Feb 132018
 

Love in the Fast Lane

Overall Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

Source: Review Copies from Author

In a modern-day adaptation of Pride and Prejudice, author Zoe Burton takes Jane Austen’s beloved characters to a new environment – the world of fast cars, race tracks, and pit crews! In this series, Will Darcy is a stock car driver and part of a renowned multi-car team run by his father, George Darcy. Other team members include Charles Bingley, Bill Collins, and former member George Wickham. Liz and Jane Bennet are long-time race car enthusiasts.

Since both books in this series are novella length and tie-in with each other so closely, I thought I’d review them together!

NOTE: This series should be read in order; what takes place in the first book is important to understanding the second book. Continue reading »

Feb 092018
 

Austenesque ARC

Hi friends!  It is time for some books to find new homes!  Do I have any takers? 😉

I love doing this quarterly post and am so thankful to the kind friends of this blog – Jean and Reina – for sending my some books that are searching for new homes!  Thanks for spreading all this book love, ladies!!

*Since the giveaways of these previously owned books are open for just US readers (sorry international shipping costs sometimes 3x the price of the book), I am hosting a Winner’s Choice option for all our international friends!

There are 5 ARCs/previously owned books in this giveaway but I’ll choose 6 winners – 5 for the books I’m giving away and 1 who will choose one of the 5 books to receive as an ebook.

All books are in gently used/like new condition. Continue reading »

Feb 072018
 

What If Mrs. Bennet Did Indeed Never Speak to Elizabeth Again?

Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars

Source: Review Copy from Author

TYPE OF AUSTENESQUE NOVEL: Pride and Prejudice Variation

TIME FRAME: Begins the day after the Netherfield Ball

WHY I WANTED TO READ THIS:

  • Lizzy Brandon is a new author for me, and I’m always game to try new authors!
  • The excerpt I read on Amazon stopped at such a surprising cliffhanger and showed that this story was taking a new direction, I was curious to read more.
  • To be honest, I love the lyricalness of alliterative titles! 😉

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