Confessions of A Jane Austen AddictLarge Print - 2009
Not only is Courtney stuck in another woman's life, she is forced to pretend she actually is that woman; and despite knowing nothing about her, she manages to fool even the most astute observer. But not even her level of Austen mania has prepared Courtney for the chamber pots and filthy coaching inns of nineteenth-century England, let alone the realities of being a single woman who must fend off suffocating chaperones, condom-less seducers, and marriages of convenience. This looking glass Austen world is not without its charms, however, with journeys to Bath and London, balls in the Assembly Rooms, and the enigmatic Mr. Edgeworth. But when Courtney's borrowed brain serves up memories that are not her own, the ultimate identity crisis ensues. Will she ever get her real life back? Does she even want to?
"A page-turner of a novel composed with remarkable assurance by a promising new author." - Bookpage.
"A delightful comic romp ... Jane Austen makes a cameo appearance that is pure pleasure." - The Times-Picayune
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