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This was a light, easy, fast read It was a very surface book with a common story girl is about to get married and wants to find her dad and she has an adventure along the way The adventure part was a bit long and drawn out The out come was unique and the ending was satisfying. The writer did well from an emotional point on showing what May go through a persons mind when deciding to take that leap into marriage and how emotional it can be Especially if there s trust issue with yourself and others Also, in explaining why a person would have such issues with trust, emotional baggage I did not like the curse words, definitely not needed to get the point across The book did drag on towards the end as Emma overcomes her fear, able to forgive and accept what was. @Free Kindle ⚝ Cold Feet Æ Pre wedding jitters turn into serious doubts in this fresh and funny debut about tying the knot and untethering from the past Everyone s expecting her to walk down the aisleBut something is telling her to runEmma Moon s mother thinks it s acceptable to miss her only daughter s wedding rehearsal dinner for a work obligation Her father left when she was six months old Emma hasn t exactly been raised to be a happily ever after kind of girlSo when her anxieties get out of hand, Emma and her best friend, Liv, decide to take a road trip to San Francisco, find her long lost father, and put her family issues to restBut her quest for the truth stirs up events and emotions she didn t expect The urge to run away may just be a part of Emma s genetic makeup, because she s growing and tempted to do just that This book was ok The first POV didn t throw me out of the story like most first POV narratives The story felt a little bit flat in the middle but the first and last thrid of the book were quite enjoyable. Cold Feet is a wonderful page turner and a truly impressive debut novel I was not expecting to like it as much as I did, as I am not often one for the so called chick lit genre, but this book is so muchthan your run of the mill girl thinks about her impending wedding summer read In fact, considering it s now September, I d say it s the prefect Fall read, full of layers and emotional depth I polished it off in about a day and a half, especially as I began to obsess over figuring out Cold Feet is a wonderful page turner and a truly impressive debut novel I was not expecting to like it as much as I did, as I am not often one for the so called chick lit genre, but this book is so muchthan your run of the mill girl thinks about her impending wedding summer read In fact, considering it s now September, I d say it s the prefect Fall read, full of layers and emotional depth I polished it off in about a day and a half, especially as I began to obsess over figuring out the mystery of Emma s father I even thought I had it all figured out when the author proved me wrong with some well crafted and unexpected plot twists I think my favorite element of the book, however, was the way in which the author incorporated legal jargon I realize that might sound a little insane, and please note that I am NOT a lawyer myself, but the way she used legal anecdotes to inform her writing and her character made the story that much richer, and it was a really wonderful way to explore motive on apsychological level, and I found that not only did that make me want to delve deeper into Emma s characterization, but also into my own Speaking of Emma, she was a really well written main character deeply flawed in a way that didn t feel cloying or rote I found it a relief to encounter a narrator who was so aware of her flaws and her negative tendencies those things made her evenrelatable.Overall I was surprised by how much I enjoyed this book and I would happily recommend it to friends and strangers alike hence this Goodreads review Popcorn for the mind Perfect if you are looking for a fluffy, enjoyable read betweenweighty tomes. Review also found at I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher Berkley via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review The expected publication date is September 1st 2015 This is a story about a girl who thinks she has everything under control however deep down she is a complete and utter mess One week before her wedding she starts to question everything in her life and essentially self destructs While stories like these are meant to Review also found at I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher Berkley via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review The expected publication date is September 1st 2015 This is a story about a girl who thinks she has everything under control however deep down she is a complete and utter mess One week before her wedding she starts to question everything in her life and essentially self destructs While stories like these are meant to take you on a journey of self discovery with the main character it does not make you want to slap some sense in to them any less Emma had a distant mother and a non existent father and as a result seemed willing to set aside the happiness she found with Sam to avoid him from abandoning her at some unknown point in their future Makes sense right Not exactly however this the series of events found in this story Found within these pages is the story of love, friendship and personal growth Although I found Emma self destructive I wanted to see how her journey would complete I found it altogether satisfactory Also the story was pretty easy to read resulting in its completion in good time For those who like stories about self discovery this would be a good read I picked this up in the bargain section of the bookstore, not ever having heard of it or the author it s her debut novel , and I have to say I was pleasantly surprised I really liked Fitzhenry s writing style and would read her next book whenever it comes out if it hasn t already Her writing flowed, her characters were well developed, and the plot, tho maybe not the most original, held my interest as I read this one pretty quickly.I was surprised, but happily so, that Cold Feet was just as I picked this up in the bargain section of the bookstore, not ever having heard of it or the author it s her debut novel , and I have to say I was pleasantly surprised I really liked Fitzhenry s writing style and would read her next book whenever it comes out if it hasn t already Her writing flowed, her characters were well developed, and the plot, tho maybe not the most original, held my interest as I read this one pretty quickly.I was surprised, but happily so, that Cold Feet was just as much, if not , about the strength of female friendships and their dynamics and intricacies, the steadiness in spite of distance or disagreements, and the intimacy that can really be understood only by the closest, oldest, best of friends I loved Emma s and Liv s friendship.The one thing I didn t love was some of Emma s reactions followed by the opposite thought reaction when it can to her relationship with her fiance, Sam Some of that could be explained by her history, but there were times I felt like she should be taking things muchseriously and ACTING which I believe most people would instead of choosing non action that left me wantingin that department For someone as supposedly smart and independent as she was, I couldn t relate to Emma in many of the ways she handled issues with her fiance.In spite of that, I liked Cold Feet It was a good, solid read with both a lightness and depth that I enjoyed I got half way into this book very quickly Not because I could not stop reading this book but because the chapters are short and I am a fast reader Yet the first half of the book was not very eventful or rememberable I could not really tell you what happened in the first half of the book None of the characters were that intriguing Thus the second half of the book was not that much better Yes, I felt sorry for Emma that her parents were not loving and active in her life but I did not feel t I got half way into this book very quickly Not because I could not stop reading this book but because the chapters are short and I am a fast reader Yet the first half of the book was not very eventful or rememberable I could not really tell you what happened in the first half of the book None of the characters were that intriguing Thus the second half of the book was not that much better Yes, I felt sorry for Emma that her parents were not loving and active in her life but I did not feel the emotional connection with Emma as I was hoping and looking for So for me the story then dragged on plus the fact that none of the other characters were engaging as well Although I am interested to see what the author has in store for her next book as this book did show a slight glimmer of promise Cold Feet is not my typically loved genre contemporary women s fiction but it was surprisingly good It s got a nice balance of self deprecating humor and snark, as well as some groaner puns But mostly it s a journey of self discovery without all the cheesy Hallmark tropes that such a phrase brings to mind.Emma is believably burdened with emotional baggage, and although I couldn t relate to her quirks or the childhood that created them, her willful ignorance of her own brokenness was universa Cold Feet is not my typically loved genre contemporary women s fiction but it was surprisingly good It s got a nice balance of self deprecating humor and snark, as well as some groaner puns But mostly it s a journey of self discovery without all the cheesy Hallmark tropes that such a phrase brings to mind.Emma is believably burdened with emotional baggage, and although I couldn t relate to her quirks or the childhood that created them, her willful ignorance of her own brokenness was universal This is one of those awesome rare cases where something horrible in real life that s usually marginalized or turned into a cutesy character trait in literature is treated with respect and an eye toward the plausible Emma s reactions to events may seem at times overly dramatic, but she never comes across as self centered.I also think the ending was handled very well, and in such a way that made sense This book isn t about absolutes, or one size fits all scenarios rules It s about overcoming fear and accepting all the myriad bits of your life as valid and equal contributions to the whole