The Opposite of Love - Julie Buxbaum Reviews
Description:ISBN 055381883X / Genre: Fiction / Author: Julie Buxbaum / Paperback / 384 Pages / Book is published 2009-04-23 by Bantam Books
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When feisty and successful Manhattan attorney Emily Haxby ends he ...
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Upon first glance of the story and the characters within, you could assume that this book is the usual "chick lit" nonsense about a girl trying to save her love life, family and career. Emily Haxby is a 29 year old lawyer in Manhattan who on the surface appears to have everything; a successful job, a devoted doctor boyfriend in Andrew and good friends. However, from the start, it is clear that Emily is on the verge of a melt down! Andrew is about to propose and Emily believes it is the last thing that she needs whilst her job goes from bad to worse when she is given the task of helping out on a case that everyone in the office dreads and with a letchy boss. Read the complete review
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