Friday, December 17, 2010

I Now Pronounce You Someone Else - Review-

I Now Pronounce You Someone ElseI Now Pronounce You Someone Else

By: Erin McCahan
Publisher: Arthur A. Levine Books
I Now Pronounce You Someone Else surprised me. I thought it was going to be a quick easy summer romance kind-of book, the kind that you forget shortly after finishing. Erin McCahan’s writing was nothing like that.

The main character Bronwen Oliver is positive she was switched at birth. Ever since her dad passed away she’s had nothing in common with her family. Then after getting dumped on prom night, she reconnects with her brother’s old friend Jared. When they start dating everything seems to be perfect. Bronwen even feels like she was meant to be part of his family, since she fits in so well.

Even though Jared was a few years older then Bronwen he never tried to push her to far. He was the ideal guy, and he’s definitely better then most of the guys in paranormal books because he was so sweet and always treated Bronwen well. So when Jared surprises her with a proposal, of course she accepts.

That starts Bronwen’s journey to find herself, so she can make the right decisions for her and no one else. Even though the book covers topics like teen marriage and college. I would still recommend it to anyone six grade and up, because it has a great message.

I Now Pronounce You Someone Else was one of those unforgettable books that you just can’t put down. It also leaves you begging for more. I would highly suggest it.


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