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Publisher's Summary

This hip contemporary romance combines Jane Austen-inspiration and foodie fiction in a witty and engaging tale of two sisters who are forced to uproot to unfamiliar Austin, Texas, after high rent and broken relationships force them away from their San Francisco life. In this Sense and Sensibility adaptation, Jane Woodward and her sister Celia run a small tea salon in San Francisco but are forced to relocate to Austin, Texas. While trying to start fresh and settle in, Jane meets a dashing musician, Sean, who steals her heart, but not before catching the eye of another suitor, military veteran Ben Fredrickson. The sisters drift apart, lives collide, dashing men steer Jane off course, and she discovers that adjusting to a new life is trickier than she anticipated.
©2017 Dreamscape Media, LLC (P)2017 Dreamscape Media, LLC
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5 out of 5 stars
By BrontCO on 08-26-17

Loved this story, so sweet!

This was such a sweet story, it really held my attention. The narrator was excellent as well, she kept distinct voices for each of the differemt characters. I was left wanting to drink tea, read some Jane Austen, and try out some of the yummy recipes mentioned between the chapters. this might be a book I need to go out and buy in the paper version :)

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2 out of 5 stars
By drewster on 06-23-18

Mostly rich people having rich people problems

I suppose the desire to tell the same story in a different era compels it to become a series of "first works problems" but it really comes across as just the lives and loves of the will to do, and loses all sense of depth when compared with the original story.

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