This book made me smile. The closing pages of a Jane Austen biography always reduce me to tears, what with her singular failure to find love and her horrible illness and early death. This book takes the opportunity to dream her up the romance we are not sure she ever had. Do not come here looking for historical or biographical accuracy; these are not its concern. It is, as its title makes clear, a daydream, a lighthearted flight of fancy, intended to amuse and distract. Watch out also for the many references to her novels, which are like a puzzle, challenging you to recognize where they are taken from.
I hope you will check it out:
- Amazon: www.amazon.com/dp/B00AILCDJC
- Kobo: http://www.kobobooks.com/ebook/A-Jane-Austen-Daydream/book-0Z8uszBmqUqDrFMp7Gx02A/page1.html?s=lzRSr-yaDEKH3oB899XHig&r=1
- Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/262181