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Also by Amanda Grange:

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Mr. Knightley's Diary
Amanda Grange

Berkley
October 2007
On Sale: October 2, 2007
Featuring: Mr. Knightley; Emma
304 pages
ISBN: 042521771X
EAN: 9780425217719
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$14.00
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Romance | Historical

Relive Jane Austen's Emma- from Mr. Knightley's point of view.

Between managing his estate and visiting his brother in London, Mr. Knightley is both exasperated and amused by his irresistibly beautiful, outrageously mischievous neighbor, Emma Woodhouse, whose misguided attempts at matchmaking are wreaking havoc in the village of Highbury.

But when a handsome newcomer arrives and catches Emma's attention, Mr. Knightley is shocked by his reaction. Amusement gives way to another emotion entirely-for his unreasonable dislike of the handsome newcomer seems suspiciously like jealousy.

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Re: Mr. Knightley's Diary

This is a very well written re-telling of Emma that makes you want to keep reading and not put the book down until you are done. This book does a great job of making you feel you understand what is going on in Mr. Knightley's mind and better understand his actions. If you don't love Mr. Knightley before you read this re-telling you will love him by the end and if you do love him already you will love him even more!
(Chelsea Knestrick 5:27pm January 6, 2013)

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