Bestselling YA author Kate Klise flies high with her first novel for grown-ups. In the Bag is You’ve Got Mail meets The Parent Trap in the 21st century—a. Four People. And One Big Mix-Up. In the Bag. A new novel by Kate Klise. William Morrow Trade Paperbacks ISBN e-ISBN I know where you might find copies of Kate Klise’s adult debut novel In the Bag this summer .. in quite a few beach bags! It’s absolutely perfect.
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Book Review: In the Bag by Kate Klise
All those untold stories and private dramas. There was no plot and the ending was obvious from word one!! Overview I loved this book. Like everything is destined to work out, but only the audience can see it. When they discover contact info in the bags, they begin conversing by email. It was a feel good book. Don’t have a Kindle? Speaking of bags, Coco and Webb happen to be traveling with identical black duffels, which get switched at baggage claim.
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Those who love a side of scenery, French food and wicked descriptions of Europe with their love stories will definitely find plenty to enjoy in In The Bag.
May 25, Pamela rated it liked it. When Andrew accidentally spills wine all over Daisy, he impulsively slips a flirtatious note in her bag, offering to pay for the cleaning and take her to dinner.
So I sent a request to the publisher and was ecstatic to get a review copy! These relationships develop, go through a lot of hesitation and doubt, and are far from perfect.
Book review: ‘In The Bag’ by Kate Klise
She has chosen to tell the story from the viewpoint of each of the characters, which really worked. He is constantly thrown into his work, and he tries to be a good father to his adopted son. Daisy and Coco were extremely easy for me to relate with as mother and daughter because I believe that my mother and I behaved the same way when I was a teenager! Also, Daisy simply does not understand her daughter’s angst. Just finished this book and I kats ita nice quick easy to read Chick Lit. I want to read it again.
I loved this book because I could read it one mimute at a time and really understand what I read. Daisy- Daisy is a work-a-holic who has anxiety problems. Plot One big mix-up at the airport is just the start of the destined romance between a pair of teens hoping to find themselves in the world, and two single parents who need to be reminded that your job doesn’t have to be your whole world. Then, when he finds a way to meet possibly the girl of his dreams, he jumps at the chance.
Book Review: In the Bag by Kate Klise – Chick Lit Plus by Samantha March
Berusaha memberi jn pada remaja mereka tapi tetap waspada saat terlihat sesuatu yang tidak lazim. Writing The author does an excellent job of capturing both adult and teen voices.
It’s just a fun, light-reading book that’s easy to follow Little do they know the teens are making their own plan. Chef and single mom Daisy is on her way to Paris to take a much needed vacation with her teenage daughter Coco.
Light, funny and really cute, In The Bag is a perfect beach read. William ,ate Paperbacks Availability: Hitting on strange women on airplanes is definitely not his typical style. I have to find my daughter’s missing bag before this ruins our vacation. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life.
Kate Klise is ranked my second favorite author, behind Kresley Cole. That being said, there were some things that annoyed me about this book. In the Bag is a smart and stylish story that explores the old-fashioned art of romance in kae modern world, where falling in love can be as risky as checking a bag on an international flight.
It was noted in the bio blurb that this was her first novel for bay – I think she missed the mark and should stick to the young adult genre!! Has so much excitement in each page that it will make never want to put it down!
Jul 04, Meghan rated it liked it. Please try again later.
A quick read too – I read it in one lazy Saturday: