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Emma and the City

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Length: 355 pages5 hours

Summary

WHEN ARROWS FLY, CUPID BETTER GET OUT OF THE WAY  . . . OR RISK BEING SHOT

It-girl and blogger Emma Worth appears to have it all: beauty, brains, connections and a fabulous Manhattan apartment. Emma makes it her business to tell others what to wear and who to date because she knows best. Obviously.

Despite her designer outfits and glitzy New York lifestyle, something's missing . . . if she only knew what it was. That is, until a hot A-lister swoops into her life and sends Emma's pulse racing and fills her head with red-carpet fantasies.

Emma's neighbor Adam Knightley is disapproving, telling her she needs to fix her priorities and stop chasing celebrity pipe dreams. The man would look hot on a red carpet himself if only he'd stop frowning for more than five seconds.

When Emma's matchmaking backfires and her meddling causes scandal, what's a girl to do? Try to lie her way out of it, of course.  Anyway, who cares, right? Because Emma's finally getting the kind of attention she deserves. Except in her fantasies, things looked a lot different. And it didn't feel this heartrendingly painful . . .

Love her or hate her, Emma is back––with a sexy makeover, 21st-century problems,  and another chance to redeem herself in this grippingly entertaining, thoroughly original retelling of the Jane Austen classic.

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