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Hing they want is to face each other But when Emma’s sister goes into labor and they’re the babysitters for the weekend they’ll have to set aside their pride and undeniable chemistry to tackle diaper duty togetherA modern take on Jane Austen's Emma with all the characters you know and lo. Do you ever feel sad as you finish your book wishing that it would just continue on and on This is exactly how I felt as this book came to a close I felt impatient through the whole book for Mr Knightley and Emma to finally come together but I just hated to see their story endThis was probably the best Emma adaptation that I have ever read Definitely one of the best Austin adaptations It fits so perfectly with modern times yet still kept true to the heart of the original story Well doneI have the e book through and I also received an audiobook review copy of this book through audiobookscom and really enjoyed how the narrator portrayed this book

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Emma the MatchmakerEmma Woodhouse is happily single though that’s never stopped her from making matches for others Her best friend George Knightley thinks it’s a sure way to trouble but what’s wrong with giving romance a little nudgeGeorge has been fighting his feelings for Emma for years but with families. I know some people don't like modernizations but this rendering of Jane Austen's Emma shouldn't be dismissed The parallels are unmistakable the alterations make sense in a contemporary rom com and there's enough variation to keep the reader wondering exactly how the plot will unfoldEmma Woodhouse is a fashion consultant who lives with her beloved but demanding elderly grandfather George Knightley is a close longtime family friend whose brother John is married to Emma's sister Isabella Emma and George are each aware of their attraction to each other but neither will pursue it or even mention it to the other for fear of destroying the warm comfortable relationship they currently have The story begins with the wedding of Mr Woodhouse's nurse Taylor Emma gives herself the credit for having gotten Taylor and her new husband West together and therefore decides she's going to look for matchmaking opportunities She hires Harriet Smith to replace Taylor as her graddad's nurse Emma prods her to examine her relationship with her long distance boyfriend Martin and once Harriet breaks up with him does her best to instigate a romantic relationship between Harriet and Elton a neighbor George works as a physician assistant at a retirement community where Betty Bates and her mother live Betty's niece Jane moves in with them and ends up working in George's office as a receptionist A friend of Jane's Finn Churchill shows up shortly afterward to visit his father in the area for two weeksThere are so many sweet scenes here Love Emma and George watching reality TV together and later in the book babysitting for their small whirlwind of a nephew Johnny Also love the setup for a murder mystery dinner party Emma decides to hostMs John demonstrates a mastery of writing natural sounding dialogue and creating believable characters here Betty Bates' characterization is especially wonderful and I actually found this Emma likable than Jane Austen's Content is clean Highly recommend

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Emma the Matchmaker Summary Ò 104 · Emma Woodhouse is happily single though that’s never stopped her from making matches for others Her best friend George Knightley thinks it’s a sure way to trouble but what’s wrong with giving romance a little nudgeGeorge has been fighting his feelings for Emma for years but with families so closely intertwSo closely intertwined rocking the friendship boat would complicate than just their relationship He won’t do that to her or ask why she keeps cuddling up next to him on the couch to watch their favorite show at nightWhen a matchmaking scheme gone wrong drives a wedge between them the last t. Jane Austen knew no one would like Emma when they started to read her book She knew it But she wrote Emma anyway For two hundred years Emma has been a difficult character for people to love no matter what her retelling But Rachel John has done something amazing I loved Emma from the first page She did a fantastic job of transposing the 19th century story into the 21st century Emma is confident strong kind if slightly misguided And the Knightly character is wonderful Their chemistry is perfect too I loved this story