Mark Knightley is used to women falling at his feet, except Emma Woodhouse- she's like part of the family. But Emma's grown into an attractive young woman, full of ideas for modernising her family business, and when Mark gets involved the sparks begin to fly. Although he's seeing her through totally new eyes, Emma remains immune to his charm. She's never forgotten the embarrassing moment when he discovered her teenage crush on him. He's still pouring scorn on all her projects, especially her campaign to find Mr Right for her ditzy PA. Anyway she only has eyes for the mysterious Flynn Churchill...
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Hmmm, nice, but very cliché
Some bits in the plot just are not plausible: Emma thinking of Mark falling for Harriet or the hidden affair between Churchill and Jane Fairfax doesn't make sense in this modern narration.
All in all very romantic and nice characters.
Female speaker does a very good and calm job, without overdoing it, even the male characters sound rather natural.
The male narrator is just overdoing it: his voice modulation seems completely unnatural and his female voices all sound like very ridiculous and superfluousficial characters.