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Stories for His Glory

Loving Like Jane by Connie E. Sokols September 23, 2019

Filed under: Book Reviews,Uncategorized — Melissa Finnegan @ 6:52 pm
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About:

Allie’s dream of writing a best-selling novel for a top literary agent is finally coming true. Except, she has already agreed to go on a bucket list Jane Austen Tour for three weeks with her newly-divorced aunt and widowed mother. To complicate matters, Allie can’t decide what the Best Novel Ever idea should be, and the first three chapters are due in, what else, three weeks. Determined to buckle down, Allie devotes her time to writing while refusing to engage in the trip’s delights, or gorgeous but enigmatic Beckett, the assistant tour director. Despite her attempts to stay focused, Allie is drawn to Beckett’s quick wit, Jane Austen wisdom, and deciding if his help will further her dreams or get in the way. Join Allie on her inspiring, hilarious, and romantic adventure as she learns how loving like Jane Austen creates unexpected changes that could lead to the life she loves.

My thoughts:

What a fun story. I really enjoyed Allie’s journey with her aunt and her mom.

Her struggle to determined what is real love, what should it look like, feel like will resonant with readers. Whether you are a Jane Austen fan or not you will also love the setting for this sweet romance.

Beckett is a great character with some secrets that are slowly revealed, leaving the reader wondering what his story is and where does his hidden talent come from. I had some suspicions but I wasn’t sure if I was right until the end.

I am excited to see what Princeton Lady we get to follow next and her adventure.

Visit Connie here.

Grab your copy at your local bookstore, Amazon, or your favorite retailer.

A copy of this book was given to me. All opinions are my own. 

 

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