Five Stars

The Dumpster is a great book to sit outside and spend the afternoon reading. It
tells the story of Nicole, a woman with low self-esteem who makes some changes
in her life to become a vibrant, confident, happy person. I loved this book.
Once I started reading it I didn’t want to put it down. I just couldn’t wait to
see what happens next!
5.0 out of 5 stars Short, fun read

5.0 out of 5 stars Inspiring road to discovery

After reading the first few chapters, I knew I had to finish reading it or else I
wouldn’t be able to get through my day. This story of a young woman (Nicole) is
obsessed with the idea of love, and men. After finding herself in desperate
relationships and failed connections, she moves her journey from sex and love to
true love and self discovery. The dumpster parked in front of her home is a
foreshadow of what’s to come in her life – ridding of baggage and other things
that clogged her mind/body and home. She starts throwing away everything she
didn’t need anymore (things that reminded her of certain men) and junk. This
starts to change her life.

This is a book I’d normally read at the beach or on vacation. Didn’t require much thinking and the writing was easy to
understand. It’s a light hearted combo of strong woman and insecurity at once. Recommend!

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