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10 thoughts on “A Tale of Two Matchmakers

  1. says:

    This is a super sweet very short story, based on Emma At the Box Hill picnic Emma sneaks off to have a break from the company and meets a fairy The fairy enjoys matchmaking just as much as Emma does, and they compare notes Emma still arrogantly believes she knows everything, and as we know, will suffer a shock in the future, but it s quite funny to read, because she thinks she knows what the fairy is talking about when in fac...


  2. says:

    This is little than a scene based on the Boxhill picnic scene in Jane Austen s Emma, but it was so cute Emma encounters a fairy and they talk about matchmaking Little does Emma know that the fairy has included Emma herself in her list of happy couples.Very sweet and appealing shorty


  3. says:

    This very short and free, on the author s website story is inspired by Jane Austen s Emma and involves a matchmaking fairy named Sylvia Sounds odd, but it was sweet, humorous, and took only a few minut...


  4. says:

    A very well written short story based on Jane Austen s Emma The last line totally made me giggle Check this out


  5. says:

    Short and sweet


  6. says:

    Alors euhhhh comment dire C est tellement court lu en 5 minutes que a va tre dur de faire une chronique d taill e Cependant, j ai trouv cette petite fan fiction franchement tout m a fait penser a tr s in character et assez amusante j aime le fait que m me l , Emma m sinterpr te mmm j invente mon propre vocabulaire, c ...


  7. says:

    This is a free short story for readers that I have available on my website


  8. says:

    Emma meets a fairy named Sylvia and tells her of three romantic matches that will come to pass


  9. says:

    Free on Austen variations.com


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