2017 From Pemberley to Milton Favorite Book
2012 Austenprose Top 5 Historical sequels, prequels or retellings and Austenprose Readers Choice Award & 2012 Favorite Pride and Prejudice Variation/Alternate Path from Austenesque Reviews.
Danger shortly after the Netherfield ball, Elizabeth Bennet begins a journey to visit her relations in London with her traveling companions, Mr. Bingley’s sisters and the proud, arrogant Mr. Darcy. Suddenly, their carriage is abruptly stopped, and Elizabeth hears the menacing cry, “Stand and deliver!” Abduction The leader of a band of highwaymen, Nate Morgan, a handsome, masked rogue, plans to seize Elizabeth for his amusement, but Darcy steps forward and offers himself as a hostage in her place. When his proposal fails to secure Elizabeth’s release, Darcy makes a shocking declaration-Elizabeth is his wife! Romance at a time when a woman’s future could be ruined by the slightest hint of scandal, Elizabeth’s reputation will depend not only upon the actions of a hero but a villain as well. Filled with danger, excitement, daring and passion, The Journey follows Jane Austen’s beloved characters from Pride and Prejudice as they embark on a fateful journey that changes their lives forever.
All I will say is that this is one Journey that will not disappoint!!!!!!
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Again Jan Hahn delivers another fantastic P&P what-if story.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars.
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The Journey is a fascinating tale, sure to appease the adventuresome Austen enthusiast.
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This was a brilliant story full of adventure, danger and romance.
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Oh my, what a riveting and heart-pounding adventure!
Rated 5 of 5 stars.
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Using an economy of language while creating powerful and picturesque images, Hahn elegantly conveys Darcy and Elizabeth’s heart pounding passions while remaining respectful and not offending anyone’s sensibilities.
Rated 5 out of 5 Regency stars.
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