What Would Emma Do?Book Title: What Would Emma Do?
Author: Eileen Cook
# of pages: 309
Publisher: Simon Pulse (December 30, 2008)

There is no greater sin than kissing your best friend\’s boyfriend. So when Emma breaks the golden rule, she knows she\’s messed up big-time. Especially since she lives in the smallest town ere, where everyone knows everything about everyone else…and especially since she maybe kinda wants to do it again. Now her best friend isn\’t speaking to her, her best guy friend is making things totally weird, and Emma is running full speed toward social disaster. This is so not the way senior year was supposed to go.
Time to pray for a minor miracle. Or maybe, just maybe, it\’s time for Emma to stop trying to please everyone around her, and figure out what she wants for herself.

Okay, so this is a really good book. However, I don\’t think the book is really based on the back cover which I typed up ^. There\’s only a slight thing of Emma and Colin\’s kiss encounter. Now the last paragraph I think reflects the book more.

Well, everyone knows that you can\’t kiss your best friend\’s boyfriend. Colin and Emma grew up together; they lived next to each other. They knew each other for about their whole lives. Things change when they accidently kiss each other in a mall in a different town but right in front of Joann\’s mother. Woah, now what happens, well you\’ll have to read the book to know!(:

Emma\’s character is so easy to relate with, her questions of faith and herself and life. I\’ve gone though/am going through all those questions about faith. I like how she writes to God at the beginning of every chapter.

Definitely a book that you should pick up, and at least try to read if you don\’t think you would like it.

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