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32AA

ratings:
4/5 (30 ratings)
Length:
355 pages
5 hours
Publisher:
Released:
Oct 13, 2009
ISBN:
9780061738395
Format:
Book

Description

Meet author Michelle Cunnah and the loveable characters she creates in this young, funny tale of husband-hunting, job-hunting, and—toughest of all—apartment-hunting in New York.

A party, a promotion, and at the very least, a proposal. On her thirtieth birthday, Emma Taylor isn't asking for much. Instead, she gets passed over in every way: by her company, by her boyfriend, and even by her party-loving friends, whose idea of the perfect gift is a bottle of breast-enhancing pills.

Now, kicked out of her boyfriend's apartment and stuck working for the weenie who beat her out for the job, Emma is miserable, homeless, and sleeping in the back of her car. But who knew what a great place the streets can be for meeting gorgeous men? Emma may not have much filling up her bikini top, but she does have the determination to get back on her feet, so she moves in with sexy Jack (strictly in a landlord/tenant capacity), sticks out her chin (and her chest) and gets tough at work. Maybe flat girls can have some fun . . .

Publisher:
Released:
Oct 13, 2009
ISBN:
9780061738395
Format:
Book

About the author

Michelle Cunnah lives just outside New York City with her family, her cat, and her vast collection of vinyl records and CDs. A frequent visitor to the Outlets, she is the proud owner of approximately forty pairs of shoes. This is her first novel.


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  • (5/5)
    oh gosh I really loved this book! so emotionally true!
  • (5/5)
    I loveeeeeeee it...cant take my eyes away from the story....
  • (2/5)

    1 person found this helpful

    This is a very derivative novel. Other than the lead heroine having small breasts and being obsessed with Robert Plant, there wasn't much to distinguish this book from any of the other standard chick lit fare. All of the side characters are predictable stereotypes and everyone gets matched up with a happily ever after ending. The book's sweet and harmless and the male lead is kinda cute, but that's really all it's got going for it.

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  • (3/5)
    This is a fairly standard, by-the-numbers romantic comedy, complete with sassy gay friends (who are great for fashion tips), loyal girlfriends (who will share wine and pizza) and self-imposed emotional obstacles (that get to be faced and overcome). Nothing special, but it's well done, accomplishes what it sets out to do, and reads like a breeze.
  • (3/5)
    Having read all the great reviews of this book, I was excited to read it. At the beginning, I really noticed that I was forcing myself to read this book and thought of just putting it down and picking it up at a later date. But, I stuck with it and it got much better. I would have rated it 4 stars, but the grammar and the transitioning of sentences were poor and confusing. Hopefully the editing in her next book is better.
  • (4/5)
    A very fast read, quick-paced and witty, a brilliant chick lit book for a first novel, and in general. I loved the fact that fo a change, the character wasn't a slightly overweight self-doubting power woman in her glitzy career (even though the girl works in NY advertising. how many more times do I need to hear that? Blaaah.). Apart from that, the usual formula, but very well done.
  • (4/5)
    A very fast read, quick-paced and witty, a brilliant chick lit book for a first novel, and in general. I loved the fact that fo a change, the character wasn't a slightly overweight self-doubting power woman in her glitzy career (even though the girl works in NY advertising. how many more times do I need to hear that? Blaaah.). Apart from that, the usual formula, but very well done.