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This book came in the mail yesterday and I stayed up quite late to finish it. I had to see if and how Emily would finally get her man (Fang, of course!) . I'm so glad to hear Katie Maxwell has decided to write a fifth book for this series

This book came in the mail yesterday and I stayed up quite late to finish it. I had to see if and how Emily would finally get her man (Fang, of course!) I knew early in the first book that Fang was the sweetest guy she'd ever have the good fortune to meet, and I'm glad Emily finally figured that out, too. I liked that even though Devon wanted to date Emily, he was honest and told her how Fang felt about he. I'm so glad to hear Katie Maxwell has decided to write a fifth book for this series. I want to see how Emily gets through her senior year and I hope she stays close with all her English friends. Fans of this series won't be disappointed!

Katie Maxwell is a pseudonym of Katie MacAlister Two years after she started writing novels, Katie sold her first romance, Noble Intentions

Katie Maxwell is a pseudonym of Katie MacAlister. Katie MacAlister is a Seattle-area author of fiction and non-fiction. Her most popular titles are historical, contemporary, and paranormal romance. Two years after she started writing novels, Katie sold her first romance, Noble Intentions. She also writes for the young adult audience as Katie Maxwell.

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. dream job at a museum turns into a nightmare, and even the epic reenactment of the Helm’s Deep battle scene from the film The Two Towers (complete with swords, fake blood, and water balloons) goes awry. Not even seances to contact the spirit she’s convinced haunts her underwear drawer can cheer her up as she readies herself to face the bittersweet move back to Seattle.

I used to think all I wanted was to have a normal life

I used to think all I wanted was to have a normal life. You know, where I could be one of the crowd and blend in, so no one would know just how different I am. But now I'm stuck in the middle of Hungary with my mom, working for a traveling fair with my ps. They Wear WHAT Under Their Kilts? (Emily, by Katie Maxwell · Katie MacAlister. Subject: Emily’s Glossary for People Who Haven’t Been to ScotlandFrom: : about: running around doing nothing.

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I'm so glad to hear Katie Maxwell has decided to write a fifth book for this series.

As Emily prepares to move back to the states she has one last opportunity to win over the hottie of her dreams. Female readers will find the plot of THE TAMING OF THE DRU absolutely perfect, as we all experience a time of unhappiness when we are forced to move from a place that we call home. Especially if we are leaving a guy who we truly like. Fans of this series won't be disappointed!

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Katie MacAlister (born 1964) is a Seattle-area author of fiction and non-fiction. Her most popular titles are historical, contemporary, and paranormal romance

Katie MacAlister (born 1964) is a Seattle-area author of fiction and non-fiction. She also writes young-adult books under the pseudonym Katie Maxwell and mysteries under the pseudonym Kate Marsh. MacAlister's contemporary and historical books frequently feature Anglophile, flawed heroines who are tall, Rubenesque, klutzy, or divorced. Their male counterparts are typically men who have had something happen in their past.

A brilliant debut by Katie Maxwell in the Young Adult Forum. Fans of The Princess Diaries and other well written teen books will cheer this new entry to the scene. Girls will laugh, sigh and squeal aloud as they embark upon Emily's journey.

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Comments: (7)

Rainpick
This book came in the mail yesterday and I stayed up quite late to finish it. I had to see if and how Emily would finally get her man (Fang, of course!) I knew early in the first book that Fang was the sweetest guy she'd ever have the good fortune to meet, and I'm glad Emily finally figured that out, too. I liked that even though Devon wanted to date Emily, he was honest and told her how Fang felt about her. She sometimes needs help seeing what everyone else sees. I think every girl needs friends like Devon and Fang. It's a shame that Devon isn't in England for this whole book, but at least his presence is felt via his steady, supportive e-mails. Holly and Dru are also around offering advice and unconditional friendship. Fang is as great as he always was, and if Emily ever decides she doesn't want him anymore, I'll take him!

After having just finished some adult books while waiting for this book to be released, I forgot how funny and typical teenager-like Emily is. I love how she thinks she's so grown up and even likes to counsel her shyer friend Hope about men. But we the readers see Emily make silly, impulsive decisions that get her into trouble time after time. This book has Emily working in a less-than-ideal museum job, and the destruction that follows in her wake is amusing, as always. I think she's done some maturing since she arrived in England, and I can't wait to see how she turns out. I'm so glad to hear Katie Maxwell has decided to write a fifth book for this series. I want to see how Emily gets through her senior year and I hope she stays close with all her English friends. Fans of this series won't be disappointed!
Xanna
As an adult reader, I enjoy reading Katie Macalister's adult novels. I found out through our local library she wrote young adult novels under the pen name Katie Maxwell. I decided to buy all the books I could and sent them on to the teenage nieces in our family to read. This was one of the novels I sent and yes, I read it before sending. It was a great read for ages 15-17, I don't recommend sending for younger than 15 there are some drinking and references to sexual encounters in some of her novels. But hey, to each their own.
Dreladred
This whole series of books are great for older teenagers or adults. Half the time I'm laughing out loud while I'm reading (and have to stop to wipe my eyes even). She is a great writer, and always has morals, and hilarious happenings in this series (and in other series of hers that I've read). As long as she keeps writing, I'll keep buying and reading her books.
Urtte
I LOL through the whole book! Emily is hilarious! I have thoroughly enjoyed her adventures thus far. If you're looking for some fluffy fun escapism, here ya go!
Hirah
I read these books in high school and I loved them so very much.
Fonceiah
An enjoyable read. I own these books and remember how much I looked forward to each installment.
Mopimicr
Good condition
Is is another book in the Emily Series. Dru comes and visits in England and they get into all kinds of trouble. This is another great book by Katie Maxwell!
The Taming Of The Dru download epub
Literature & Fiction
Author: Katie Maxwell
ISBN: 0843952989
Category: Teen & Young Adult
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Dorchester Pub Co Inc (August 1, 2004)
Pages: 194 pages