32AA (Emma Taylor, book 1) by Michelle Cunnah – book cover, description, publication history. Read 32AA by Michelle Cunnah by Michelle Cunnah by Michelle Cunnah for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Buy a cheap copy of 32AA book by Michelle Cunnah. Emma Taylor wanted an engagement ring and a job promotion for her thirtieth she got.
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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: 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 32aw place the streets can be for meeting gorgeous men?
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Write a customer review. Read reviews that mention chick lit michelle cunnah emma taylor come across even though main character really enjoyed friends with her as well read the book emma and her friends jack enjoyable funny adam heroine girl ending page woman hate.
Showing of 27 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. I guess I’ve lost my taste for most chick lit. No surprises here — too much time spent on brand names and boy friends, nothing much of interest in the characters or plotting to keep me interested. And the author employed one device I found really annoying.
Rather than just let the story unfold, she’d jump ahead: In fact, it pissed me off. It took me a little while to start to really read 32AA but once I started I couldn’t put it down. Emma is a totally identifiable character, I felt for her in the bad situations she was put in. I felt that the author did a fantastic job with the Emma and Adam story-I’m glad she didn’t make Emma a character who longs for her ex even though the ex is horrible, which some characters in chick-lit tend to do.
I loved the character of Jack and I couldn’t wait till the end to see how the story ended.
Right after I finished reading 32AA, I went to amazon. So if you’re looking for a light fun book to read-this is the one. One person found this helpful. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase.
I bought this book based on the Amazon reviews, and sorry ladies, but Mihelle disagree. This book is terrible – Bridget Jones without the wit, just lots of tiresome, near-hysterical whining and enthusing, along with the usual misadventures of our hapless single-girl heroine.
I like the cnunah, “Small breasted women have big hearts,” but unfortunately, this forgettable character has no depth and no originality. The hot pink cover should’ve tipped me off.
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I really enjoyed this book. This story had many ups and downs, and kept it’s energetic pace throughout the entire book. I would definitely recommend this book to my friends and I look forward to reading more of Michelle Cunnah’s novels. A rather enjoyable book, with humor. The characters come across as people instead of just names. I thought the weakest part of the story was having Jack run out of the house and come back with another girl.
Both in terms of the time involved and Jack’s reaction, this event stood out as being wrong. She wasn’t picking up Adam or some other guy. She didn’t put Jack off to spend time with a rival. Adam showed up on his own and didn’t talk that long. For Jack to have felt so threatened he ran out of his own house to pick up a girl and drink, just made no sense.
It also pretty much ruined the ending. I am always really drawn to brightly colored books sad but true and this bright pink ucnnah with the picture of the bra on it instantly drew my attention and upon closer inspection I knew I would have to read it.
Emma Taylor is a secretary for an advertising company where she does a lot of work to advance her career, hoping above all hopes that she will someday advance to the job beyond her menial one. She also is dating her boss, whom he hopes to someday convince that she is worth marrying. I know, this plot has been done before, but this book is worth reading because it has a twist.
You see Emma has small breasts!! Instead of being weight loss obsessed, she is obsessed with gaining weight, which actually to me seemed like a fresh new insight in the world of women obsessed with shedding those extra inches. Emma is also surrounded by a group of wonderful and slightly flawed, which I like friends who often times go to her for support. In a plot that seems somewhat familiar, Emma’s life goes on hiatus when she doesn’t get promoted, looses her boyfriend, and gets kicked out of her house.
Her friends give her all sorts of bad advice, which she wrongly follows, and micuelle ends up living with her youthful nemesis Jack. In a strange twist of fate Jack turns out to be nicer and sexier than she had known in the past and they begin to form a strange bond.
Cunmah is even better is that Jack fits in with her odd group of friends. Underlying the novel is Emma’s sense of failure at her lack of physical stature her Dad is a plastic surgeon which makes it even worse and her lack of faith in herself as a human being.
Her love of Robert Plant and her car make her seem more human and easy to relate to and you find yourself wishing that you could be friends with her as well. Even though you’ve read this novel before, there is still a lot to recommend this book.
The interesting sub-plots of Emma’s friends help the book along nicely. Jack is a likeable character that makes you want to find a man like him, and even her ex-boyfriend is so annoying that you can hate him along with Emma. You can sympathize with Emma for her lack of breast size or her lack of self esteem, but either way you find yourself relating to her as a character.
She sometimes makes a mess of her life but that’s what makes her story so easily readable. Overall this book was a simple read with lots of good points to recommend it. While it did not change my life in any way, it still was an enjoyable way to pass the time.
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