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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2014
Availability: In Stock
The century-old Gentlewoman's Guide to Love and Courtship is no ordinary book club choice. But for the little book club in Smitten, Vermont, it might be their best pick yet!
Abby likes nothing better than losing herself in a Jane Austen novel. But her friendship with the adventurous Wyatt may be blossoming into a modern romance!
Abby is the sassy but introverted librarian member of The Smitten Book Club. She loves Austen novels and has kept the library's copy of Persuasion out of circulation more times than she could count.
Enter Wyatt, an outdoorsy patron who is determined to help the less-adventurous librarian learn to seize the day. But Wyatt and Abby encounter misunderstandings the likes of which even Jane Austen never imagined. Will this couple ever find their own happily ever after?
"The award-winning Billerbeck has developed an uplifting romance novel that is sure to be a hit with readers of light contemporary fiction." Booklist of A Billion Reasons Why
Kristin Billerbeck is a Christy Award finalist and two-time winner of the ACFW Book of the Year award. Her books include A Billion Reasons Why and What a Girl Wants. Twitter: @KristinBeck Facebook: Kristin-Billerbeck
L. Miller4 Stars Out Of 5Funny & Sweet StoryFebruary 12, 2014L. MillerOh, Kristin Billerbeck! I love how her characters are so stereotypical. It definitely adds a bit of humor to the story. :) Abby is the quintessential nerdy, boring librarian who seriously needs a social life. Her friends are so sweet to encourage her to try new things, and Wyatt definitely breaks her out of her comfort zone! The ending is pretty rushed, but I enjoyed Wyatt and Abby's friendship as they learn to look past the obvious to see the true character of the person inside. [3.5 stars]
I received a free copy of this book from Thomas Nelson through Litfuse Publicity in exchange for my fair and honest review.