“It is a truth universally acknowledged, that—”
Elariia slammed down her pen in disgust. How many wannabe writers had attempted to equal the deceptively gentle wit of Jane Austen’s memorable opening line to Pride and Prejudice?
Young aspiring author Elariia Bowen dreams of the novel she’ll one day write, inspired, she has no doubt, by her literary heroine Miss Austen. In the ever-supportive company of her cat and “mews” Boots, she wonders if she’ll ever uncover the story she’s meant to write.
Waking one morning in a strange bed, Elariia finds herself an interloper in the mind of one of her most beloved fictional characters—Miss Jane Fairfax of Austen’s Emma! How on earth can this be? And how will Elariia’s twenty-first century mentality affect the way Jane’s story unfolds?
Join Elariia, Jane, Emma, Mr. Knightley and the entire original cast as they relive Austen’s popular plot—unaware that there is a twenty-first century feminist in their midst. This is Emma reimagined for the modern day Austen lover.
Read Dee Madore’s ‘paraquel’ The Tense Future of Miss Jane Fairfax for an entirely new Austen experience!