A fantasy retelling of Jane Austen’s Emma, in which Mr. Knightley is a fairy who rides in her pocket.
Emma Woodhouse—handsome, clever and rich—believes she knows what’s best for everyone, including her new friend Harriet Smith. The misguided Miss Smith’s heart is stuck on satyr, a species of half-horsemen who live like gypsies and smell more like their equine counterparts. This is unacceptable to Emma, who endeavors to find a proper match for her pretty friend.
As she meddles in the lives of others, Emma constantly clashes with Danavir Knightley, her fairy godfather since childhood. Mr. Knightley can see she suffers from prejudice, and he’s not afraid to let her know.