Author: Stephanie Fowers
Release Date: June 2014
Publisher: Triad Media and Entertainment
Genre: Contemporary Romance
What a FUN BOOK!
They were destined to be together for you see...
their names were Jane and Austen.
And to top it all off they both worked at the North Abbey.
But sad as it is Austen was very logical and wanted out of the North Abbey leaving Jane behind with a broken heart.
Jane, ever the romantic, moved on with life taking the job to plan her best friends wedding.
Her best friend is Miss Taylor Missy Elizabeth Weston who is marrying Chuck Frank Bigley.
Can you see where this story is going?
When Willard Dancey shows up at the North Abbey as a wedding guest Jane just knows that romance in the books is much better than the romance of today.
Working with bridesmaids Bertie, Bella Thorne, and Mary Musswood proves to be a challenge to say the least.
Now add in the other wedding guests: Captain Redd Wortham, Harry Crawley, Eddy and Elly MaFarey, and BeBurgy...
And the workers at the North Abbey: Junie Bennet Fairchild, Ann-Marie Dashner, Freddy Tiney, and Colin Minster...
And you have the makings of a truly FANTASTIC TWIST on every book Jane Austen ever wrote.
So what happens when Austen suddenly shows up as another wedding guest?
"The two have one thing in common: they can’t leave each other alone. Jane believes that if Austen could just experience a fairy tale romance, he would secretly love it. And Austen’s pretty sure that if one of Jane’s beloved heroes escaped from the pages of her dog-eared novels, she’d run and hide."
"Both are about to be proven right."
LOVED. LOVED. LOVED. THIS. BOOK!
I laughed and sighed and fell in love with the characters!
A MUST-READ for every girl who believes in love and happy endings!
About the Author
I've always had stories in my head. As soon as I learned to write, my pen took over the paper. When I read my stories out loud in second grade, my goal was to get my teacher to laugh so hard she'd fall off her chair. And it worked
I soon moved on to more mischievous times, and got my associates at BYU Idaho in English and (besides the below freezing temperatures), I loved the small town atmosphere complete with garage bands and pizza joints. Then I served an LDS mission in the Philippines. The people there have an intense past and culture that I want to write about someday. Their war heroes (and heroines) are amazing, and their people are so full of life.
After I got my bachelors at BYU (Provo) in English and communications, I almost went into advertising (I won enough Burger King crowns in my advertising class to encourage me)...but I decided to take the starving artist route instead. And now, here I am!
(A review copy was provided, however, all reviews are of my own opinion :)