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Emma. 2

Emma, a young woman rescued from destitution and trained as a proper British maid, falls in love with William, the eldest son of a wealthy family, but their pure love may be torn apart by class differences and prejudice.

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  • "Emma, a young woman rescued from destitution and trained as a proper British maid, falls in love with William, the eldest son of a wealthy family, but their pure love may be torn apart by class differences and prejudice."
  • "Emma, a young woman rescued from destitution and trained as a proper British maid, falls in love with William, the eldest son of a wealthy family, but their pure love may be torn apart by class differences and prejudice."@en
  • ""Not wishing to cause a scandal within the Joneses' household, Emma chooses to make a clean break from her old life and takes a train to the sea. As chance would have it, Emma finds herself sharing a car with another maid, who serves at a large manor in the country. A big house bustling with servants seems an ideal place at which to move forward after losing her mistress and leaving her love back in London. Learning the precise dance of domestic service in her new environment is a welcome challenge, but how long can hard work divert Emma's mind from the longing of her heart?" --"@en
  • ""London's elite society places great importance on class differences, but William Jones does not. He regards Emma as a beautiful, charming young woman, not merely a servant. After their first real date, things seem to be going in a positive direction for them. But the leisurely pace of the growing relationship between Emma and William ends when tragedy strikes at home, forcing Emma to leave the house she shared with Mrs. Stownar. Meanwhile, when the rest of William's brothers and sisters show up, they discover their brother's budding relationship and try to bring it to a screeching halt. "--Publisher's website."
  • "In London society, class plays a major role, but William Jones sees Emma as a beautiful, charming young woman rather than as a servant. Their relationship seems to be progressing positively until a disaster at home puts an end to it."

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  • "Comic books, strips, etc"
  • "Comic books, strips, etc"@en
  • "Young adult works"
  • "Comics (Graphic works)"@en
  • "Translations"@en
  • "Graphic novels"
  • "Graphic novels"@en
  • "Tecknade serier"@sv
  • "Komiksy"@pl
  • "Manga"
  • "Manga"@sv
  • "Fiction"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Mangi"@pl

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  • "Emma v. 2"
  • "Emma. Vol. 2"
  • "Emma Bd. 2"
  • "Emma. 2"@pl
  • "Emma. 2"@en
  • "Emma. 2"@sv
  • "Emma. 2"
  • "Emma. Volume 2"
  • "Emma. Volume 2"@en
  • "Emma : eine viktorianische Liebe Bd. 2"
  • "Emma. Volume 02"
  • "Emma. [Bind] 2"@da
  • "Emma Bd. 2. / [Aus dem Japan. von Cora Hartwig und Hirofumi Yamada]"
  • "Emma / 2 / [japanista suomentanut Katariina Kauppila]"@fi
  • "Emma. Vol. 02"@en
  • "Emma. V.2"
  • "Emma. / 2"