Family loyalty or a chance at love in a historical whodunit.
A bit of Jane Austen in a universe where Mr. Bennett wants Lizzie to marry Reverend Collins. My friend Sophia Rose looks at this alternate story arc.
Love and Marriage: Do they go together like a horse and carriage? Stephanie Coontz examines the history of marriage from paleolithic times to now.
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, contemporary humorous romance, Literary Fiction, Women's Fiction • Tags: Chip Bingely, Curtis Sittenfeld, Fitzwilliam Darcy, jane austen, Jane Bennet, Lizzy Bennet, P&P, PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, retellings
The best retelling of Jane Austen’s P&P I have ever come across! Delicious!
Every lover of Jane Austen would love to know what happened to Lizzie and Mr. Darcy after the wedding. Now we know….
In an alternate history, the works of Jane Austen take on a certain glamour — as in the ability to transform the appearance of one’s self and environs. Is enhancing one’s appearance in this alternate history cheating anymore than lipstick and foundation or control top pantyhose is in our own?
It’s unimaginable that Jane Austen did not write P & P, Is it not? But is it possible? And imagine what would happen if you had proof.
Jane Austin, her sister and mother visit their brother’s parsonage but they wind up at a dangerous house party for the twelve days of Christmas. Will Jane fall: in love or over dead, before she is able to solve the mystery with her detective skills?
Imagine you wake up in another person’s life — 200 years in the future.
Jane, whose life is contemporaneous to Jane Austen’s life, wakes up in the 21st Century. Life lessons, and scrutiny of the differences and similarities of life then and now are interestingly and amusingly explored.
If one were to judge by the number of books of this type, it is an apparently common fantasy to awaken in Jane Austen’s time in a story like one of her novels. Would that work for you? Lack of bathrooms, ready to wear and body odor would do me in. What about you?