‘The Marriage of Miss Jane Austen, Vol. III’ [EXCERPT]

Jane Austen

Watercolour of Jane Austen by her sister, Cassandra, 1804. (Public Domain)

You may think that you know everything about the author of classic novels like Emma, Sense and Sensibility, and Pride and Prejudice. But think again. In Collins Hemingway’s The Marriage of Miss Jane Austen, Vol. III, you’ll discover how history affected the author’s personal life, including her roles as wife and mother. We hope you enjoy reading this sneak peak into this new book. —J&H
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‘The Clergyman’s Wife’ Takes A Fresh Look at a Classic Story [REVIEW]

Roses

Life looks different after a rose garden is planted in Molly Greeley’s The Clergyman’s Wife. (Photo courtesy Canva)

In Jane Austen’s day, women had well-defined roles in society. Never one to live life by other people’s rules, she frequently challenged the status quo, in print and in life. Now author Molly Greeley takes us back to the beloved world of Pride and Prejudice, where we meet a lonely woman destined for a normal life. But will a new acquaintance give her a chance for something more? Find out in The Clergyman’s Wife.
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‘Pride and Prejudice’ Continues in Kelly Miller’s Debut Novel [REVIEW]

Mr. Darcy

Mr. Darcy has a close call with death in Kelly Miller’s debut novel. (Photo courtesy Meryton Press)

At the end of Jane Austen’s beloved novel, Pride and Prejudice, Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth were destined to live happily ever after. But the story doesn’t end there. At least, not if debut author Kelly Miller has anything to say about it. Find out what the iconic couple is up to now in Death Takes a Holiday at Pemberley. 
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Sabrina Jeffries’ ‘The Study of Seduction’ Examines Surprisingly Modern Issues [REVIEW]

Sabrina Jeffries' THE STUDY OF SEDUCTION

When a couple is forced into a marriage neither of them planned on, will their union lead to love? Find out in Sabrina Jeffries’ THE STUDY OF SEDUCTION. (Photo courtesy Pocket Books)

In Sabrina Jeffries’ The Study of Seduction, an earl reluctantly agrees to help his best friend by watching out for his ward when he has to leave the country on business. The only problem is that the impetuous young woman has a mind of her own and has unwittingly become the object of a diplomat’s dangerous obsession.  Read more of this post