The Bennet Sisters: taking fate for a wild spin
In this modern collision with Pride and Prejudice, college freshman Liz Bennet refuses to let her name—or Jane Austen—define her. Even though she’s one of five teenage sisters named after the Bennet sisters in The Book, as Liz not-so-fondly calls it, she can’t afford to let her life parallel The Book in any way. Period. Liz has big plans for her future, and they don’t mesh with the life laid out for a fictional young woman 200 years ago.
When Charlie Bingham and Alex Darcy arrive in Liz’s Minnesota town, her whole world flips upside down. Her sister Jane starts acting like a lunatic with Charlie. Alex is tempting but also a jerk. Seeing too many uncanny connections to The Book, Liz is afraid she can’t win. Is this fate’s little joke on her modern Bennet family?
What’s a girl to do? Fight? Or … surrender?
Pride, Prejudice, and Push-Up Bras is the first book in the Bennet Sisters YA series. Independent Publisher listed it as being among the best Pride and Prejudice spinoffs in the past several years. Jane Austen’s Regency World magazine calls the lead character, Liz Bennet, “a true successor to her perspicacious namesake.”
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