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Love Your Frenemies
     

Love Your Frenemies

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by Mina V. Esguerra
 

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New adult/contemporary/chick lit: Yes, Universe, Kimmy Domingo knows that you hate her. But she's a nice person, she really is -- as long as you ignore the stories of people she's bullied, manipulated, and annoyed in the past. She totally gets that you've gotten back at her by having her fiance' dump her a week before their wedding. Soon after, she quit her job,

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New adult/contemporary/chick lit: Yes, Universe, Kimmy Domingo knows that you hate her. But she's a nice person, she really is -- as long as you ignore the stories of people she's bullied, manipulated, and annoyed in the past. She totally gets that you've gotten back at her by having her fiance' dump her a week before their wedding. Soon after, she quit her job, hopped on a plane, and just hid from everyone who knew her.

A year later and she's back in Manila to be maid of honor at a wedding she can't miss. She's home because she's ready to start over, but she also knows that some people at that wedding were responsible for the mess her life turned out to be. The first step to recovery? Cutting off the ones who caused her troubles to begin with: her best friend and her first love.

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ISBN-13:
9781500308322
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
07/10/2014
Pages:
136
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.32(d)

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Love Your Frenemies 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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This is how I felt after finishing Ms. Esguerra's latest e-book novella offering - :D Having read My Imaginary Ex, I was not sure how a book all about the mean ex-fiancee from that book would turn into a likable heroine for this one, but it totally worked. My Imaginary Ex alternates between flashbacks and the present, and I really enjoyed how this book does the same thing. Although the book is related to My Imaginary Ex, reading it first (or at all) is not necessary to enjoying this book - it stands alone quite well. Another great addition to the chick lit genre. This book is all about Kimmy - her friendships, her love life, and maybe becoming a little less self absorbed than she used to be.