This is my first read of anything written by Charlotte Roth and let me tell you now after reading Dancing Queen I was in love with Charlotte’s writing. Now I know I normally just read Romance books but sometimes it’s good just step out of your comfort zone or favourite genre and read something new. Dancing Queen to me is much like a Comedy but at the same time I feel like it has such a powerful message that we can all learn from. When picking up this book you learn all about what Fiona has been through and honestly, I really felt for her. What started off as a typical normal day for her seemed to change for her when she gets called to one of the offices for a meeting after work. Now I’m pretty sure that everyone does worry when they get called to any office as most of the time it’s normally for bad news and with recent events happening at Fiona’s work, it’s not her fault to think that there could be a slight chance that she could be getting fired. Luckily, that’s not the case, but things get rather interesting when Fiona and another colleague (Stu) find out that they need to be a part of a support group due to the fact that members of their department had voted that they needed to attend due to their weights. Now Fiona knows that she’s big but she’s extremely offended that she needs to go to a support group due to the fact that co-workers are concerned about her weight or voted for her to go there. Honestly, if that was me in Fiona’s shoes I’d be well and truly offended as you’d think that being in the big (grown up) world that you wouldn’t have to face being told that your either too fat or too slim. However, that’s sadly not the case, and I honestly think that this book reaches out to people in such a way that makes people realise that it’s not okay to offend someone with the way they look or even if they want to achieve their dreams. I honestly am struggling to find the words to describe this book, but honestly it’s such a sweet and heart warming journey that Fiona goes on and it’s one that you don’t want to miss out on. I honestly can’t wait to read more of Charlotte’s work.