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review Baby Proof ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub From the author of the smash hits Something Borrowed and Something Blue comes a n. Ugh It s very rare that I get this pissed off by a book especially such random chick lit This review contains spoilers so don t read any if you ever plan to read this bookOk here goesThe story was about a NYC couple Ben Claudia that are madly in love They both agreed before marriage that they never want kids but after a close friend had a baby Ben changes his mind It s out of the uestion for Claudia and since neither will compromise they promptly divorce and this was the fastest divorce I ever heard of fictional and all No counseling no conversations nothing just divorceClaudia then starts dating this hot guy from work and after he takes her to Lake Como and gives her this wonderful cocktail ring she decides that she doesn t want to be with him WTH The only way I wouldn t want to be with him after this would be if I met George Clooney at Lake Como Nope she decides that she wants Ben back and will do anything even have a baby to get him back This is where I really got pissed off at the author I m all for twists in a book but really You portray this strong successful woman that wouldn t back down on her stand and now she leaves a good relationship and will sacrifice everything she believes in for her ex Why didn t they explore counseling instead of just getting a divorce Why couldn t she have watched her sister s kids and had a change of heart Or make her fall in love with the new man to only find out he has a child then what would she do I m no author but I definitely could have thought of a better twist or plotline I felt conned But not as conned as this future fictional baby would mommy never wanted you she just wanted daddy The other plotlines in the story were also ridiculous Her best friend always dates bad guys and right now she s with a married man To keep him she tricks him into a pregnancy Now this friend is also friends with Claudia s sisters one that s desperate to have a baby the other has been cheated on multiple times by her husband Why would these 2 sisters even be friends with her it s like she s rubbing it in their faces She ends up miscarrying and then dumped by the married guy but no worries as she ends up in a serious relationship about 2 minutes laterThe sister that wants babies asks Claudia for eggs and the plot goes like this let me think about it maybe no because I m saving all my eggs for when I get Ben back But that s ok too because she meets a very pregnant teenager at the shoe store around Thanksgiving and adopts her baby right in time for Christmas And both birth parents are tall so the baby won t be short like his adopted dadBen refuses to cooperate with Claudia when she doesn t want kids but takes her back no matter if they have kids or not Ummm so you divorced over this but now it s all okay Good grief I hope they never have babies because they might change their mind and not want it give it away and then ask for it back againClaudia also bad mouthed the cheating brother in law but when her sister temporarily forgives him all is okay with him he s not that badThe author had some witty lines and would probably be okay if this was a short story I think she wanted to please all the readers and not try to stir up controversy but she managed to annoy me to no endJodi Piccoult could take a very controversal issue and still give a satisfying ending without pissing off a lot of people I wish this author can learn something from her I picked this up at a yard sale thank God I didn t pay a lot for this or I d be really annoyed along with her other books they re all going directly into my yard sale pile I m not wasting my time again Cedric and the Dragon pissed off by a book especially such random chick lit This review contains spoilers so don t read any if you ever The Ladies of Grace Adieu and Other Stories promptly divorce and this was the fastest divorce I ever heard of fictional and all No counseling no conversations nothing just divorceClaudia then starts dating this hot guy from work and after he takes her to Lake Como and gives her this wonderful cocktail ring she decides that she doesn t want to be with him WTH The only way I wouldn t want to be with him after this would be if I met George Clooney at Lake Como Nope she decides that she wants Ben back and will do anything even have a baby to get him back This is where I really got The Big Book of Blues The Fully Revised and Updated Biographical Encyclopedia pissed off at the author I m all for twists in a book but really You Spark and Burn Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 7 8 #4 portray this strong successful woman that wouldn t back down on her stand and now she leaves a good relationship and will sacrifice everything she believes in for her ex Why didn t they explore counseling instead of just getting a divorce Why couldn t she have watched her sister s kids and had a change of heart Or make her fall in love with the new man to only find out he has a child then what would she do I m no author but I definitely could have thought of a better twist or Tattoo (Tattoo, #1) plotline I felt conned But not as conned as this future fictional baby would mommy never wanted you she just wanted daddy The other The Cat Who Went to Heaven plotlines in the story were also ridiculous Her best friend always dates bad guys and right now she s with a married man To keep him she tricks him into a Bugsy: The Bloodthirsty, Lusty Life of Benjamin 'Bugsy' Siegel pregnancy Now this friend is also friends with Claudia s sisters one that s desperate to have a baby the other has been cheated on multiple times by her husband Why would these 2 sisters even be friends with her it s like she s rubbing it in their faces She ends up miscarrying and then dumped by the married guy but no worries as she ends up in a serious relationship about 2 minutes laterThe sister that wants babies asks Claudia for eggs and the Inside the Crips: Life Inside L.A.'s Most Notorious Gang plot goes like this let me think about it maybe no because I m saving all my eggs for when I get Ben back But that s ok too because she meets a very African Laughter Four Visits to Zimbabwe pregnant teenager at the shoe store around Thanksgiving and adopts her baby right in time for Christmas And both birth West African Folk Tales parents are tall so the baby won t be short like his adopted dadBen refuses to cooperate with Claudia when she doesn t want kids but takes her back no matter if they have kids or not Ummm so you divorced over this but now it s all okay Good grief I hope they never have babies because they might change their mind and not want it give it away and then ask for it back againClaudia also bad mouthed the cheating brother in law but when her sister temporarily forgives him all is okay with him he s not that badThe author had some witty lines and would Love Me Tender probably be okay if this was a short story I think she wanted to Stephen Hawking A Biography Greenwood Biographies please all the readers and not try to stir up controversy but she managed to annoy me to no endJodi Piccoult could take a very controversal issue and still give a satisfying ending without The River of Doubt Theodore Roosevelt's Darkest Journey pissing off a lot of The Killing Fields picked this up at a yard sale thank God I didn t Philip II Of Macedonia: Greater Than Alexander pay a lot for this or I d be really annoyed along with her other books they re all going directly into my yard sale Siam in Trade and War pile I m not wasting my time again

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review Baby Proof ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ovel that explores the uestion is there ever a deal breaker when it comes to true. I m only a few pages in and I m hooked This woman is me plain and simple I m sitting here wondering when Emily Griffin found the time to sit down and write a book all about me I m really hoping the main character doesn t sell out in the end to garner the mass appeal of chick lit readers If she does I might have to swear off Ms Griffin for good So far though she understands me which lets me know that there are other women out there who feel exactly the way I do about the prospect of having kidswhich is insert obnoxiously loud vomitting noises hereLaterSPOILERS AHEADSo I finished it Normally I m not the sort to bash a book because I m butt sore about the ending but this one struck a chord with me The heroin decides that she ll have a baby if that s what it takes to get her husband back I m guessing that to even things out the husband decides that he d live without a child to be with her butthat s what the agreement was between them to begin with Living without a child is reversible Having one is NOT The moral of the story is You ll do ANYTHING for the one you truly love WTF Really Because I m not jumping off a cliff or doing anything else I can t reverse especially something that I truly do not want to do that will forever alter my destiny and the destiny of a heretofore nonexistent innocent HUMAN FUCKING BEING just because the one I love says that it would please them This is our LIVES we re talking about here Why would she put this out there as if it was ok We didn t need a happy ending here In reality there was no good ending for these two It was a tragedy from the begininng Griffin didn t have to put that you have to be willing to do anything in order to keep your man bullshit out there for young girls and women to read It s already everywhere we look and has been FOREVER Feminism is a thing that happened out of necessity to change the culture by introducing the radical idea that the sexes are eual in their value Relationships and marriages are based on euality and MUTUAL love and respect now not that roll over and do whatever he tells you to crap from olden timesAll in all I enjoyed reading the book until the end which is the ONLY reason it got two stars instead of one It seemed like a complete sell out on Griffin s partas I predicted It s always fine to throw non childbearing women under the bus in the end of novels tv shows and movies They almost always end up disregarding their own wishes for their lives and giving inbecause that s the way it is written I wish SOMEONE would write something in which a woman is simply OKAY with not having children that she DOES NOT WANT We women are not BORN to sell out and give in EVERY time some man or woman or other significant other asks for something they don t wish to give Young girls should stop being subliminally told otherwise in everything they read or watch on television and in all the media they consume from the time they are old enough to understand language onward Shame on you Griffin You have shamed yourself your vagina and all of womankind with this one Ab Urbe Condita Libri pages in and I m hooked This woman is me A Mansion in the Sky and Other Short Stories (CMES Modern Middle East Literature in Translation Series) plain and simple I m sitting here wondering when Emily Griffin found the time to sit down and write a book all about me I m really hoping the main character doesn t sell out in the end to garner the mass appeal of chick lit readers If she does I might have to swear off Ms Griffin for good So far though she understands me which lets me know that there are other women out there who feel exactly the way I do about the Anthony Blunt His Lives prospect of having kidswhich is insert obnoxiously loud vomitting noises hereLaterSPOILERS AHEADSo I finished it Normally I m not the sort to bash a book because I m butt sore about the ending but this one struck a chord with me The heroin decides that she ll have a baby if that s what it takes to get her husband back I m guessing that to even things out the husband decides that he d live without a child to be with her butthat s what the agreement was between them to begin with Living without a child is reversible Having one is NOT The moral of the story is You ll do ANYTHING for the one you truly love WTF Really Because I m not jumping off a cliff or doing anything else I can t reverse especially something that I truly do not want to do that will forever alter my destiny and the destiny of a heretofore nonexistent innocent HUMAN FUCKING BEING just because the one I love says that it would When the Dancing Stopped The Real Story of the Morro Castle Disaster and Its Deadly Wake please them This is our LIVES we re talking about here Why would she Hitler's Willing Executioners. Ordinary Germans and the Holocaust put this out there as if it was ok We didn t need a happy ending here In reality there was no good ending for these two It was a tragedy from the begininng Griffin didn t have to Twice the Temptation (Samantha Jellicoe, #4) partas I Yoshitsune and the Thousand Cherry Trees A Masterpiece of the Eighteenth century Japanese Puppet Theater Translations from the Asian Classics predicted It s always fine to throw non childbearing women under the bus in the end of novels tv shows and movies They almost always end up disregarding their own wishes for their lives and giving inbecause that s the way it is written I wish SOMEONE would write something in which a woman is simply OKAY with not having children that she DOES NOT WANT We women are not BORN to sell out and give in EVERY time some man or woman or other significant other asks for something they don t wish to give Young girls should stop being subliminally told otherwise in everything they read or watch on television and in all the media they consume from the time they are old enough to understand language onward Shame on you Griffin You have shamed yourself your vagina and all of womankind with this one

review ð E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ô Emily Giffin

review Baby Proof ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Love First comes love Then comes marriage Then comes a baby carriage Isn’t tha. This is one of the WORST books I have ever read Please do not torture yourself


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    Baby Proof E–pub READ Emily Giffin Ô 9 read free read Baby Proof I loved Giffin's first two books Something Borrowed and Something Blue so I had high hopes for this book Instead I was left with a resentful disappointmentFirstly why is it that novels set in NYC have to be gushing odes to the city? This book name drops worse than a D lister trying to get into a hot Hollywood club Restaurants street names the Brooklyn Bridge there's even a paragraph devoted to the skyline post 911 WE GET IT THE

  2. says: review ð E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ô Emily Giffin Emily Giffin Ô 9 read Baby Proof E–pub READ

    Baby Proof E–pub READ I have mixed feelings about this book I had picked this up as the third novel by Ms Giffin having already read her first two Something Borrowed Something Blue All the characters in her books seem to be somewhat interrelated and the back cover looked interesting especially since I like the heroine am a thirty something woman exceedingly tired of being asked when I will have children Like Katherine Hepburn I suspect I am just far too selfish

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    free read Baby Proof Emily Giffin Ô 9 read Baby Proof E–pub READ Ugh It's very rare that I get this pissed off by a book especially such random chick lit This review contains spoilers so don't read any if yo

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    review ð E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ô Emily Giffin Emily Giffin Ô 9 read Baby Proof E–pub READ I'm only a few pages in and I'm hooked This woman is me plain and simple I'm sitting here wondering when Emily Griffin found the time to sit down and write a book all about me I'm really hoping the main character doesn't sell out in the end to garner the mass appeal of chick lit readers If she does I might have t

  5. says: review ð E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ô Emily Giffin Baby Proof E–pub READ Emily Giffin Ô 9 read

    Baby Proof E–pub READ Emily Giffin has the literary capacity to create the most aggravating unlikable characters in all of chick lit that I positively can't stand and yet somehow by the end of the novel I am empathising with and rooting for every single one She gets me every time and uite frankly I'm sick of your shit GiffinI'm going to come right out an

  6. says: Baby Proof E–pub READ Emily Giffin Ô 9 read free read Baby Proof

    Baby Proof E–pub READ free read Baby Proof “There are no absolutes in relationships You can't take anything for granted You can count on absolutely nothing but the unexpected You only get in trouble when you start thinking that you're some kind of exception to the rule” ― Emily Giffin Baby ProofI chose this because the premise seemed interesting I too chose not to have children as did many of my friends So I wanted to read this and I had already read the Something Borrowed ser

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    Baby Proof E–pub READ review ð E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ô Emily Giffin free read Baby Proof Yet another Emily Giffin novel and I think it was okay for the most part The thing I HATE about Giffin as a writer is she makes a really interesting difficult scenario that makes you sympathize with her characters and then she can't think of how to solve the moral dilemma so near the end of her books she pulls something COMPLETELY horrible whether it's a cliché plot development or a seriously erroneous logical argument for making her chara

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    Emily Giffin Ô 9 read Baby Proof E–pub READ This book annoyed me I couldn't figure out why at first and then I realized it I don't agree with the author's message The protagonist spends the whole book trying to get over her ex husband who left her because she didn't want children In the end they reconcile because while she still doesn't want children she'd consider having them to be with her soulmate I think that is a selfish notion yes it seems unself

  9. says: Baby Proof E–pub READ Emily Giffin Ô 9 read review ð E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ô Emily Giffin

    Baby Proof E–pub READ This is one of the WORST books I have ever read Please do not torture yourself

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    Baby Proof E–pub READ Usually I tend to shy away from books in the chick lit genre When I saw Baby Proof on the shelf I was instantly drawn to this book for some reason After reading the book jacket I knew this was definitely going to be an interesting read to say the least Claudia and Ben are the perfect coupleat least to everyone around them anyway Claudia is a successful book editor and Ben is a successful architect who are both enjoying their married childfr

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  • Kindle Edition
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  • Baby Proof
  • Emily Giffin
  • English
  • 05 November 2018
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