Winner of the 2011 Best Indie Book award from Austenprose
Can a marriage of convenience ever lead to true love?
Immediately after Elizabeth Bennet refuses Mr. Darcy’s proposal at Hunsford, her father dies, leaving Longbourn entailed away and little fortune to sustain his widow and daughters. Six months later, the Bennet family receives a visitor with a most unusual offer that promises to save the family from financial and social ruin. Elizabeth’s sense of duty forces her to enter into an arranged marriage with a man she does not even like. Told from Elizabeth’s point of view, An Arranged Marriage is a compelling twist on Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Can Elizabeth overcome her feelings of anger, resentment, and suspicion toward her new husband and – the most bewildering sensation of all – a growing attraction for the last man in the world she ever wished to marry?
The descriptions of feelings are conveyed as such that you will feel all the passion, longing and intensity of the love that exists between them.
Read the full review at My Kids Led Me Back to Pride and Prejudice
It was compelling, sensual, and in other words, hard to put down. What a treat!!
Rated 4.5 stars
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The first page drew me in with its humor and set the stage for the whole of the story.
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This truly was a romantic, gripping, at times heart-rending and at other times heart-warming tale of misunderstandings and misconceptions and the journey of hate turned to love and the importance of trust in a marriage of convenience to the last man in the world you ever wished to marry!
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Hahn’s mastery of Regency eloquence, as well as the seamless injections of Austen’s most famous prose, is pitch perfect.
Rated 5 of 5 Regency stars.
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Emotive, rich, and compelling – An Arranged Marriage by Jan Hahn is a Pride and Prejudice variation that deserves a place of pride on every Austenesque reader’s shelf!
Rated 5 of 5 stars.
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