In Knot the One, Stacey Becker shares her story of getting dumped right before her wedding and how it became one of life's greatest fortuitous nightmares.
While working as a lawyer in DC, Stacey turned to online dating after finding it increasingly difficult to meet people the "normal" way. So, she felt fortunate when she met Brad and formed an immediate connection with him after dating for only a short while. It was a whirlwind relationship that led to an engagement but ultimately ended in an exhausting breakup not long before their wedding day.
Dumped and heartbroken, Stacey must untangle herself from the mess of a canceled wedding, a confused ex-fiancé roommate, and the shattered promise of happily ever after. With the help of her loving, quirky family and close friends, Stacey starts to reassemble her new life as a single woman. Her dip back into the dating pool is entertaining, cringe worthy, and told through an honest lens of someone searching for her true life partner. Knot the One is a roller-coaster ride of a memoir written in Stacey's sharp and witty voice, with nostalgic flashbacks to her summers spent at camp, which would turn out to be a very important place for the fate of Stacey's romantic future.
What did you like best about Knot the One? What did you like least?
"Not great ;but for the price and little commitment I relented. Wish I did not wasted a credit , she seemed whiny, and a bit spoiled. I thought she came across selfish and hard to please. I agree she had some personal hardships that would contribute to her overall attitude but even still she cant blame him for wanting to leave."
What do you think your next listen will be?
something a bit more interesting
Which character – as performed by Vanessa DeSilvio – was your favorite?
narrator had a pleasant voice
If this book were a movie would you go see it?