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by Emma Gold

eBook Easy (Strapless) ePub
Author: Emma Gold
Language: English
ISBN: 0758203888
ISBN13: 978-0758203885
Publisher: Kensington; 1st Thus. edition (April 1, 2003)
Pages: 288
Category: Short Stories & Anthologies
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 300
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ePub file: 1398 kb
Fb2 file: 1688 kb

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Celine lost the strapless bra she wore underneath her white and blue shimmery gown in the fall. The beauty queen quickly picked herself up and continued with her walk around the stage after her tumble. In the clip, poor Celine can be seen tripping on a step and landing on her knees, but springs back up in an instant, composing herself.

Kensington Publishing Corporation, Mar 1, 2003 - Fiction - 282 pages. It's easier than sitting in a darkened room, totaling up a number larger than the gross national product, halving it and dividing by five just to save face

Kensington Publishing Corporation, Mar 1, 2003 - Fiction - 282 pages. 1. There is absolutely no reason to try to make a relationship work with a man your family adores but whose seduction techniques bore you horizontal. It's easier than sitting in a darkened room, totaling up a number larger than the gross national product, halving it and dividing by five just to save face. 3. If premature ejaculation isn't included under the definition of mitigating circumstances for manslaughter, it bloody well should be. 4. There are no straight men on the planet whose sexual fantasy doesn't involve lesbian action.

I picked up this book because I needed an easy read for a plane ride

I picked up this book because I needed an easy read for a plane ride. Ultimately, I needed to the invoke the "life is too short to read truly bad books rule"and could not finish it. The book is trying to hard to recreate the Bridget Jones, or even Sex in The City magic but fails miserably. I'm no prude and will read well done romance, erotica, et. but this book was poorly executed. The partying, the sex, the drugs all seemed calculated to shock, rather than play a role in the story.

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Good Condition: A book that has been read, but is in good condition. Minimal damage to the book cover eg. scuff marks, but no holes or tears. If this is a hard cover, the dust jacket may be missing. Binding has minimal wear. The majority of pages are undamaged with some creasing or tearing, and pencil underlining of text, but this is minimal. No highlighting of text, no writing in the margins, and no missing pages.

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I have waited this long for Mr Right to turn up and I'm not about to start dropping standards.

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A first-person tale of a young woman's quest for Mr. Right and all that can go wrong on the search for the perfect sexual relationship.
This book is about the difficulties and ups and downs of finding the perfect man. Man after man and relationship after relationship, this book is sometimes hard to follow. The narrator goes from story to story both in the past and present and it's hard to figure a place on timeline of her life you're reading about. She bounces between stories of the men in her life and refers to different events. It's an entertaining book but nothing to really get into, there's no real plot other than stories of relationships gone wrong. The end of the book wraps up with a happy ending in all of a paragraph and a half.
Though she desperately wants a permanent man in her life to avoid the stigmatism of spinster, Moi has high standards. Her previous relationships can be categorized as failures, losers, or some combo much worse. None of these so-called chick magnets measured up to Moi's simple six rules though she admits some did attain a few of her criteria.
Still, in spite a failure rate that would send most heterosexual females into shock therapy or abstinence the optimistic Moi keeps searching like some energized bunny. Is her latest date the one with the right dual head construction or another dud? Come ye faithful and enter Moi's bedroom so she can expose the feminine mystique to her sisters and bare the shortcomings of that pathetic other gender.
This novel is easily an outrageous satirical chick lit tale that exposes the female strategic and battle plans in the devastating war of the sexes. The leave no male prisoner untested story line never turns serious so that readers will laugh a lot while saying Moi I am. Not for everyone as there is plenty of profanity; but what can one expect from a bedroom philosopher and legal giantess who insists size matters and a valid manslaughter defense by a woman should include death due to premature ejaculation. EASY takes the gold when it comes to ironic humor that masticates the genders.
Harriet Klausner
Freaky Hook
I picked up my copy of 'Easy' in a discount bookstore in Edinburgh in October, and am now disappointed for other readers that it is out of print! Gold's decidedly autobiographical tale of her journey to find 'the one' is both incredibly hillarious and at times painfully tragic; there is drama-a-plenty in this woman's life to be certain! I laughed out loud until I had tears in my eyes on several ocassions. At the onset I felt the book might be entertaining but lack substance...I was wrong...although it does become repetitive at times. This is a story better left untold in terms of its lessons...better that you simply make the journey yourself with her. And if, like myself, you've learned these lessons already you will nonetheless be well entertained!
I struggled to read Easy last summer and I hated it. The main character just seemed too desperate and I didn't like her at all.Comparing this book to Jemima J and Bridget Jones is completely wrong because Jemima J and Bridget Jones were both likeable, funny characters and Easy had none of that. I recommend that you skip this book and read a Sophie Kinsella, Jane Green, or Helen Fielding book instead.
I love a good chick lit book--I'm on a first name basis with Bridget, Jemima and Becky, but the nameless chick of Easy is someone I wouldn't want to be around. The book is funny, but the character spends the entire book talking about sex and pot. Her constant approach to finding a man based on the size of his package is funny at first, but sad and pathetic in the end. I felt like there wasn't really a whole lot of plot to pull me into this self-absorbed, sexually promiscuous and chemically altered world.
I really loved this book. It is the perfect summer girls trip book. Just racy enough and honestly real. I was giggling out loud while reading this. Love it!!
I usually read science fiction, but wanted something else to read on my cruise. So I picked up Emma Gold's books "Easy" and "Hard." I loved them. They are the perfect books to read when you don't want anything to bother you and when you want to live in someone elses world.
C'est magnifique!!! Emma Gold's brilliant, fascinating new novel "Easy', takes you deep into the mind (and other places) of a woman who feels every fibre of her highly intelligent, sensual being. Nature will out! She may not be aware of it, but I think she's the modern existentialist. Perhaps after writing this book, she'll purge herself of her debilitating needs for the opposite sex, and treat them as just mere playthings to satiate her libinous desires. Animal is as animal does. Emma sucks them up and blows them out in bubbles...POP! And that is more than they deserve! Hey Emma, GO GIRL GO!
C. Ousin, CT
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