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Emily Ever After

Written by Anne Dayton and May Vanderbilt

Emily Ever After
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Category: Fiction - Christian - Romance; Fiction - Romance - Contemporary; Fiction - Contemporary Women
Imprint: WaterBrook Press
Format: Trade Paperback
Pub Date: June 2005
Price: $11.95
Can. Price: $16.95
ISBN: 978-1-4000-7042-8 (1-4000-7042-2)
Pages: 320
Also available as an eBook and a trade paperback.



 
A young woman heads to the city for her dream job as New York editor in this contemporary retelling of the story of Esther.

When Emily Hinton, a quirky and quick-witted Southern California girl, lands a job at the world-famous publishing house Morrow & Sons, she decides that she is moving to New York to find love and Louis Vuitton, no matter what her friends and family think.

Once in the city, however, Emily finds that in the highly secular world of a young Manhattanite, it’s anything but easy to balance her passion for New York’s glitz and glamour with her determination to live out her faith.

Eventually, the crisis comes to a head when Emily takes a stand for her faith, risking in the process her beloved job. Readers of CBA fiction, as well as general audience readers of contemporary women’s fiction like Bridget Jones’s Diary, will enjoy watching Emily trade in her Nikes for Prada in this funny and fabulous, modern retelling of the story of Esther.



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WINNER - School Library Journal Adult Books for Young Adults





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