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Storms of Love: A Pride and Prejudice Variation Novella Paperback – August 8, 2017
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And that was only in the first two chapters.
The grammatical mistakes in this story are severe ones and not easily overlooked as they often end in whole sentences being basically unintelligible. Another is, that the end seems to be very rushed. Then there is a lot of modern phrasing in this one, which I normally tend to overlook when the story itself is a good one as it is here, but what made me more critical in this instant is, the author's claim to have written her master's thesis on the subject and if that is so, then there is really no excuse for it. There are also several historical inaccuracies which have found their way in - and again, which should really not have considering the author's claim. On top of this, Miss Edwards, on occasion, seems to get confused about the timeline, British geography and climate and so forth.
Having said that, the story itself IS very charming and I hope that the author will eventually work this over as this has so much potential. I have now bought the sequel and am, despite the rather harsh critique I have now given, am looking forward to reading it, hoping that more effort was put into that one than into this.