From Lambton to Longbourn
Publish date: March 1st 2008
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Pages no: 146
Edition language: English
Series: Pemberley Variation Series
Note: marking this for a reread; I actually read the paperback version, which I reviewed HERE.
I really really enjoyed this book. I was expecting to like it because I have heard many good things about Ms. Reynolds books but I could not put it down! I think one of the best things that she does it that she grasps the original characters so well. As soon as I started reading the book I could see...
For all purposes, the rating I give this is proper. I did not find this a variation so much as a deviation. If you want the rating of the novel itself, add a star. If you are looking at this with a love of Pride and Prejudice and want a true rating, look at what I gave it. This book, and it's series...
Though I was familiar with Abigail Reynolds and her Pride and Prejudice/Pemberley "variations" series (and had even seen this book with a different title, From Lambton to Longbourn), I had never actually read anything by her. I'm not sure why, maybe it was the covers or that there were just so many...
My thoughts:This was another lovely Jane Austen variation from Abigail Reynolds. It was sweet, and it made me smile.In this one the story takes a slight turn at that day at the Inn in Lambton. Instead of him going away at once they talk a bit, she cries a bit, and there is a promise to see each othe...
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