|Sujet: The missing manuscript of Jane Austen Jeu 11 Oct - 19:22|| |
Trouvé sur le site de Syrie James:
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"A novel within a novel honoring what we love most about Austen:
her engaging stories, her rapier wit, and her swoon worthy romance...
Pitch perfect, brilliantly crafted. 5 out of 5 Regency stars!"
Samantha McDonough cannot believe her eyes--or her luck. Tucked in an uncut page of a two-hundred-year-old poetry book is a letter that she believes was written by Jane Austen, mentioning with regret a manuscript that "went missing at Greenbriar in Devonshire."
Could there really be an undiscovered Jane Austen novel waiting to be found? Could anyone resist the temptation to go looking for it?
Making her way to the beautiful, centuries-old Greenbriar estate, Samantha finds it no easy task to sell its owner, the handsome yet uncompromising Anthony Whitaker, on her wild idea of searching for a lost Austen work--until she mentions its possible multi-million dollar value.
After discovering the unattributed manuscript, Samantha and Anthony are immediately absorbed in the story of Rebecca Stanhope, daughter of a small-town rector, who is about to encounter some bittersweet truths about life and love. As they continue to read the newly discovered tale from the past, a new one unfolds in the present--a story that just might change both of their lives forever.
Disponible fin Décembre.
|Sujet: Re: The missing manuscript of Jane Austen Jeu 11 Oct - 19:47|| |
|Sujet: Re: The missing manuscript of Jane Austen Jeu 11 Oct - 20:32|| |
J'aime beaucoup la couverture !
|Sujet: Re: The missing manuscript of Jane Austen Ven 12 Oct - 16:30|| |
Il va filer sur ma liste de suggestion pour Noël
|Sujet: Re: The missing manuscript of Jane Austen || |