What if Emma Woodhouse, Jane Austen's most tenacious character, arrives in Meryton to visit her Bingley cousins and determines to perform a little match making?
Emma has a fortnight to meet her promise - three matches for her three friends, Elizabeth, Jane, and Charlotte. What could possibly go wrong? What could possibly go right? Take a full cup of humor; add a sprinkling of angst and stir. Bake for a fortnight, and presto: three happy endings, or maybe even four? This is a full length Darcy and Elizabeth Regency novel. I hope you enjoy it!
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An interesting variation of pride and prejudice
I really liked the narrator of this book. Her voice suited this sort of storyline. She also gave each character there own voice.
This is an interesting variation because the author brings in Emma from Jane Austins book Emma. She tries to do some matchmaking which don't go to plan.
The reason I gave it three stars is because the characters go to Emma for advise or listen to her advise about getting the person they desire. I could understand Mr Collins listening to Emma but Mr D'Arcy! I find that hard to believe. He makes his own mind about things and doesn't really listen to others. However it is still a good read and I shall read other books written by this author.
I would recommend this to all ages since there is no bad language, sexual content or violence.
I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.