Review: Lies Jane Austen Told Me - Julie Wright

Lies Jane Austen Told Me

Review: Lies Jane Austen Told Me - Julie Wright - November 2017

Ever since Emma first read Pride and Prejudice, she has based all her romantic ideals on Austen and her advice and quotes. However, when she decides to do something spontaneous, and turns up to her boyfriend Blake's parent's house and sees him there with another girl Trish the fish. She decides it is time to break up with Jane Austen as she has been steered too many times in the wrong direction. Leaving Blake's, Emma realizes she is slightly stranded and ends up getting a ride to the train station with Blake's brother Luke Hampton. Weekend over and back at work, imagine Emma's surprise when her boss brings in the new consultant she will be working closely with aka Luke Hampton. As the book goes along, we see that Luke is Emma's perfect match but what will happen when Blake tries to win Emma back and Luke starts to back off as he doesn't want to get in between his brother's happiness, even if it means sacrificing himself. Now Emma must let Jane Austen go and take her love life in her hands and let Blake go and tell Luke just how she feels. Will Emma be able to sort her love life out without the help of Austen? Find out in this fun love triangle chick-lit novel "Lies Jane Austen Told Me" by Julie Wright.  Perfect for any Austenite out there.



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