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by Karen Kendall

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Author:
Karen Kendall
ISBN13:
978-0451220783
ISBN:
0451220781
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Publisher:
Signet; First Edition edition (March 6, 2007)
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United States
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Rating:
4.3
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Fit to Be Tied (Signet Eclipse). Karen Kendall captures the insecurities and doubts of a zany newlywed who doesn't want to end up like her parents.

This is Jen's shining moment, her wedding day, and all she can think. Fit to Be Tied (Signet Eclipse). 0451220781 (ISBN13: 9780451220783). This funny, sexy romance will keep you reading just to find out what Jen will do next. I laughed out loud at the witty quotes on marriage, weddings and newlyweds. Don't let the title fool you - this bride may be FIT TO BE TIED in a straightjacket.

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Fit to Be Tied is a compilation CD released by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts. The collection was released in the United States in 1997. It was remastered and reissued in 2001 with slightly different artwork. Rather than secure the rights to the original versions of "I Hate Myself for Loving You" and "Little Liar" from CBS, Jett's label included a demo version and live recording of those songs, respectively.

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Fit to Be Tied 2018 is in the books! Thank you everyone who came out to walk, run or support us in the rain! A huge congratulations to overall winner and first place woman, Jennifer Wood, and first place man, Jordan Lieberman!

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This is Jen's shining moment, her wedding day, and all she can think about are her blueberry stained teeth, her crazy soon-to-be-divorced parents, and her missing shoe. What's really on her mind, though, is the book that the pastor gave her: Will Your Marriage Last? And now she's just not so sure. She survives the wedding, but can't even get through the honeymoon. Totally losing it, she asks her husband (of only one day) for a divorce. Going to divorce court is ugly-but with these fresh wounds and new insight on what marriage is and actually was, she's growing closer to her love than ever before. Will it take losing her husband-and mind-to show her what she always had?
  • Karen Kendrall has a distinct writing syle that for this book was not there. The story was from Jen's point of view, with all the characters in the story you definatly frlt half crazed. But none of the other characters had enough depth to really counter Jen. The plus side I was abble to dee an entire story though one persons eyes, which did only give you one piece of the puzzle, which is alot like real life.
    The character M.E. was Jen's best friend but she really did not have a very big impact on the story, actually I am not sure why she was even there considering we have no clue how her story ened.
    I do recommend this storyfor it is a good story and anyone who has ever been in a long term relationship can understand quite a lot about what Jen is going through.

  • I thought the premise of this book was original. When I bought it, I thought I was getting something fresh and entertaining. I was not entertained by Jen's superficiality. Yes, I understood that she was going through some rough times because of her parents' divorce, but where does that mean that she can't think for herself? Because her parents divorce, must she become a self-absorbed, hypercritical, vengeful maniac?

    I hated the book. I didn't like Jen, but did like Tom. Neither was perfect, but Jen was ridiculous, very much the type of woman who would marry a man then turn around two seconds later and divorce him over something that is forgiveable and understandable. The author forged the situation, but she didn't make Jen likeable, just manic. If I have a manic, idiotic heroine, I'd rather watch it on television for 30 minutes than read about it.

    I kept thinking that Tom, despite his own role in the crash of their marriage, should just walk away from her until she started acting like a real woman instead of a caricature of one.

    This is my first Karen Kendall book, and I am not impressed enough to buy another.

  • Jennifer Canby's wedding day is not going well. In fact, everything is
    going wrong. When Jen discovers that her groom, Tom Brookhaven, has
    been sipping the scotch before the ceremony, she's had enough.

    Jen's parents are getting divorced, her brother is getting into
    trouble and she just discovered that Tom was hiding a big secret from
    her. Jen is scared and she's convinced divorce is her only recourse,
    but is it?

    Fit To Be Tied is a story about lies, misunderstandings, dysfunctional
    families, and true love. At first I was mad at Tom then I was mad at
    Jen and by the end, I was just glad it was over. I couldn't put it
    down though. I had to see what would happen next and how everything
    would turn out. There is a lot of angst to get through before you get
    to the happily ever after in Fit to Be tied. All may be fair in love
    and war, but I like less war and more love in my romance books.

    Nannette
    Reviewed for Joyfully Reviewed

  • In the Hartford area, this should be the happiest day of her life. Yet with each step towards the altar and the groom, Jen Canby feels like a condemned woman facing a firing squad. She wonders how she ended up on death row, as kindhearted Tom Brookhaven calmly waits apparently due to imbibing for her to exchange I do with him. Cowardly she goes through the vows rather than flee as her gut insists she do because $35,000 would go down the toilet.

    At the ceremony afterward, Jen's parents are living up to what she expects from them, causing havoc as they fight publicly over every nuance. Their upcoming divorce sounds like the Paris Peace Accords to end some war. Tom is drunk when an uninvited six foot amazon arrives claiming she is the groom's former wife. Perhaps Jen needs a divorce or an annulment though she admits to herself she loves Tom, but her only concern is who would gain custody of the dog.

    Though humorous, contemporary readers will want to admonish Jen for not taking the time to talk with her new husband instead of saying I do want a divorce as she insists after she feels he got drunk to marry her and hid his first wife from her, which reminds her too much of her parents. Tom tries to atone for his poor performance, but Jen refuses to listen to his apologies. Told from Jen's perspective only, the audience sees the dysfunctional relationships (there are several) from her limited tainted viewpoint. Karen Kendall provides a lighthearted chick lit tale that has amusing moments and asides, but Jen fails to obtain reader empathy.

    Harriet Klausner