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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The most heartbreaking scene occurs between her, her mother, and her stepfather toward the end. A great read about grief, acceptance, friendship, love, family and everything in between. I’ll definitely be looking into any other works that this impressive debut author might release.

Jan 24, Kristy rated it liked it. Sep 09, Angela rated it really liked it. I found her mother pretty offensive.

I Now Pronounce You Someone Else by Erin McCahan | Scholastic

She returned to the sink. I appreciated that the author gave us a MC who wanted to wait till marriage for sex.

You have many heart-squeezing, all-tooth-smiles to look forward to. Whitt doesn’t want her to be his daughter. I read the book crossing my fingers that the romance between Jared and Bronwen didn’t make me cringe with overwhelming “OMG I’d die if we weren’t together forever”-ness.

It’s not that I think authors should only write these kinds of characters for a moral message. I believe many teen girls will relate to Bronwen’s struggles, maybe even give them hope for the road ahead.


When after a few months he asks her to marry him, she happily accepts and they plan to wed once she finishes college. McCahan puts out in the near future. Bronwen loves Jared because he’s smart, funny, and has a great family.

It’s been years since I’ve considered Holland home four years of college in Ypsilanti, and then for the past two years I’ve been in New Domeone Citybut it was so fun to re-visit the area through Bronwen’s eyes. I notice at school that a lot of girls have rings that look like engagement ring.

I frequently read it with a smile on my face — looking like a complete idiot, of course.

It’s also funny as hell, thanks to the Bronwen’s fa I love this book madly because it’s both a good, hot, crunchy romance, with really strong characters on both sides and a believable pace to its events; and more than a romance — more than just another book for teen girls with a cute guy and a pretty pink blue cover.

It’s about a 17 year old girl who falls in love, almost gets married before even going to school and decides that yes, she does love her fiance, but is she ready to give up her whole future wants just to be with him? Aug 28, Kristen rated it it was amazing Shelves: Her love for Jared is definitely enhanced by his family.

Bronwen’s relationship with Jared was so sweet and adorable. It’s a refreshing POV in YA, and I think that even readers who disagree with Bronwen’s logic would find it a valid, reasonable, non-preachy choice for her character. Jared’s family immediately takes Bronwen in as one of their own, and she bonds with each of them. In her senior year, she meets Jared, who is in college.


I Now Pronounce You Someone Else

It had mcahan a hopeful tone. I loved Bronwen’s character. Their parents are reluctant to accept the decision, and so do Bronwen’s friends.

It kind of reminds me of a breakup that I just recently went through. Do guys as amazing as him truly exist? Bronwen’s known Jared for years through her brother, but it’s only after they’re both post breakups that they look at each other and go “Wow.

I won’t give away the ending, suffice it to say that things do magically get ‘all better’ and end with a neatly tied up happily ever after. Where did the author come up with them??? Why couldn’t her mother accept her for who she was? Seventeen-year-old Bronwen Oliver has a secret: Brownen’s thoughts were in sync with mine, most of the time.