things get uncomfortable fast. Not only has she never worn “fancy” underpants before, she has to work closely with handsome marketing manager Bryan Eddleman and that’s enough to keep her in a constant state of confusion.

Trouble is Bryan’s competing with another manager for a promotion that hinges on the results of the test group. Kate can’t determine if his sudden interest is really in her or her surprisingly insightful weekly reports on foundation garments.

Add a jealous co-worker out to sabotage Kate’s budding love life, an overly helpful gay friend with nothing better to do than shove her into Bryan’s arms, and a rambunctious teacup dog to the chaos and you’ll have a typical day in Kate’s less than ordinary life.

The last thing she needs is panty lines. Wedgie Tales and Panty Lines

This book was a joy to read! I really enjoyed the way Sandra brought all her characters together. In each chapter she had a little tidbit called panty truth # that Kate wrote that I found very entertaining. I really enjoyed following Kate's charater throughout the book and all her panty challenges and her daily life. You never knew what could happen. I found this book to be humorous, entertaining, surprising, and all around great fun. This book is a keeper and a reread for me! 248 Hunter’s Review

Wow! This book is funny while at the same time being poignant and touching. How many of us have ever felt like we don’t quite fit in? Kate Little is going through her life, working in the mailroom when circumstances she couldn’t have predicted suddenly have her trying on underwear for a marketing company. Kate is plus-sized and not as confident in herself as she should be.

This story is not just about the girl meeting the boy, it’s also about the girl meeting herself. She’s funny, tough, and sometimes wrong but she’s also extraordinary even if she doesn’t know it.

I loved this book. I loved everything about it. Sometimes, when I read a book I feel like a character is too snarky, that the humor covers up any real human emotion. Sookoo doesn’t do that. She uses humor to enhance, not to replace, the feelings this book invokes.

Bravo Sandra, I loved this book and everyone should read it. It’s out in print and e-book format. Go get a copy!

5 Tea Cups and a Recommended Read! 248 This is the kind of book that I really should be giving 5 stars. Based on the blurb about this book, it is right up my alley. Like a good rom/com, I should have LOVED this one... BUT, I had about 3 major problems with it: 1. I just had a tough time really believing the characters. 2. It wasn't as funny as the title would suggest. 3. The side characters were so cookie cutter and stereotypical.

I am fighting with myself over 3 or 4 stars. It did ultimately have a good ending, and had a couple of really great/awkward situations. So, I decided on 4 stars.

If you are a fan of chick-lit, then go for it, but if you only dabble in it on occasion, skip this one. 248 This was a really great book!!! Lots of humor, tears, and romance...loved the steamy scenes!!!! There were parts that really kept me guessing...and I love that in a story...hate for it to be completely predictable! Kate is a character that most omen can identify with, though at times her self-deprecation does get to be a bit much. But I'm sure all women feel that way sometimes. 248


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