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The very lovely Alexa Adams has a book out all of her very own. It’s called First Impressions Click here to read all about it including a few extracts and to follow Alexa’s blog as she discusses all things Jane.

Here’s a little blurb from Amazon to whet your appetite.

In Pride and Prejudice Fitzwilliam Darcy begins his relationship with Elizabeth Bennet with the words: “She is tolerable, but not handsome enough to tempt me; I am in no humour at present to give consequence to young ladies who are slighted by other men.” What would have happened if Mr. Darcy had never spoken so disdainfully? First Impressions explores how the events of Jane Austen’s beloved novel would have transpired if Darcy and Elizabeth had danced together at the Meryton Assembly. Jane and Bingley’s relationship blossoms unimpeded, Mary makes a most fortunate match, and Lydia never sets a foot in Brighton. Austen’s witty style is authentically invoked in this playful romp from Longbourn to Pemberley.

Congratulations Alexa – I’m really looking forward to reading your novel!

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