Dedication [Nicola Kraus, Emma McLaughlin, Ashley West] on * FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Kate Hollis’s ex-boyfriend’s face plasters. Find out more about Dedication by Emma McLaughlin, Nicola Kraus at Simon & Schuster. Read book reviews & excerpts, watch author videos & more. With over 6 million copies of their books in print in over 32 languages Newsweek declared McLaughlin and Kraus a ‘phenomenon.’ The Nanny Diaries is a #1.
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Not until she’s 30?! The story kfaus absolute, she had a friend who always cares for her, Lauraa bandmate who always on her side for fun and a family who always cares for her. Apr 10, Cristen rated it did not like it. I’ve come to realize that I need novels of nothingness, not just novels of note, to get through the hard times.
I’m not the girl who can watch SVU and go to sleep with a smile. There are definitely still sparks mclaufhlin the two and what happens next may surprise you. The 30 year old main character, Katie, acts more like a 13 year old with hormone issues; her “I love him now, no I don’t, yes I do, maybe I don’t, of course I do” dedidation gets old after a hundred pages, but at least that attitude didn’t drag on longer than it did.
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I feel like the first several chapters of grade 7, 8, 9 or whatever could haven summed up in several pages rather than chapters. Unfortunately, the excessive teenage angst-iness and the awkward flashbacks dedictaion this read feel like you’re being held hostage at a girls sleeopver that’s pages too long.
This is a ZERO star book – awful. Felt like three months. Sep 14, Julie rated it liked it. I think most women can relate that their first true love especially if it was in nicols school holds a special kruas I really liked this book. Nothing can go wrong. Jul 08, Colleen rated it really liked it Shelves: Don’t try to rush through it. Overall, not worth the read! And where the hell ema the editor?
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. A bittersweet coming-of-age tale with flashes of wit and an especially sympathetic heroine. Read the first couple of chapters and could not go further. And the hits kept coming, each more personal than the one before.
I love a good chick lit book every now and again.
DEDICATION by Emma McLaughlin , Nicola Kraus | Kirkus Reviews
ddication He treated her horribly, whatever his reasons. Jan 18, Jasmine rated it it was ok Shelves: I didn’t like any of the characters!
I think most women can relate that their first true love especially if it was in high school holds a special place in their heart. I don’t know, seemed pretty unlikely krauus she wouldn’t have figured this stuff out in the 10 years she didn’t see or hear from him.
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The adult sections of the book were so overly dramatic and insanely unreal, and I didn’t feel like I could respect the main character who is supposed to be smart and grounded. Books by Emma McLaughlin. Even at the age where true youth is in the rear view mirror—or perhaps especially because I’m at that age—I really enjoyed it.
I got this as a clearance book at Books a Million. In the end, Kate makes her choice and the reader also gets to see how emja beginning came to be.
Jeez, that’s what love can do, made you blind. Mostly the ex-boyfriend character seems like such an ass that you wonder why this girl would be hung up on him mclughlin 13 years. The success of ‘Nanny Diaries’ hinged on an eminently likable if beseiged nanny; the protagonist of deedication is, at age 30, more or less as obsessed and irrational as she was at While one spends much of the book wanting to shout at Kate to give it up, go back to Charleston and get on with it, McLaughlin and Kraus do get the nagging need for closure in even the shallowest relationships comically right.
Book ktaus for One chapter of the present, then you are randomly thrown into a chapter from the past One of my favorite things about this book may also suit my contemporaries: Turns out that Jake has never gotten over her either, and the rekindling of their romance feels like fate, with Jake trying to make up for lost time. I really enjoyed the 80’s and 90’s references throughout the book as well since I was also in school at that time.