Emma's Match (Austen Inspirations Book 3)

Emma s Match Austen Inspirations Book Emma Wallace has a plan up her sleeve to save her struggling design business but not a clue what do to about the man who has her heart Stealing a kiss from Will Knight years ago ended in an embarrass

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  • Title: Emma's Match (Austen Inspirations Book 3)
  • Author: Franky A. Brown
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 184
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Emma Wallace has a plan up her sleeve to save her struggling design business, but not a clue what do to about the man who has her heart Stealing a kiss from Will Knight years ago ended in an embarrassment she didn t want to repeat But when a popular new designer in town starts taking her clients and has eyes on Will, too, Emma decides it s time to fight for what she wantEmma Wallace has a plan up her sleeve to save her struggling design business, but not a clue what do to about the man who has her heart Stealing a kiss from Will Knight years ago ended in an embarrassment she didn t want to repeat But when a popular new designer in town starts taking her clients and has eyes on Will, too, Emma decides it s time to fight for what she wants The perfectly irritating designer she wants to shove into a hole isn t the only one who can be down to earth and likeable After all, Emma s never failed at anythingexcept walking the line between friendship and love Crossing it again could mean losing Will s friendship for good.

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    1. 2.5/5.0A modern retelling of Austen’s “Emma”, this third book in the “Austen’s Inspirations” series gives Emma a job as an interior designer and Will at an investment firm. Read full review in the 2016 December issue of InD'tale Magazine.

    2. Funny Emma!What a great story! What made it so was Emma, the main character. She was so funny and her antics were hilarious! Her love for Will was kept hidden by her insistence that he was her best friend. After a few surprise kisses, that love was revealing itself in her actions, sometimes due to her jealousy. Will always had feelings for her but had to push them aside because of her constant revelations that love and marriage weren’t for her. This is a must read!

    3. MisunderstandingsAnother cute and funny book that will keep you entertained from beginning to end. This whole series is a must read.

    4. I must admit I’m partial to southern authors, as I’m a NC boy myself. Franky A. Brown did a great job of creating a fun light read for all. Great Job on Emma’s Match, I enjoyed the read.

    5. For some people it doesn’t matter how hard you try, sometimes you just can’t do anything right. Poor, irrepressible Emma Wallace, she cannot seem to catch a break. She tries so hard to not disappoint or hurt others. “I’m turning into my mother. She failed at everything from self-control to being a wife and mother.” With Emma’s business on the brink of failure, Emma tries one last ditch effort, the Southern Home Design Contest. Well-meaning friends and associates seem to sabotage Emma [...]

    6. Oh EmmaI have always been one to shake my head at Jane Austen's Emma. I did the same with Ms. Brown 's , but with a smile on my face. I enjoy these retellings, especially when I am in need of something different to read.

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