Janet Mullany has been touted as the witty love child of Jane Austen and Lord Byron for good reason.
I am most certainly adding Ms. Mullany to my list of "must read" authors and look forward with anticipation to what literary delicacy she can offer us next.
So what will Jane do to still keep the passion for her writing and what place can give her love and reassurance to pursue her true self?
Jane Austen is attending a dance with her sister and friends when she meets... not Mr. Darcy but a vampire. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Moon Cat
For lovers of Georgette Heyer and Jane Austen, this was a very enjoyable way to spend a Saturday, escaping into the pages of Regency Bath into a world where the social and moral... Read morePublished 16 months ago by MG
The year is 1797 and in one flirtatious moment Jane Austen goes from being mortal to becoming one of the "Damned" when she is bitten by a stranger, a Mr Smith. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Bella McGuire
The idea of this book is what if Jane Austen existed in a world where vampires existed among humans. Read morePublished on December 13, 2011 by Amazon Customer
I love Jane Austen. I also love Twilight, The Mortal Instrument series, and even Anne Rice. But Jane Austen and vampires should never mash-up. Blasphemy! Read morePublished on June 4, 2011 by Christina Boyd @xtnaboyd
I've never read any of Austin's work. I read this as a quick read and for something different. I was immediately pulled into this book. The only down-fall- The ending. Read morePublished on May 18, 2011 by C. Escamilla
I love Jane Austen and monsters so I was really hoping to love this book, but it wasn't as exciting and romantic as I hoped it would be. Read morePublished on March 30, 2011 by J.S.
This book was fun, light-hearted, and captivating. It was also a refreshing change from some of the teen-oriented vampire-lit that's out there right now. Read morePublished on January 17, 2011 by ali_marea
Both Jane Austen inspired books and vampire themed books could be considered an oversaturated genre but Jane and the Damned makes it mark and stands out among the competition. Read morePublished on October 18, 2010 by Lori Johnston