A controversial, thought-provoking and witty novel about the pursuit of perfection - the perfect appearance, relationship and life - from a young, hot talent.
Sunny Weston is bright, breezy and fun. She is also fat.
Well, less fat than she was. In her pursuit of the perfect figure - and the life to match - Sunny has lost seven stone, with two to go. Yet, as her thighs shrink, her problems grow. When gorgeous Adrian at work decides that the new streamlined Sunny is the girl for him, she should be thrilled. But then she realises that Adrian loves her looks, not who she is.
The only perfect things about Cagney James are his put-downs. Cynical funny and old-school cool, he runs an agency that specialises in catching cheating lovers - something he has plenty of experience of.
When Sunny and Cagney meet, it's loathe at first sight. Their hearts are too hard to see that they might have met their match, so they declare war instead. But sparks of anger have a habit of becoming flames of passion . . .