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[Download] ➾ Pride, Prejudice, and Cheese Grits (Jane Austen Takes the South, #1) Author Mary Jane Hathaway – Eiyo.us

Pride, Prejudice, and Cheese Grits (Jane Austen Takes the South, #1) Librarian Note Alternate New Cover Edition For ASIN B00AVUGKYYShelby Roswell Is A History Professor On The Fast Track To Tenure Until Her New Book Is Crushed In A Review By The Famous Historian, Ransom Fielding She Struggles To Regain Her Momentum Only To Discover That Fielding Has Taken A Visiting Professorship At Her College The Place That Was Once A Refuge From The Poverty Of Her Past Is Now A Battlefield Of Civil War Proportions Ransom Is Still Struggling With His Role In His Wife S Accidental Death Six Years Ago And Was Hoping A Year At Shelby S Small College Would Be A Respite From The Reminders Back Home He Never Bargained For Falling In Love With The One Woman Who Would Give Anything To Make Him Leave Together Shelby And Ransom Learn That Home Is Never Very Far Away, And When You Least Expect It, Love Arrives With A Cast Of Civil War Re Enactors, An Evil Wedding Planner, Antebellum Mansions, And Several Mysterious Diaries, Pride, Prejudice And Cheese Grits Will Take You On A Touching And Hilarious Ride Through A Modern South You Haven T Seen Before.

    10 thoughts on “[Download] ➾ Pride, Prejudice, and Cheese Grits (Jane Austen Takes the South, #1) Author Mary Jane Hathaway – Eiyo.us


  1. says:

    I actually read these out of order because the Emma book showed up in myfeed first I don t know which one I likeThis one is longer and Ransom is definitelyof a cranky, Alpha male It was definitely a Pride and Prejudice remake, but not so much that it was boring You could see all the characters even her sisters and mom but I think she combined the bad guys into one Unless I missed something Anyway, the Civil War details were really interesting and I kept thinking may I actually read these out of order because the Emma book showed up in myfeed first I don t know which one I likeThis one is longer and Ransom is definitelyof a cranky, Alpha male It was definitely a Pride and Pr...


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    TYPE OF AUSTENESQUE NOVEL Modern Adaptation, Christian Inspirational FictionSETTING A small liberal arts university in present day MississippiSERIES Jane Austen Takes the SouthMAIN CHARACTERS Shelby Roswell a Civil War professor Elizabeth , Ransom Fielding a visiting professor and acclaimed Civil War historian Darcy , Aunt Junetta Mrs Gardiner David Bishop Mr Collins and Mr Wickham rolled up in one lovely little package , Tasha Caroline Bingley , and Rebecca Shelby s Jane Au TYPE OF AUSTENESQUE NOVEL Modern Adaptation, Christian Inspirational FictionSETTING A small liberal a...


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    To start, this book isn t really a retelling of Pride and Prejudice, which is fine, but if you re expecting a retelling, just be aware it isn t The book isinspired by Pride and Prejudice, meaning it has similarities in characters and scenes.Let me start with what I liked I liked the writing save one exception, see the final note The book was well written and flowed well I didn t really feel like the conversations were forced or full of cliches I didn t notice any major grammar o To start, this book isn t really a retelling of Pride and Prejudice, which is fine, but if you re expecting a retelling, just be aware it isn t The book isinspired by Pride and Prejudice, meaning it has similarities in characters and scenes.Let me start with what I liked I liked the writing save one exception, see the final note The book was well written ...


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    While the premise was fun, the story was not written well The was a was of feminist mumbo jumbo too that totally wasn t needed The redemption aspect went way to quickly There were also a lot of grammatical errors.


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    A cute and simple modern day take of Pride and Prejudice I loved the southern touches, with history woven into the storyline The main character was mature, strong, smart, funny, and I love how she talked to God throughout the book It made it realistic and relatable Of course I always loved Lizzie Bennet anyway so I am not surprised I liked this character Thank heavens the main male character who was supposed to represent Mr Darcywas way better than Mr Darcy I am one of those people w A cute and simple modern day take of Pride and Prejudice I loved the southern touches, with history woven into the storyline The main character was mature, strong, smart, funny, and I love how she talked to God throughout the book It made it realistic and relatable Of course I always loved Lizzie Bennet anyway so I am not su...


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    I can t believe how much I loved this book This is hands down the best modern adaptation of Pride and Prejudice I ve read, and I read a LOT of Austen adaptations both Regency and modern This was the first time the heroine was smart enough to be a worthy successor to Elizabeth Bennet The parallels were not overdrawn or trite, and the story would have been compelling even if it did not remind me of one of my favorite books I love the way that faith played into the story not forced at all, I can t believe how much I loved this book This is hands down the best modern adaptation of Pride and Prejudice I ve read, and I read a LOT of Austen adaptations both Regency and modern This was the first time the heroine was smart enough to be a worthy successor to Elizabeth Bennet The parallels were not overdrawn or trite, and the story would have been compelling even if it did not remind me of one of my favorite books I love the way that faith played into the story not forced at all, and feeli...


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    Having previously read and enjoyed another book in this series, Persuasion, Captain Wentworth, and Cracklin Cornbread, I was eager to read this, the one that started it all As I expected, I seriously enjoyed it Hathaway has a way of taking Austen s works and modernizing them without losing any of Austen s themes or deeper meaning There are still discussions of the social classes, women s roles, and race I like that Hathaway doesn t allow her characters to shy away from these issues She make Having pr...


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    I downloaded this book for free onI m totally one to judge a book by its cover, and wasn t impressed However the story line seemed interesting so I took a risk and hit purchase Boy am I glad I did Loved the ch...


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    I love most things Austen but there were two things that bothered me about this book First, there should have been some kind of indication that this was christian fiction Second, the formatting was HORRIBLE Someone desperately needs to edit this re format it because punctuation was missing a...


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