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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 liked the friendship and chemistry between Jane and Austen. Jane is looking for a romance right from the plot line of book. Austen, along with most men, thinks romance is as delusional as believing in Santa Claus. The interaction between them keeps the book entertaining.
Figuring out who belongs with who as couples are paired up is the hook that pulls you along. This book is fun and readable. Except for a couple of bad apples, the story is squeaky clean and innocent.
All of Stephanie's books are great so be sure to check them out!
I love the clashing of cultures, perspectives and feelings that Fowers so accurately and seamlessly depict. If you enjoy laughing out loud and living life to its fullest then this is the book for you. Fowers is an enlivening author who takes romance and injects humor skillfully for a fast, fun read anyone will appreciate! My only recommendation for this author is to continue doing what you do best!
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It was interesting that the term ‘meet cute’ was referred to in the story. That is a fitting description. It was a light listen, nothing heavy. It was lengthy and possibly could have used a little more refining.
Aunt approved because I couldn’t help thinking about how much my niece would like this audiobook. Overall, it was a cute story with a wink towards Jane Austen.
About the narrator: Andrea Emmes did a wonderful job voicing this audiobook. She has a wide range of dialects that sounded perfect with the characters. All in all it was a great match.