Item description for Rematch: A Lauren Holbrook Novel (TH1NK #2) by Erynn Mangum...
Overview Lauren Holbrook believes that God matched couples before time began-some just require a coordinated introduction. And no one plays love connection better than Lauren, an undercover Cupid on a mission to connect clueless friends. The next couple-in-waiting? Brandon and Hannah, two unsuspecting pals who are perfect for each other in every way. They just don't realize it yet. But as Lauren grows closer to her friend Ryan, and her single father unexpectedly falls in love, she discovers the joy found in trusting God's perfect plan instead of her own. The Lauren Holbrook series delivers fun stories on topics girls care about, such as boys, chocolate, and dating. Each book balances the lighthearted antics of Lauren with spiritual insights that will encouarge teen readers to trust God for their lives.
Publishers Description Lauren's dad may be getting remarried--and Lauren is still looking for the love of her life Join Lauren on her adventure of caffeine, chocolate, girl talk, and spiritual insights as she continues to search for the right match.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.2" Width: 5.56" Height: 0.85" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2007
Publisher NAV PRESS #111
Grade Level High School
Series Number 2
ISBN 160006096X ISBN13 9781600060960
Availability 0 units.
More About Erynn Mangum
Erynn Mangum is the author of the popular Lauren Holbrook series (Miss Match, ReMatch, Match Point, Match Made and Bake Me a Match), as well as the Maya Davis series (Cool Beans, Latte Daze and Double Shot), Sketchy Behavior and the Paige Alder series (Paige Torn, Paige Rewritten and Paige Turned). And her newest novel, Katie in Waiting. She lives in New Mexico with her family. You can find out more about Erynn on her website: www.erynnmangum.com
Reviews - What do customers think about Rematch (Lauren Holbrook Novel)?
Great Book! Aug 8, 2008
I read this book in one day. It was great. I just couldn't put it down. I got absolutely nothing else done that day because all I did was read. Erynn Mangum's characters in the book are so intriguing and funny. I absolutely loved the character of Lauren. I think I liked the character so much because it reminded me of myself. I highly recommend this book to anyone who likes some good chick lit!
Rematch Mar 28, 2008
I loved this book. Erynn Mangum is such an awesome author. She is definitely one of my new favorites. I can't wait for the third book in this series to come out!
Better than the last! Mar 25, 2008
I loved Erynn's first book MissMatch. BUT Rematch is even better. Erynn does a wonderful job of bringing you through the characters lives. You feel a part of them w/o feeling bored by unnecessary details. "Lauren Holbrook" is a fun character and the situations she gets herself into will have you laughing out loud! The multiple relationships all going at the same time keep the book moving, while the undercurrent of Lauren's own relationships keeps you wondering. I couldn't put the book down and I loved every minute of the read. Usually "chick lit" books are a litte shallow. Erynn manages to keep the book light and enjoyable w/o being shallow. There are definitely some "deep" things dealt with, yet the overall feeling of the book is FUN!
Matchmaker Supreme Nov 1, 2007
Lauren Holbrook feels her calling in life is bringing people together. She's good at it too. Just look at her friends, Nick and Ruby, who are currently on their honeymoon, thanks to Lauren's matchmaking abilities. Now she has set her sights on Brandon, her best friend, and Hannah, a fellow employee. These two belong together. They just don't realize it, but Lauren plans to change that. She's also trying to set up friends, Shawn and Hallie. Obviously these matches are made in heaven. All they need is a little push from Lauren. Of course, she's not interested in romance, but Ryan, Ruby's brother, seems to be underfoot a lot. Then her father attends a Christian Singles Conference, and meets a woman he's interested in. Suddenly there isn't enough coffee in the world to calm Lauren's fears. What kind of woman? What if she's a genetic scientist? This is one match she can't control. Excellent follow up to Miss Match, book one in the Lauren Holbrook novels. The characters are well developed and the dialogue fast paced and witty. I'm hoping there's a book three in the works.
Fabulous! Oct 5, 2007
The enchanting matchmaker Lauren Holbrook is back, better than ever in the sequel to the brilliant Missmatch!
Riding the wave of her successful pairing of her work colleague and Bible Study leader, Lauren sets her sights on her hapless single friends, confident she can lead them into their happily ever after.
While consuming copious amounts of coffee and cheesecake, Lauren plots to bring her favourite barrista, Shawn into both wedded bliss with newcomer, Hallie and belief in God, preferably in reverse order!
Lauren's life is suddenly complicated when her widowed Dad announces he is off to a singles retreat, Meet Your Match in Michigan, construction worker Ryan Palmer causes flutters in her stomach when he smiles and then there is Brandon Knox, her best buddy in the whole world without a girl of his own ~ what's a girl to do?!
Erynn Mangum has done it again! Rematch is wonderful, replete with sparkling wit, gregarious and uplifting characters and a story that will leave you with a happy heart. Lauren's stellar voice continues to shine brightly and despite her meddling, you can't help but love her. Her naivety in her own love life is delightful and I can't wait to see how Erynn resolves that. Lauren's friends and family are just as appealing each epitomising integrity yet with enough foibles to be realistic. The final scene is a treasure ~ a secret mission with code names Vizzini and Inigo was the icing on the cake! All that was left for me to do was close the book and watch Pride & Prejudice, which I did. Read Rematch and you will understand why! This is one of those unique books that can be read and enjoyed by anyone, from the teen years and beyond!