What happens in Vegas, is supposed to stay in Vegas. Except some mistakes are too big to keep under wraps.
Successful London businessman, William Darcy is normally the type of guy who never does anything without a clearly defined plan. That is until he visits Las Vegas, Nevada out of spite to his family and meets Elizabeth Bennet, a cocktail waitress barely managing to put herself through school. Without any forethought, or even a clear recollection of the event, these opposites find themselves legally attached in a very Vegas way.
Married with barely knowing each other, William and Elizabeth must quickly decide whether to face the world with their error in judgement as one or as individuals. And just maybe, they can make it work outside of the bubble of Vegas.
This is the premise of Amy George‘s upcoming new release, The Sweetest Ruin, due out in just a few days. This is her second book published by Meryton Press. This modern adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice drops these beloved characters into a situation where they must lean on each other to find their way. It might seem a departure from the usual story canon, but Ms. George maintains the essence of the personalities that Austen created in spite of the unusual circumstances in this low angst romance.
Look for The Sweetest Ruin on Paperback and Kindle on January 18th on Amazon.