The Importance of Being Emma - Juliet Archer Reviews
Description:ISBN 1906931208 / Genre: Romance / Author: Juliet Archer / 416 pages / Book published 2008-12-15 by Choc Lit
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by - written on 21/04/11 (Very useful, 50 readings)
First of all I have to say that I am a fan of Jane Austen and especially like Emma and Pride & Prejudice but I also love modern romance. When I was looking on Amazon's website for a new book to read I came across The Importance of Being Emma by Juliet Archer. This book is a retelling of the novel Emma but updated to modern times. I downloaded this book to my Kindle and it is priced at £1.79 and the file size is 498KB or 416 pages. Brief Plot Description: Emma Woodhouse loves being a matchmaker and after a successful match she believes she can do it again. However this time round things don't go according to plan and Emma finds ... Read the complete review
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