I Take This Man: A Novel

I Take This Man: A Novel

by Valerie Frankel
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I Take This Man 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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Teaandbooks More than 1 year ago
i taught this book was great from beginning to end.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
On the day they were to exchange I do, Bram Shiraz informs Penny Bracket that he cannot marry her, leaving her a note saying he is sorry and not much more. Penny is upset especially since Bram did not have the guts to face her after all they were seeing one another for two years so he owed her that much. --- While Penny wants to know why, her mother Esther, distrustful of men, is outraged by Bram¿s cowardly negative. She confronts him with a champagne bottle to his head and takes Bram prisoner to her Short Hares, New Jersey vast estate. Esther demands Bram write a personal note apologizing to each of the more than two hundred guests and eat every piece of the massive expensive wedding food that Esther has had shipped to her estate. Bram's widowed father Keith searches for his suddenly vanished son to learn why also. All roads lead to Esther Bracket, but no evidence of his son seems anywhere so perhaps a seduction is in order to obtain the facts. --- This tale is obviously over the top but readers will enjoy this zany contemporary romantic comedy. The story line is fast-paced once Esther performs the abduction and never slows down not even for a seduction or a bite or two zillion. The CIA will want to hire Esther as her form of torture (eating quiche for 200 plus guests) make rendition obsolete. Fans will enjoy Valerie Frankel¿s fun lighthearted romp. --- Harriet Klausner