Emma and the Vampires by Wayne Josephson
(Jane Austen Undead Novels)

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What better place than pale England to hide a secret society of gentlemen vampires?

In this hilarious retelling of Jane Austen's Emma, screenwriter Wayne Josephson casts Mr. Knightley as one of the most handsome and noble of the gentlemen village vampires. Blithely unaware of their presence, Emma, who imagines she has a special gift for matchmaking, attempts to arrange the affairs of her social circle with delightfully disastrous results. But when her dear friend Harriet Smith declares her love for Mr. Knightley, Emma realizes she's the one who wants to stay up all night with him. Fortunately, Mr. Knightley has been hiding a secret deep within his unbeating heart-his (literal) undying love for her... A brilliant mash-up of Jane Austen and the undead.


About Wayne Josephson

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Wayne Josephson received his BA from Emory University and his MBA from Wharton. After twenty years on Wall Street, he decided to pursue his long-delayed desire to write, becoming a successful screenwriter. "Emma and the Vampires "is his first novel. He resides with his wife and three children in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Published June 9, 2010 by Sourcebooks Landmark. 304 pages
Genres: History, Self Help, Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Parenting & Relationships. Fiction

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The women in Jane Austen’s Emma were smart creatures aware of things going on around them, for the most part, where as the women of Emma and the Vampires are portrayed as being incredibly dense to things around them.

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