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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Bronwen lays out her switched at birth theory up front. She has great principles in life and she made good decisions.

Bronwen had some elss real decisions to make, about college and love, all of her decision making did not revolve around Jared only. Her love for Jared is definitely enhanced by his family. Too bad, because that was the best part.

She returned to the sink. I liked her dry comments at the end of each section, and her routine with her family.

Jared, what a sweetheart. Bronwen’s family is hilarious and heartbreaking. I frequently read it with a smile on my face — looking like a complete idiot, of course.

Then a couple more. Bronwen’s internal struggle between doing what she thinks is normal for someone mccwhan age ie, wlse on to live in the dorms at the college of her dreams and doing what her heart wants ie, marrying the guy she’s in love with was interesting and heartfelt. I like how they are crossing paths in the end, but I really wanted a happily-ever-after in this book.

Contemporary so,eone, teen romance, drama, family drama, friendship Age Group: I think some relationships are meant to be and after reading this book, some girls might make the decision that is better for her and not for “us”. I Now Pronounce You Someone Else tells the tale of Bronwen Oliver, a girl who has never exactly been happy with the family she was given. This is a story about being lost within yourself, found by the erjn that loves you, only to be lost in that love and then finally, finally finding that perfect moment where you know you truly belong She knew this wasn’t really true, but it was a fantasy that her ‘real’ family was out there and was more like her.


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Bronwen knows she must have been switched at birth, and she can’t wait to get away from her “family” for mcchan. I really liked this book. Trying to find a sense of belonging is one of the toughest challenges of simeone, and I could say that Bronwen handled her struggles well. I can promise you this is in fact not the case, as I had to start from scratch when I started planning mine.

I think it will appeal to everyone.

I Now Pronounce You Someone Else

In fact, just the kind of family that Bronwen had always dreamed of. The storyline was original and well presented as Bronwen struggles to discover who she really is after the death of her father. She’s a joke-cracker, intelligent – b Where to start I appreciated that the author gave us a MC who pronoynce to wait till marriage for sex.

Her father passed away when she was little, which changed her relationship with her mother as well. The minor characters truly make this book. Books by Erin McCahan. Bronwen never felt accepted by her mother. And I loved it. I was just expecting projounce sweet love story, and that is amazing part of it, but it was also witty, funny and smart coming of age story.


Picture-perfect at all times. It’s only when Jared finally gets Bronwen to open herself up to him that he takes that next step and kisses her.

But as the wedding day approaches, Bronwen begins to wonder if Jared is truly what she needs. He’s sweet, funny, everything she wants — and he has the family Bronwen has always wanted too.

That was one of the best written moments in the love department. There are three heavy kissing scenes when Bronwen has to tell a guy no further and she mentions them reaching inside or to undo various parts of her clothing.

I Now Pronounce You Someone Else by Erin McCahan (4 star ratings)

Her family cannot possibly be related to her. And talking about Jared, I loved him too, and while he was nearly perfect aomeone swoon-worthy, in my opinion, McCahan also gave him reasonable down-falls to his character, which was something I liked seeing amongst all the other “perfect” YA boyfriends in books.

I can only hope that teens who read it will find solace and enjoyment in reading a book about a girl who mccaahan have a high moral ground without being a loser, can make mistakes but find reparations, and knows how to find herself and the things she wants without losing sight of her dreams and hopes.