Proposal

Proposal The last place Suze Simon expects to find herself during Valentine s Day is a cemetery But that s what happens when you re a mediator cursed with the gift of communicating with the dead That s how Suz

  • Title: Proposal
  • Author: Meg Cabot
  • ISBN: 9780062473561
  • Page: 380
  • Format: ebook
  • The last place Suze Simon expects to find herself during Valentine s Day is a cemetery But that s what happens when you re a mediator cursed with the gift of communicating with the dead.That s how Suze has ended up at the graves of a pair of NCDPs Non Compliant Deceased Persons whose drama didn t end with death It s Suze s job to make sure they move on for goodhe last place Suze Simon expects to find herself during Valentine s Day is a cemetery But that s what happens when you re a mediator cursed with the gift of communicating with the dead.That s how Suze has ended up at the graves of a pair of NCDPs Non Compliant Deceased Persons whose drama didn t end with death It s Suze s job to make sure they move on for good.But the NCDPs aren t the only ones with problems The reason Suze is spending her Valentine s Day with the undead instead of her boyfriend, Jesse, is because he s having so much trouble adjusting to life after death not surprising, considering the fact that he used to be an NCDP himself, and now his girlfriend busts his former kind for a living, while he tries to cure his kind of what used to ail him.Can Suze use her mediating skills to propose a mutual resolution, and bring all these young lovers together including Jesse and herself especially on the night Saint Valentine declared sacred to romance Or will she end up alone and possibly undead herself

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  • Meg Cabot

    Librarian note AKA Jenny Carroll 1 800 Where R You series , AKA Patricia Cabot historical romance novels.Meg Cabot was born on February 1, 1967, during the Chinese astrological year of the Fire Horse, a notoriously unlucky sign Fortunately she grew up in Bloomington, Indiana, where few people were aware of the stigma of being a fire horse at least until Meg became a teenager, when she flunked freshman Algebra twice, then decided to cut her own bangs After six years as an undergrad at Indiana University, Meg moved to New York City in the middle of a sanitation worker strike to pursue a career as an illustrator, at which she failed miserably, forcing her to turn to her favorite hobby writing novels for emotional succor She worked various jobs to pay the rent, including a decade long stint as the assistant manager of a 700 bed freshmen dormitory at NYU, a position she still occasionally misses She is now the author of nearly fifty books for both adults and teens, selling fifteen million copies worldwide, many of which have been 1 New York Times bestsellers, most notably The Princess Diaries series, which is currently being published in over 38 countries, and was made into two hit movies by Disney In addition, Meg wrote the Mediator and 1 800 Where R You series on which the television series, Missing, was based , two All American Girl books, Teen Idol, Avalon High, How to Be Popular, Pants on Fire, Jinx, a series of novels written entirely in email format Boy Next Door, Boy Meets Girl, and Every Boy s Got One , a mystery series Size 12 Is Not Fat Size 14 Is Not Fat Either Big Boned , and a chick lit series called Queen of Babble Meg is now writing a new children s series called Allie Finkle s Rules for Girls Her new paranormal series, Abandon, debuts in Summer of 2011 Meg currently divides her time between Key West, Indiana, and New York City with a primary cat one eyed Henrietta , various back up cats, and her husband, who doesn t know he married a fire horse Please don t tell him Series Airhead The Princess Diaries Mediator

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  • This was a lovely short story of Suze and Jesse on thier Valentine's Day, which they agreed not to celebrate and spend time together. On that day, Suze, as a mediator, had a secret job to do at the cemetery while Jesse was at the hospital, doing his residency.But things didn't go as planned. Suze messed things up with her 'client'. Then she went back to her dorm and found that Jesse was there in her room, waiting to spend romantic time with her and had something to surprise her. (Oh wait, no, no [...]


  • Re-read 5/26/17: This novella is hella cute. Such a cute branch between the original series and the newer book. I'm still obsessed with Jesse. Always and forever tbh ❤️Original read 2/23/16: Jesse da Silva YOU SLAY ME. I missed this series so damn much. I can't even


  • After the complete disaster that I though The Princess Diaries adult installment was, I was so nervous about thisPRAISE THE GODS, FOR THIS WAS PERFECTION.They think Jesse is what Father Dominic told them he is: a “young Jesuit student who transferred to the Carmel Mission from Mexico, then lost his yearning to go into the priesthood” after meeting me. That one slays me every time.The writing is silly, childish at times, and it makes you wonder how you can be so content reading this fluffy t [...]


  • Such nostalgia! I loved reading this series with my daughter years ago. A nice little reminder of why we read it and just how fabulous the Series was and still is. Gonna grab the next ASAP!


  • December 2015: A NEW MEDIATOR BOOK???? :DApril 2017: I feel like the only positive thing I can say about this is that at least it was short and that kind of breaks my heart a little. This doesn't hold a candle to the original books in the series. :(



  • “You saw the proposal . . . now don’t miss the wedding!Suze and Jesse finally tie the knot in . . MEMBRANCE."Tempting but Sadly, Remembrance is gonna have to wait.


  • (3.5 stars) This was a little underwhelming (as most novellas are), but it's officially made me SUPER excited for Remembrance! I really hope Jesse and Suze's relationship don't take a backseat there like it did here. Ugh, Jesse. How are you still as perfect as ever? Why are you and Michael from the Princess Diaries so perfect?? Oh wait, because you two are fictional. Boo.


  • CONTENT WARNING: Contains the (possible) racial slur, "chola." It's spelled out, though the N-word later is only implied. Different people use these words, both of them antagonists. Still, two racist characters in one novella - I didn't expect that.I read the Mediator series back in my teens, and am almost 30 now. Needless to say, in regards to this series my recall is even worse than usual. How did Jesse go from a ghost to a "living" person?Anyhoo, Suze now lives with quirky housemates, whilst [...]



  • Y’all!!!! When I found out that a new Mediator book was coming out I literally cried tears of joy. I should be ashamed of that but I’m not. These books were EVERYTHING to me in middle school so to find out that Meg was writing more, ugh I can’t, I was over the moon. In this novella Suze and Jesse (swoon. I desperately want to picture Shiloh Fernandez as Jesse but my brain is rejecting it. He’s so pretty!) are now in college and based on the title you can guess what happens. What I loved [...]



  • This was a lovely addition to the series but it didn't really add anything new. I did love seeing how Jesse proposed to Suze though, it was unconventional yet funny which pretty much sums them up! Suze is in College studying to be a counsellor and living in all girls accommodation while trying to hide the fact she can see ghosts. On Valentines day she is at a cemetery trying to stop an angry ghost from drawing all the attention to himself when she realises his story is a lot more than what meets [...]


  • Meg Cabot you've done it again! You've managed to successfully update a beloved series from my childhood into something my adult self can now enjoy. I really hope that an 8th book comes out ( and 9th and 10th and 11th).


  • *4.5 stars*This was a really really good novella! I loved how it was a little bit more adult, and I really loved the way Suze and Jesse's relationship has progressed in the 4 years since the last book. It's made me SO excited to start Remembrance! This series is one of my all time favourites.


  • That's how I felt about this novella. I could see the potential, but the majority of it just felt confusing and "meh".I hope that the full-length seventh novel in this series - Remembrance - is more to my taste, just like the previous novels were.



  • ORIGINALLY POSTED: bibliomantics/2017/03/12/After devouring Meg Cabot’s Mediator series in high school, I knew I had to take a chance on her adult continuation, written 15 years after the first book’s debut. While I found Cabot’s attempts at diversity more than a little painful, it was fun to see what Suze and Jesse have been up to since saying goodbye over a decade ago.


  • *Short Review for a short book* Suze, you are an idiot, for real. Jesse deserves better than you (I have thought this throughout this series, but this book really helped me know this is true). I get that Suze has to deal with the killer ghost who wants revenge for his and his gf's deaths, but shit girl, it's fucking valentine's day. Stop ignoring your freaking boyfriend, and stop being dumb for god's sake. *sigh* Jesse please wake up soon. Also, i read this before finishing book 6, big mistake.


  • 3.5 starsI'm so happy to be back with Suze and Jesse after so many years, and I know this is just a small bonus book, but I thought it felt kind of under developed, rushed, and silly (I know a bit of the silliness is intended, but I thought it was slightly too much). I also felt kind of annoyed with Jesse and his over protectiveness. I mean, Suze has been dealing with murderous ghosts her entire life, chill. And Suze, you should have handled that ghost better!Oh well, I'm still super excited for [...]


  • Was this written by a ghostwriter? Because sorry, this isn't Meg Cabot at all- and this sure as heck isn't the Suze and Jesse I know and love. I loved seeing where the characters are all in life now and I loved meeting them until I met them. Suze seems to have abruptly regressed to an immature version of herself and Jesse has become quite very un-Jesse. Even "querida" doesn't sound the same anymore!!! Severely disappointed and really wary about Remembrance now. Fingers crossed!


  • There is something about being back in Suze and Jesse's world that I can't help but love. Maybe my fangirl-ism makes me a little bias but it was great to see part of were their lives are taking them, and how they have grown. I can see a bit of their old selves but there is a few newer (aged) pieces in there that is intriguing. Video review: youtube/watch?v=-Wv1g


  • Poslední místo, kde byste Suze Simon na Valentýna hledali, je hřbivot. Jenže tak už to bývá, když jste mediátor, prokletí tím vzácným „darem“ komunikovat s mrtvými.Přesně takhle totiž Suze skonšila u hrobu mladých lidí, jejichž drama neskončilo smrtí. Je totiž její prací dohlédnout na to, aby se konečně posunuli dál.To není ale jediný její problém, který Suze právě teď má. Sice na Valentýna „nevěří“, ale i tak by jej mnohem raději trávila ve [...]


  • Originally posted at Booklovers For Life“I'm Suze Simon,” I said. “And you thought being dead was bad? Buddy, your eternal nightmare's only just begun.”I was lucky enough to get an ARC of Remembrance, but had been saving to read it at the right time – and when better to read it than right after reading Proposal? Proposal is a novella that bridges the original Mediator books to the upcoming adult installment, and if you're a fan of the series, then you need to get your hands on Proposal [...]


  • This was a short novella, but it was so eventful! Of course, the main part that stood out to me was the actual proposal that I have been waiting for what seems like forever! I also liked how the author tricked me a bit into thinking that the title was a different kind of proposal than what I originally had in mind. Kudos to the author for changing the way that the authors spoke considering that this book takes place several years ahead of the last book. There was definitely a more mature tone an [...]


  • This was fine! Very much in the style of the original books, maybe a bit too much so, considering that the characters are adults now. But I loved the books, so I enjoyed this.(The beginning is weird, though--Suze, you should know better than to jump to conclusions!)



  • Just like every other book in this series, I was in love with this one as well <3 I can't wait to read Remembrance!!!



  • I forgot how easy these books were to read! Fun story - a tad too convenient in places- but enjoyable nonetheless


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