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After three years of dating and trading nights at their respective New York City apartments, Emma Feit and Nick O"Hare are moving in together. Or they will be, as soon as they find the right place. For two happily-in-love professionals--Nick"s a teacher, Emma tutors college-bound teens--with good credit and stellar references, how hard can it be? As it turns out, very--in ways that are completely unexpected. Suddenly Emma is filled with questions about cohabiting, about giving up her freedom--not to mention about who"s going to clean the toilet. And while her best friend plans a dream wedding to her wealthy fiance, and her older brother settles into suburban bliss, Emma must figure out what home means to her--and how on earth to get there.
|Statement||Lindsey J. Palmer|
|LC Classifications||PS3616.A3426 I35 2015|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||297 pages ;|
|Number of Pages||297|
|LC Control Number||2015410871|
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A special thank you to Kensington and NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review. IF WE LIVED HERE, by Lindsay J.
Palmer, is a witty, sharp, contemporary portrayal of friendship and love a thirty something couple diving into the complications and trials of living together in New York. E and Nicholas 34 set out with cautious optimism to find their first joint domicile/5.
Lindsey J. Palmer's 'If We Lived Here' is a contemporary story focusing on a topic many readers will be able to relate to: moving in together, and both the positive and negative experiences that come with it/5(27).
If We Lived Here - Kindle edition by Palmer, Lindsey. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading If We Lived Here/5(27). “If We Lived Here cleverly explores the highs and lows (mostly lows) of apartment hunting in New York City.
It is also a journey into the complexity of romantic relationships, the changing dynamics of friendship in your If we lived here book, and ultimately the quest for a home.” —The Huffington Post/5(10).
If You Lived Here is a slow-moving, character-driven novel that centers around past tragedies and their impact in the present and the strife and process of foreign adoption.
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Razor-sharp and thought-provoking, Lindsey J. Palmer's. We are open, in-store and online. If You Lived Here is a nonfiction children's book about the types of houses that are built all over the world. Each page beautifully displays information about the house type, materials used to build the house, location, and historical facts about /5().
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Explore classroom activities, puzzles, teacher resources and enrichment pdfs for this book. Lyrical and moving, If You Lived Here takes the reader on a journey as well, from loss to love, and shows how new beginnings can heal old wounds.
Read more Read less Your guide to mental s: Get this from a library. If we lived here. [Lindsey J Palmer] -- After three years of dating and trading nights at their respective New York City apartments, Emma Feit and Nick O'Hare are moving in together. Or they will be, as soon as they find the right place.
Dana Sachs is the author of the novel If You Lived Here and two books of nonfiction, The House on Dream Street: Memoir of an American Woman in Vietnam and The Life We Were Given: Operation Babylift, International Adoption, and the Children of War in Vietnam.
Born in Memphis, Tennessee, she lives in Wilmington, North Carolina, with her husband Reviews: If We Lived Here Lyrics: Customized errors, hand-crafted mistakes / They have brought us here whatever it takes / To err is human, but it feels divine / My fingers slowly climb in the notches of.
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These stories were my kind of stories--a li /5(2). If You Lived Here You’d Be Home by Now is the story of making a decision that turns all your preconceptions - good and bad - on their heads. In Red Lake County, Ingraham experiences the intensity and power of small-town gossip, struggles to find a decent cup of coffee, suffers through winters with temperatures dropping to 40 below zero, and.
Her previous bestselling books are Find the Good, Take Good Care of the Garden and the Dogs, and If You Lived Here, I'd Know Your Name. Lende was voted Citizen of the Year, Haines Chamber of Commerce, in Her website is In Henry Allen’s book “Where We Lived”, he describes several houses where they lived.
How pleasant is to read a book, which gives you exactly what the title promises. No surprises, no dramatic moments, no change of color except re-painting the house’s dead army green with a /5(11). This story is true and the topic of Christopher Ingraham’s new book, If You Lived Here, You’d Be Home by Now.
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