Emma: A Latter-day Tale is an LDS re-telling of Emma by Jane Austen. Emma is your typical Emma, she is constantly trying to be a matchmaker with her friends and neglects her own feelings. She is frustrating at times and at others so sweet. Her flaws are what make her someone you can relate to and someone who is realistic. Justin is her best friend and a true constant in her life, yet she finds herself doubting even her trust in him. Will she help others find true love or will she make the ultimate match...her own?
I really enjoyed this novel and the LDS aspect of it is so small that I don't think someone who is not LDS would be bothered by it. It is in no way preachy, it just talks a little bit about prayer and forgiveness. The overall flow of the book is nice and it is an enjoyable read. Emma's character is what makes the book so great and entertaining! The supporting characters are all diverse and they rounded the story out beautifully. If you enjoy Austen re-tellings then Emma: A Latter-day Tale is a book you will enjoy!