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Keeping Kennedy by [Webb, Debra]
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Length: 175 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • File Size: 388 KB
  • Print Length: 175 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Pink House Press; 2 edition (September 19, 2011)
  • Publication Date: September 19, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005O58SVE
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This was a cute predictable little romance, great for something light where you don't need to think. It was well written, and the characters were likeable.

I think once in awhile this is just what you need especially if you are reading a heavier or depressing book.

I read this because I loved the Impulse books by this author, and while I prefer the mysteries this was consistently satisfactory. If you are looking for a five star I would definitely read Obsession and Impulse.
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Keeping Kennedy was a cute story with a fun plot and likable characters. I didn't find the story believable but I can accept the premise of make-believe in a romance that was obviously intended to be light reading. I found the dialogue to be exceptionally good and the imagery to be very vivid. This book could have used the services of a proofreader but the mistakes were minor so they did not interfere with the flow of the story. I did enjoy reading this story; it makes for a very pleasant interlude after a heavy book. I think other people would like this story also.
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A short entertaining read with a predictable storyline. I particularly liked Iggy the iguana...and Kennedy's aversion to the lizzard. I found the parents rather faked...It stretched my credibility that parents who'd always been conservative and straightlaced would suddenly metamorphose into free loving hippies...it wasn't comvncing for this reader. My parents certainly wouldn't have.

The book could stand a good proof reading but the mistakes were not enough to make me stop reading or spoil my reading pleasure.
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Typical story of insecure girl pretending to have a boyfriend /fiance for her highschool reunion. I really hated the parents. Why? Because the author had Kennedy say they were uptight and conservative. When Kennedy comes home the parents are acting like free loving hippies. She is shocked by their new dress and behavior. They say it's because the reunion committee decided to have everyone in town dress and act like the year they graduated from highschool. It really put me off because no one can change their personality that quickly. Her parents were all of a sudden going to let ber share her bed with her "fiance " just because the reunion committee told them to act a part? When normally the fiance would be sleeping in the guest room?! If that was true then the author should never have said they were so conservative and uptight in the first place. Someone like that is not going to allow that in their home no matter what. My mom is like how she described her parents. My uncle in his forties, divorced with two kids, could not sleep in the same bed with his new fiance in our house. I owned my house with my fiance a year before we married but was I able to move in with him? No! Because both our mothers would never be cool with that so I had to wait 'til I was married to live in my own house. People like that are not going to change their moral beliefs because a reunion committee asked them to. Otherwise the story was okay, typical of every similar story.
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They say "there's a thing line between love and hate", I would like to add that there's a thing line between love and friendship. This novel is a must read, once you start, you won't stop reading until you get to the last page and even then, you will want more.
Oh, did i mention it is hilarious.
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Kennedy needs a fiance just for a week - she is finally going home to see her family. Drake is the hot neighbor that she does favors for while he is out of town so he is the perfect scapegoat. They are complete opposites but he would be perfect for the job. What neither of them expect is to fall in love for real.
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This is one of those moments when I wish the Amazon fairy would grant me a half star for a rating. This book was more of a 3.5 star book for me, but when given the choice of whole stars I had to go with 3 instead of 4.

"Keeping Kennedy" was a very quick and cute read, but the basic premise irritated me like a pebble in my shoe. I couldn't get on board with an adult woman needing a fake fiance for a class reunion. The need for a trophy date for a reunion I would have believed over a fiance.

Kennedy and Drake's relationship evolved too quickly based upon their previous relationship. Yes, they were neighbors for 3 years but the extent of their interaction was "Can you give me a ride to the airport?" and "Can you take care of my iguana?" For this reason, the ending fell flat for me. It didn't feel genuine and that will always be problematic for me.

In my opinion, the book was simply OK. I would have given the additional half star for the fantastic reunion idea used in the plot. If I plan to use the idea for my next class reunion, I should at least pay for it. :)
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Story line and characters interesting. A few surprises kept story enjoyable. Certain aspects of lead characters not believable, but this was still a fun read.
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