We all admired the fine lines of Pemberley’s grounds, so why not let other people’s fine eyes wander your fine lines in this romantic romp of a dress.
If you can’t get enough Clone Wars, or you just really dig the tradition of Star Wars anthologies, this is gonna be a must-read for you.
The drinking game section is the best part of this book.
I urge you to fall for this collection of Austenesque works (and not off the cobb like Louisa).
I appreciate the immense research and detail put into this, but I do not feel every chapter was convincing.
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The lack of rose-tinted glasses gives us a better understanding and appreciation of the realities around which Jane Austen herself wrote and moved in.
More like Northangery Abbey turns into Gossip Girl.
The book ends on a hopeful note, despite it all.
Who should read this: Padmé stans.