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Summary Arranged 107 Þ Anne Blythe tem razões para sorrir acaba de receber uma aliciante proposta para publicar o seu primeiro livro Mas no ue toca a relações amorosas a situação é muito pouco animadora Após mais um relacionamento falhado Anne encontra na rua um cartão de uma empresa ue ela julga ser de promoção de encontros românticos Interpretando o como umEr as pessoas à sua volta felizes no amor Anne decide num impulso experimentar a empresa ue a poderá ajudar a encontrar finalmente o homem da sua vida Mas esta empresa não é bem o ue pareciaTrata se afinal de um sofisticado e caro serviço ue proporciona aos seus clientes um casamento arranjado com tudo incluído Anne começa por rejeitar a ideia mas uanto mais pensa no assun. For some reason Catherine McKenzie needs to be my best friend Supposing she is vaguely like the protagonists she writes I am uite certain she and I would have a wonderful time together I'm pretty sure I'd have to keep running to the bathroom because she makes me laugh so hard Because I get it I really do My copy of Arranged is an ARC so I am not allowed to uote it But if I could I might just uote a little ditty from when Anne is feeling sorry for herself and finds herself drinking too much at her brother's house and singing a Gloria Gaynor song inside her head for which she knows most of the words although not all da dum yeah that's right and then some other part and then the good part so go go go walk through my door and don't turn around no I won't welcome you here any I'm going to surviveAnne what are you doingI stop mid twirl Dancing to a song in my headGil takes the glass from my hand Definitely enough wine for youWhat McKenzie artistically accomplishes is a protagonist I know and dialogue that uickly summarizes relationships Gil is Anne's older brother He is diabolical But he loves his sister Jack is Anne's arranged husband He is Jack You get Jack Sarah is Anne's best friend She's a lawyer who will fight to the death if she thinks Anne is in danger It's clever dialogue with witty comebacksThe twist I didn't see it coming I loved itExpect a lot of drinking Expect a lot of swearing Expect a lot of laughing

ArrangedEr as pessoas à sua volta felizes no amor Anne decide num impulso experimentar a empresa ue a poderá ajudar a encontrar finalmente o homem da sua vida Mas esta empresa não é bem o ue pareciaTrata se afinal de um sofisticado e caro serviço ue proporciona aos seus clientes um casamento arranjado com tudo incluído Anne começa por rejeitar a ideia mas uanto mais pensa no assun. For some reason Catherine McKenzie needs to be my best friend Supposing she is vaguely like the protagonists she writes I am uite certain she and I would have a wonderful time together I'm pretty sure I'd have to keep running to the bathroom because she makes me laugh so hard Because I get it I really do My copy of Arranged is an ARC so I am not allowed to uote it But if I could I might just uote a little ditty from when Anne is feeling sorry for herself and finds herself drinking too much at her brother's house and singing a Gloria Gaynor song inside her head for which she knows most of the words although not all da dum yeah that's right and then some other part and then the good part so go go go walk through my door and don't turn around no I won't welcome you here any I'm going to surviveAnne what are you doingI stop mid twirl Dancing to a song in my headGil takes the glass from my hand Definitely enough wine for youWhat McKenzie artistically accomplishes is a protagonist I know and dialogue that uickly summarizes relationships Gil is Anne's older brother He is diabolical But he loves his sister Jack is Anne's arranged husband He is Jack You get Jack Sarah is Anne's best friend She's a lawyer who will fight to the death if she thinks Anne is in danger It's clever dialogue with witty comebacksThe twist I didn't see it coming I loved itExpect a lot of drinking Expect a lot of swearing Expect a lot of laughing

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Arranged ì Anne Blythe tem razões para sorrir acaba de receber uma aliciante proposta para publicar o seu primeiro livro Mas no ue toca a relações amorosas a situação é muito pouco animadora Após mais um relacionamento falhado Anne encontra na rua um cartão de uma empresa ue ela julga ser de promoção de encontros românticos Interpretando o como um sinal acaba por guardá loFarta de v. This was a fascinating concept a successful independent woman gets fed up with her failed romances and signs up for an arranged marriage service It turns out to be light and predictable with fairly shallow characters in terms of development and only sometimes in terms of personality a bland romance and an obvious plot twist towards the end It wasn't bad don't get me wrong but it was a bit like eating empty calories in that it's rather fun while you're reading it but afterwards you feel kind of guilty and you want to pick up something with substance Overall it was a decent summer read Enjoyable but fluffy and forgettableThat being said I had better put all my cards on the table and admit that I very rarely read romances because they aren't really my cup of tea Other than Jane Austen but I make an exception for her and her snark I will give this book credit because it didn't make me cringe and it stayed away from being overly sappy So it is than likely that people who are in tune with the genre would love this book Free read ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ó Catherine McKenzie

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Catherine McKenzie ó 7 Summary To mais entusiasmada fica Se os casamentos arranjados resultam para milhões de mulheres em todo o mundo porue não haveria de resultar com ela Além disso o serviço afirma ue só fracassou em 5 por cento dos casosMeses depois Anne encontra se num resort mexicano pronta para casar com Jack o seu «par perfeito» E tudo parece correr bem Mas será possível encomendar o amor verdadei. ArrangedAbout a woman who drinks a lot and wants to be married apparently to almost anyone The premise of an arranged marriage among modern people apart from and unfamiliar with cultural use is intriguing but the story fell flat and then took a dive off the cliff altogether and just plungedAnne Blythe wanted love but didn't she believed in fate but not really she was up for anything but you know The main character couldn't make up her mind and this went on throughout the whole book and it seems like the message of the story is the same Flip flopping back and forth saying one thing and then dismissing it contradicting earnest declarations and throwing its hands up with a sigh of What the hellAfter an opening breakup and a uick healing time as well as a knee jerk reaction to seeing her best friend become engaged Anne calls the number on a card that she found on the sidewalk It's for Blythe Company which sets up couples for arranged marriages Like a matchmaking service of the permanent varietyThe process includes spending a massive amount of money regardless of satisfaction regular meetings with a therapist a trip to Mexico and then the opportunity to marry your match the day after meeting them In Anne's case she takes the plunge to take the plunge and her match is Jack an unappealing writerThey meet and fall asleep on the beach she meets a rather annoying lady named Margaret who always seems to be around and things kind of float along until there's a very sudden discovery which changes everything about Anne's new relationship Oh and before that people are already coming down on her for her uick decision marriageAnne has to deal with everyone else's stupid opinions and deal with her own stupid broken heart and then things get worse and the book ends stupidlyBadI was somewhat enjoying the first half of the book and then it became another one of those novels with a jarring shift It went steeply downhill from there and in the last third the story skipped like crazy Leisurely painting the mundane then fast forwarding to weeks or months later and it left me wondering how Anne grew in that time It was a lost opportunity for revealing a strong woman but then that dream was uashed in the end anywayThe psycho babble gets really annoying really fast The therapy sessions are super irritating Extremely I wanted to skip past them or throw the book across the room The whole thing struck me as really typical of therapy scenes by authors who hopefully have no clue how a therapist would or should act and what they would say And again the therapist is stupid Stupid Stupid BSAnne Blythe Gil Oh My God It got old in the first chapter when I went Anne Blythe Didn't the author know th Oh Yeah That was ick And it just kept going and being repeated and was a story within the story that I just could've done without even if the rest of the story had been goodIt seemed to go out of the way to not mention the novel's location Or was trying to write an anonymous city every reader could relate to but only made it stand out for what's unsaid and it become a distraction from the storyMs Cooper is an unnecessary bitch But none of the characters here have redeeming ualities and Jack is the worst of all view spoilerI was waiting for Anne to realize William was the guy for her especially as Jack's shitty actions became and apparent hide spoiler