I now pronounce you someone else / Erin McCahan. Eighteen-year-old Bronwen has long felt that she was switched with another child at birth, and so although. Here comes the bride, if she can pass chemistry. Bronwen Oliver wants a family – the right family instead of the one she was born into which. Here Comes the Bride — If She Can Pass Chemistry. Eighteen-year-old Bronwen Oliver has a secret: She’s really Phoebe, the lost daughter of the loving.
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I Now Pronounce You Someone Else by Erin McCahan | Scholastic
The author was able to fully explore the issues at hand, including stepfamilies and romantic relationships. It’s also funny as hell, thanks smoeone the Bronwen’s family and her own sharp voice. This is a story about being lost within yourself, found by the one that loves you, only to be lost in that love and then finally, finally finding rrin perfect moment where you know you truly belong I won’t give any spoilers of course, but I didn’t see these things coming at all!
It had such a hopeful tone. It’s only when Jared finally gets Bronwen to open herself up to him that he takes that next step and kisses her. Bronwen bumps into soneone good-looking, college guy during the summer before his senior year of college. View all 3 comments.
View all 10 comments. Bronwen herself is a great MC. Bronwen is absolutely head over heels in love with Jared, who I was tickled to death to discover this book is set in and around my hometown Holland.
View all 22 comments. Family life is such a broad topic and frin it is showing up more frequently in the market these days, the topic is often ignored. But what I really liked was the emphasis on family. The family conversations are mainly limited to the news. The characters were great in this story. Oh and that first kiss. It was just too rushed and didn’t truly give you closure on several aspects of the plot. I wanted to hear her story and lend a sympathetic ear.
Marriage right after high school will solve all her problems or will it? Do guys as amazing as him truly exist? Bronwen was a strong character and she became even stronger as the story went on. Because that’s what she wants, right?
Realism in dialogue is a bad idea. Quotes from I Now Pronounce Y Return to Book Page. Debut author Erin McCahan uses the simplest of dialogue to create differentiated and well-rounded characters without the dose of melodrama that YA contemporary fiction sometimes has. What would Phoebe Lillywhite do?
It was sweet and genuine and true to their ages and experience levels. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
While this may seem a bit silly, I think this is true of many young relationships, especially when they are new. I wish there had been a few less dashes in the text and a couple more commas. Like a mother she never seems to please, a wonderful stepdad who she thinks doesn’t want her as a daughter and a brother who is ‘Jesus’.
This was a really cute book. Jared is so sweet and what we get to see is what happens when two people meet and fall in love at the wrong time.
I Now Pronounce You Someone Else by Erin McCahan (4 star ratings)
I know for sure that this is one book I’ll be returning to when I’m in the mood for a not-so-ordinary tale of romance and growing up! The Random Thoughts 4 Stars. Add Tag No Tags, Be the first to tag somrone record! Jared is amazing and sweet and his family is even better, truly the people she was meant to be with, and before she knows it she’s engaged to Jared and soon to be an official Sondervan.
They don’t even speak the same language. Seventeen-year-old Bronwen Oliver has a secret: But her constant attitude and refusal to talk about anything meaningful erun to grate on me. His flaws added to the overall real-ness of the story. Trying to find a sense of belonging is one of the toughest challenges of life, and I could say that Bronwen handled her struggles well.
The plot of this was also nearly perfect and when adding in the characters and McCahan’s writing, it made it even more so!
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I Now Pronounce You Someone Else
She quickly falls head over heels and the best part is? Refresh and try again. Lronounce, Bronwen’s stepdad, is there for as much as he can be even though she is holding onto a very big grudge. It had such a hopeful tone. Bronwen had a good voice, especially when she chose to use it.