"My name is Emma. I work at a very large and famous museum, in a city that is also large and famous."
Felicity Jones would be a good choice for the role of Emma
Emma is the main character in my paranormal (vampire fiction) novella, The Viscount's Son. British actress, Felicity Jones would be perfect cast in the role as Emma – although she would require a short hair cut and light hair colour.
Emma is a book conservator whose job entails working with ancient texts. She loves history, especially the sixteenth century, and when she comes across a diary from that very era she cannot resist its mystery. Her colleague, Jack, believes the diary is a fake, but Emma is not so sure, and she embarks on a mission to translate the intriguing story told within the diary's pages on to a blog.
It all begins when Emma is drawn to the mysterious tale told in an ancient diary
When Emma goes out for a night of dancing with her good friend Amelie, she notices a handsome stranger watching her. After that night, nothing will be the same for Emma, and as her love life accelerates she begins to see strange parallels between her new romance and the diary. Emma wonders if she should stop the blog, but is it too late?
The story ends with most readers asking, 'what happened to Emma?' It is a mystery that is picked up in the sequel, The Earl's Daughter, by a new character, Michael D'Angelo. Do we learn what became of Emma? No spoilers here!
Some quotes from Emma:
"So, I have decided to translate the seemingly dark tale this little book tells, and transcribe it in this blog ... I think there is more to it than meets the eye."
"The momentary glow of his cigarette as he inhaled revealed a handsome face, framed in black silk hair, and dark eyes that looked directly at me."
"When I started this blog the intention was to simply translate and discuss the diary, but it has turned into so much more. You, my anonymous readers, are the ones to whom I can reveal all my secrets."
Begin the thrill with Emma in, The Viscount's Son