By Michelle Cunnah
Meet writer Michelle Cunnah and the loveable characters she creates during this younger, humorous story of husband-hunting, job-hunting, and –toughest of all – apartment-hunting in New York.
A social gathering, a promoting, and no less than, a suggestion. On her 30th birthday, Emma Taylor isn’t inquiring for a lot. as a substitute, she will get omitted in each approach: via her corporation, through her boyfriend, or even by means of her party-loving associates, whose concept of the proper present is a bottle of breast-enhancing pills.
Now, kicked out of her boyfriend’s condominium and fixed operating for the weenie who beat her out for the activity, Emma is depressing, homeless, and drowsing behind her automobile. yet who knew what a great spot the streets will be for assembly beautiful males? Emma won't have a lot filling up her bikini most sensible, yet she does have the decision to come back on her ft, so she strikes in with attractive Jack (strictly in a landlord/tenant capacity), stands out her chin (and her chest) and will get difficult at paintings. might be flat ladies may have a few enjoyable …
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