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Everyone Else's Girl Paperback – October 21, 2005
Deliver Her: A Novel
The mother of a grieving teenager makes a decision that may shatter their family forever. Learn More
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Family dynamics are a top favorite of mine when I read a book. In this one, everyone bounced off one another and it was perfect. The younger sister, Hope, who is fresh out of college and basically being a bum, is a hoot! She doesn't mind spouting off her mouth, but you can tell she doesn't like anyone messing with her big sister either. Their brother Christian is the perfect example of the golden boy. He's also protective, but he also wants things to go his way. When the three of them get into the same room especially if Hope isn't seeing eye-to-eye, personalities just come alive on the pages! I was cracking up so many times reading this family together.
There's no way anyone can go back home without having to run into their past. The biggest past for Meredith is her brother's fiance, Jeannie, who used to be her best friend throughout high school. A lot of how people have perceived Meredith really comes out when these two are around one another. Then there's Scotty Sheridan, the one who was always the dweeb and suddenly turned hot. (How those guys always come back to bite us!) Meredith might be a taken girl with her boyfriend back in Atlanta, but sparks are starting to fly with Scotty around.Read more ›
Girl code insures that Meredith behaves when she sees her former best friend from high school Jeannie though she would prefer to slap her once pal, but she is Christian's fiancée. She keeps her sister Hope and Christian from killing one another while tending to her father's needs. Meredith cannot wait to get out of Dodge until she meets sexy Scott Sheridan, whom she and her crowd tormented in high school as befitting nerd status. They share torrid sex, which she finds divine and he finds as retribution for what Meredith and her merrymakers did to him a decade ago.
This chick lit contemporary romance is refreshed by Meredith's reassessment of her seemingly dysfunctional family as she draws different conclusions the second time around by living with them as she grows from scorn to understanding. The cast is solid as her siblings, her future sister-in-law, her lover, and her dad turn Meredith's cushy world upside down. Meredith's maturation is handled with humor and pathos so that the sub-genre fans receive a wonderful tale.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have read some of Megan Crane's novels and this one was not my favorite. It is overall okay, but was a little slow at points. It's an okay beach read.Published 22 months ago by Shell Jay
This book was pretty good. It had some funny parts. I wasn't very happy with the way the book ended. I could have used a little more closer.Published on September 30, 2010 by K. Johnson
I read the review on this book and everyone raved about how funny it was. So I decided to give it a read. Read morePublished on April 8, 2009 by Sapphire
A really well written story about a twenty-eight year old women who ends up living at home with her parents when her father has an auto accident and her mother is in Europe. Read morePublished on March 24, 2009 by JerseyGirl Yvonne
At first, when I started reading the first few chapters of this book, I was overwhelmed with disappointment, thinking 'Maybe, I should just skip this and go on to the next book... Read morePublished on December 13, 2008 by Lovesbooks
I continued to read this book until I got to chapter 3. After I just couldn't do it anymore. Found it boring and not funny at all!Published on April 4, 2008 by MDSO13
I like chick lit, but sometimes grow frustrated with the rich, spoiled main characters. While the main character in this book is no angel, she is firmly grounded in something like... Read morePublished on March 20, 2007 by Alicia
This is a great book about a thirty something girl named Meredith, who had to leave her home, job, and boyfriend in the south, to go back to her hometown in New Jersey. Read morePublished on August 18, 2006 by Betty
This book is wonderful. I had a hard time putting it down. This is a must read!!(Preferably in one sitting)Published on February 25, 2006 by ATMCfan