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The Man Who Loved Jane Austen



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Author
O'Rourke, Sally Smith
Descriptors
Antiques
Authors
Contemporary Romance
Family Relationships
Letters
Love, Power of
Man-Woman Relationships
Romance-Contemporary
Time Travel
Location/Setting:
New York (City)
Virginia
Time Period:
18th Century
2000s
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Summary
In an antique dressing table, artist Eliza Knight finds a 200-year-old letter from Jane Austen addressed to Fitzwilliam Darcy. Could this letter be authentic and if so, then was Darcy a real person and not just an imaginary character created by Jane Austen? Eliza is determined to find out the truth.
Critique
What a lovely story! This was a sweet and entertaining read with likeable characters and a happy ending for all. The author gives interesting information about Jane Austen, too. Highly recommend.
ISBN
075821037X
  iBistro
# of Pages
291
Published
2006
Formats
Reviewer's Initials: DZ


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