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The Man I Should Have Married
The Man I Should Have Married
by Pamela Redmond Satran
Edition: Paperback

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The one that got away...., 9 Nov 2003
When Kennedy is dumped by her husband for a young, clueless surfer called Sunny it looks as if she is going to crash and burn, troubled teenage daughters, financial troubles and a money grabbing Mom are the least of her troubles when the one that got away re-enters her life. Declan is everything her ex, Frank, wasn't, good looking, funny and laid back.
When Declan comes into Kennedy's life again things just get trickier and trickier, a rollercoaster of events take the pair through tears, laughter and everything imaginable and you the reader are left breathless with anticipation as to what will happen next.
Finishing this book will leave you with a smile on your. An extra of this book is an up close and personal with the author, so if you're someone like me who always has questions on their mind after finishing a book, the answers here are enough to satisfy even the most inquisitive of readers.


The Princess Diaries
The Princess Diaries
Offered by ALL-MY-MUSIC-GERMANY
Price: £14.43

3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A soundtrack to the best movie and to your teen years!, 24 Sep 2002
This review is from: The Princess Diaries (Audio CD)
The Princess Diaries is a movie that will have you laughing and crying at unsuccesful, unpopular Mia's life and the soundtrack totally helps you keep safe the teenage years you'll never want to forget, Mandy Moore, Aaron Carter and B*witched make this album one saucy compliation of Summary feeling hits. "Stupid cupid" is actually taken straight from the movie where Mandy Moore performed it on the beach, it'll bring back all those memories of the movie where some of Mias most embarassing moments happened. Songs like "Crush" by 3GS and "Little Bitty Pretty One" from Aaron Carter will have you tapping your feet while "Always tomorrow" by Nobody's Angel will melt your heart. A brilliant teen anthem to invest in.


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