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I love, love, loved this book. It was so much fun from the very beginning. I really enjoyed going on Jane with her journey to find love. There were some laugh out loud moments, some cringe worthy moments and some sighing with happiness moments as she stumbles through different "suitors" who just so happen to have similar characteristics to heroes and villains from Jane Austen's novels.
I lost sleep to stay up and read this book but it was totally worth it. The only other book I have read by this author was Prank Wars and I enjoyed this one much more because I feel like the author has grown and this book was much, much less confusing.
Some of the story was predictable but there were some twists and turns I didn't see coming. If you enjoy authors who modernize Jane Austen stories I HIGHLY recommend this one. I'm so glad I happened to see the author tweet she had a new book out or I may have missed out on this FANTASTIC story.
I'm so sad it's over.
I gave it 4.5 instead of the full 5 because I wish she wouldn't have called what was happening a curse but more of a coincidence. Had a character in the story not explained it that way I may have stopped reading.
If you liked this I recommend My Own Mr. Darcy
I'm really not sure how to summarize this one since there is so much going on. Suffice to say, it was a hodge-podge of scenes and situations with the main theme being a clash of ideals. Jane promotes romance as the end all be all of life, but unfortunately the young guy, Austen, she is crushing on sees her as friend material- time stamped summer friend material in that 'fun while it lasted' type of situation. Austen leaves to pursue a career on the other side of the country without a backward glance and Jane is left bewildered and disillusioned a bit.
Fast forward six months and now the hotel is hosting the wedding for Jane's friend, Taylor, and British wealthy businessman, Chuck Bigley. The staff and Jane are working feverishly to have things set up, Austen returns out of the blue to help his parents by doing the books for the hotel and gets roped into helping with the wedding, and finally the guests start to arrive. And, then it begins...
Jane is left racing around putting out fires, dealing with quirky guests and impossible situations all the while arguing with Austen over their opinions of romance and learning in tough ways that maybe Austen has a point about her idea of romance are best left to the books and movies.Read more ›
All of Stephanie's books are great so be sure to check them out!
This book was hilarious and adorable. It has quirky but likable characters, who don't always make the stupid choice just because it will add drama to the book (a pet peeve of mine with a lot of romance novels). Fun Jane Austen references are scattered all over the place.
More than anything, though, I love Fowers' sense of comedic and romantic timing. I've read several of her books, and she consistently manages to make me laugh aloud.
This book wasn't life-changing for me, which is why I give it 4.5 stars instead of 5, but I definitely recommend it to any of my friends who like romantic comedy. It's a step above most of the romance fare I've read in the last couple of years.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Boy, this story kept me guessing till the end. There was so much going on, it kept my interest and I could not put it down. I loved seeing so many of Jane Austen's characters.Published 10 days ago by D. M. Suto
The reviews on this book were good and the synopsis sounded cute. Unfortunately, I didn't enjoy it. I probably wouldn't have even finished it if not for the fact that I paid for... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Amazon Customer
I devoured it in 24 hours. I was SO appreciative to get my hands on a good romance that didn't have any explicitly uncomfortable scenes. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sydney Scrogham
Very good book, I have enjoyed all of Stephanie's books. They are very entertaining and hard to put down. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Andy
Having a knowledge of Jane Austen's books helps to bring the many characters in "Jane and Austen" to life in your mind's eye. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Not now...I'm reading
Good read with a few interesting situations. Recommended for all ages.Published 5 months ago by crs
I enjoyed the book. It was fun comparing the characters to those in the original Austen novels. A fun read.Published 6 months ago by Jen
A mildly funny romp through several of the Austen books characters. Plotting was fun, along with who ended up with who but I could not STAND the Austen character, too mean and the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Victoria C Leo
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