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Emma, Volume 2 by Kaoru Mori
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Emma, Volume 2

by Kaoru Mori

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The second volume of Emma sees Emma's circumstances drastically changed by the end. William Jones still has feelings for Emma, but his family is actively trying to keep them apart. William's father wants William to marry Eleanor, a young woman of their class. Emma is ready to accept that their class difference will keep them apart, but William hasn't quite given up. I'll have to continue with the series to find out if William will find a way to see Emma again.

The second volume in this series wasn't quite as enjoyable as the first volume. The art work is similar to the first volume so there were no surprises there. The new characters introduced in this volume, William's siblings, are all unlikeable. I'll read volume three since it's available from the public library. Then I'll have to decide whether to stop there or purchase the subsequent volumes to continue Emma's story. ( )
  cbl_tn | Apr 23, 2016 |
Emma is kind of a standard crossing class lines romance story. Some characters are for it and others are adamantly against it. What really makes this manga stand out are the absolutely gorgeous illustrations. They are incredibly detailed and just looking at them gives me the warm fuzzies. ( )
  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
Emma is kind of a standard crossing class lines romance story. Some characters are for it and others are adamantly against it. What really makes this manga stand out are the absolutely gorgeous illustrations. They are incredibly detailed and just looking at them gives me the warm fuzzies. ( )
  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
Emma is kind of a standard crossing class lines romance story. Some characters are for it and others are adamantly against it. What really makes this manga stand out are the absolutely gorgeous illustrations. They are incredibly detailed and just looking at them gives me the warm fuzzies. ( )
  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
Emma is kind of a standard crossing class lines romance story. Some characters are for it and others are adamantly against it. What really makes this manga stand out are the absolutely gorgeous illustrations. They are incredibly detailed and just looking at them gives me the warm fuzzies. ( )
  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
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William Jones, hijo mayor de una familia de la alta burguesía, continúa su relación con la hermosa y dulce criada Emma. Un día, William invita a Emma a visitar el Crystal Palace, donde pierden la noción del tiempo y se quedan encerrados. Tras pasar la noche allí juntos, por fin se confiesan sus sentimientos. Sin embargo, no sólo la diferencia de clases va a interponerse entre ellos; una tragedia inesperada creará un nuevo obstáculo.
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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.

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