Emma Ever After Emma Woodhouse knows the world loves nothing than a celebrity romance And as a rising star at Mega Management she match makes some of the biggest names in the business Who cares if it s all for show

  • Title: Emma Ever After
  • Author: Brigid Coady
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 249
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Emma Woodhouse knows the world loves nothing than a celebrity romance And, as a rising star at Mega Management, she match makes some of the biggest names in the business Who cares if it s all for show For Emma, fauxmance beats the real thing any day But Emma has a huge task ahead She needs to find fake girlfriends for every member of Breach of the Peace, the worlEmma Woodhouse knows the world loves nothing than a celebrity romance And, as a rising star at Mega Management, she match makes some of the biggest names in the business Who cares if it s all for show For Emma, fauxmance beats the real thing any day But Emma has a huge task ahead She needs to find fake girlfriends for every member of Breach of the Peace, the world s hottest new boy band Rich, talented heart throbs, they should have their pick of the ladies but, with band mates Will and Ed determined to undermine her every move, and her best mate Gee voicing disapproval about her chosen profession, Emma s carefully ordered world begins to fall apart.Is it possible that Emma doesn t know best after all

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    1. This is an Emma for today. It’s a social commentary just like the original. It’s does this beautifully through the medium of romance. I fell in love with Gee on page one and remained steadfastly in love him as he loved loved Emma despite herself as she loses herself in the fake world she creates in role of PR. The whole issue of the what is real and what is false is beautifully shown through the media management of the boy band and the manipulation of the public. Brilliant read. I loved it [...]

    2. I really enjoyed this re-imagining of Emma, set against the backdrop of a media management company. This book has a lot to say about the celebrity stories we are sold, and the media that is telling them. I loved Emma and her best friend Gee - he added a really welcome alternative perspective that made the story all the richer. The secondary characters are well developed, it was particulary great to see a couple of them from Persuading Austen make appearances.

    3. 1,5 StarsBefore starrting the actual review i have to admit that Emma is not my favorite Jane Austen book, although i enjoyed it a lot, and also that i read many retellings of Austen's books and i have no problem with the idea.That said, this book has been a total disappointment. I could have gone past the fact that Mr Knightley became Gee Knightley, ex lead singer in a boyband, or even the new version of Harriet, Elton and company, i mean of course i was not expecting a clergyman and a farmer i [...]

    4. A modern re-telling of Jane Austen’s beloved Emma set against the backdrop of a media management company and the music industry. Toughened by years of neglect and indifference from her parents, Emma relies on carefully thought out plans and schedules to realize her dreams. But sometimes, that means ignoring her true feelings and hiding behind a mask. George Knightley is her best friend and housemate. In an interesting twist to the original story, Knightley is bisexual in Emma Ever After. *Rece [...]

    5. 4.5* - great to see bi rep in a contemporary romance.If you love contemporary retellings of the classics, or are interested in how the media manipulate celebrity stories for their own gain, Brigid Coady's new novel, inspired by Austen's 'Emma', is for you.Heartwarming, witty and full of sass - Brigid Coady just gets better and better!

    6. Emma Ever After is a contemporary novel based of Jane Austen's Emma. In this version, Emma Woodhouse is a planner, a hard worker, and quite the control freak. She manages fake relationships - or fauxmances - at Mega! Management to help build the media coverage and popularity of celebrity clientele. She has a plan to stick to and refuses to deviate from that, even if she might be just a little bit completely in love with her roommate and former boyband superstar George (Gee) Knightly. While on a [...]

    7. I’m not really sure how to review this. I’ll start with the positives.Gee. I loved Gee, he was the brightest star in this book and the way he was so comfortable in his own skin was my favourite thing about the entire plot. The fact that he was so patient with Emma when she was so. Bloody. Clueless. I also enjoyed that this book tried to cope with homosexuality and bisexuality and how it is dealt with in and by the media. Unfortunately, this fell a bit flat, which brings me to the negatives.F [...]

    8. Another great re-imagining of an Austen classic from Brigid Coady. This is such a great social commentary as well and features many timely issues that we are facing today. Emma is me and my friends all rolled into one, trying to have it all and living life constantly under threat from her calendar alerts. I can recognise the characteristic in myself, the need to have success and try and do everything you can to be the best at your job. She has put her personal life on the back burner in favour o [...]

    9. I received a copy of Emma Ever After by Brigid Coady from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.I was intrigued by the summary - because a modern retelling of Emma by Jane Austen? YES, PLEASE! - and really wanted to like this novel, but the storyline could have been pulled together better and the characters better fleshed out (not so flat).

    10. I found the first half of the book irritating, and it was very disappointing that a happy ending for Will and Ed wasn’t even hinted at. I preferred persuading austen.

    11. a very light and pleasant read! this was a fun social media take on jane austen’s Emma, plus a healthy heap of fanfiction tropes. if you’re at all acquainted with fanfic, the writing in this book will seem quite familiar. i enjoyed reading this quite a lot, there are many characters not so subtly modeled after real life celebrities (who are Frankie Quick and Josh Giggleheim?? i’ll give you one guess) which i thought was hilarious honestly. i confess i have a weak spot for fauxmances in gen [...]

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