Joined at the Hip

Joined at the Hip Molly Kaminski is a strong willed till girl working the late shift Jamie Jenson is an impulsive hot headed thief in need of money Their paths are about to cross in a way they could never have antici

  • Title: Joined at the Hip
  • Author: Natasha West
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 393
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Molly Kaminski is a strong willed till girl, working the late shift Jamie Jenson is an impulsive, hot headed thief in need of money Their paths are about to cross in a way they could never have anticipated When Jamie tries to rob the mini mart where Molly works, she doesn t expect an argument Not with a gun in her hand But that s exactly what she gets Molly, at the eMolly Kaminski is a strong willed till girl, working the late shift Jamie Jenson is an impulsive, hot headed thief in need of money Their paths are about to cross in a way they could never have anticipated When Jamie tries to rob the mini mart where Molly works, she doesn t expect an argument Not with a gun in her hand But that s exactly what she gets Molly, at the end of a very long work day, has no patience for a hold up and instead of giving her aspiring robber the contents of the till, gives her the business end of her temper instead Both as bull headed as each other, it becomes a standoff, with neither willing to back down And then, just when both of them think the night couldn t possibly get any worse What do you know There s always further to plummet Because there s someone else in the shop, Henry O Donnell, a teenager with a crippling crush on Molly And when he interferes with the robbery, thinking he ll save his one true love and be hailed a hero, he accidentally does something quite different Something he didn t know he could do He curses Molly and Jamie to be stuck together, attached by an invisible force Forever Unbeknownst to Henry, he carries a magical gift passed down the family tree And now Molly and Jamie, two people who were five minutes from killing each other, are doomed to stay together until defective Harry Potter can figure out how to undo his dodgy hex Which is harder than it looks But if Molly and Jamie can just stop arguing for two minutes, maybe they could find a solution As well as something else What if all the anger between them translates into another kind of passion altogether Joined at the Hip is a fun romantic comedy with a dash of magical realism Or, as the author would prefer to call it magical sarcasm.

    One thought on “Joined at the Hip”

    1. Ok read! hold up and pump the brakes before giving this book 5 stars.s not even close.n't know why i get fooled by all these hype/rave reviews. The storyline just did not do it for me plus i really could not get attach to any of the characters

    2. This is another rom-com from Natasha West and, though fun, I don't think it's her best. The two leads are both established pretty well and I was engaged with the story from page one. My main gripe is that Molly and Jaime spend most of their time having animosity or tolerance towards each other before transitioning to something more but then that something more isn't developed much by the time the story ends. I think some time developing that intimacy once the walls came down would've helped the [...]

    3. _Joined at the Hip_ is a totally, totally goofy read and should not work at all, but somehow does. If I had read it in on the "wrong" day or in another kind of mood, I might not have liked it. I much prefer it to _Marriage of Connivance_ which I found to be full of immature characters and containing a major plot device that is just too juvenile for me (grown women in their 30s resorting to very petty acts of revenge just does not grab me.) Here, however, the author's tendency towards the wild an [...]

    4. Another unlikely comedic farce by Natasha West. You have to give it to her she's very good at creating over the top, funny and hilarious situations as well as characters. How do you get two total strangers, who take an instant dislike to each other, to stay together so that bickering turns into attraction? You take a messed up armed assault, a teenage crush and an unsuspecting Harry Potter Ersatz and TADAAA - joined at the hip.Now, you have to hand it to her, this is not the worst idea, albeit a [...]

    5. Prepare to smileAh, such a wonderfully comedic farce wrapped around several coming of age stories. Incompetent crooks, an overly appeasing woman who has had enough, unrequited teenage love, a touch of magic, and a road trip from hell. The core romance is almost incidental to the characters need to grow into people who can love. Will definitely be checking out other works by the author.

    6. This was cute!This was a very cute story. I started reading this and at first I was like, "Really?" Then the more I read the more the characters grew on me. The story was fun and the interactions between the characters was fun and kept me laughing and enjoying the story. Very good and worth my time.

    7. Fun and easy read with a twistThis is another light, fun and totally addictive read. The plot is a bit more unusual which drew me to the book and it added a layer of extra interest and intrigue to the story.

    8. Joined at the Hip — Natasha West (22 chapters) May 28, 2017Disclaimer: This is a girl on girl romance. Though, you don’t need to be a lesbian to enjoy this, that’s just a sub-story.Note: I didn't bookshelf this as lesbian, even if there are lesbian characters, and maybe a romance. This book felt a lot more about relationships.Every once in awhile a very charming, quirky book lands on my lap and I get the opportunity to read it. This book definitely fits this bill. This was very enjoyable f [...]

    9. This was so hilarious, had me laughing out loud multiple times. Pretty easy read, just needs a bit tinkering but it's a solid story. I love the romance too and Molly's ponytail.

    10. FunUnrealistic, but who wants realismt me. I loved the characters , but I thought the ending was rushed a bit. I thought there would be something more at the end, but I was disappointed. However, it was a solid four stars.

    11. The author is trying way too hard to be funny, and it's really hard to understand what's going on most of the time, because she randomly switches POVs every other paragraph.

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