Friday, August 30, 2013

Cover Reveal - Love at First Slight by J. Marie Croft

I recently received word that a new Austenesque novel will be published soon, and I'm excited to be a part of the cover reveal for this title.  Love at First Slight by J. Marie Croft seems like it will be a delightful diversion, and I look forward to reading it soon.  Take a look at the lovely cover and book information:

Love at First Slight by J. Marie Croft

Genre: Fiction | Romance | Historical | Regency | Jane Austen Sequel

ISBN13     9781936850525

Publication Date: October 1, 2013

About the Book:

“It may not be universally acknowledged, but the unvarnished truth is that a young widow in possession of a good fortune is not necessarily in want of another husband.”

In this humorous, topsy-turvy Pride & Prejudice variation, all the gender roles are reversed. It is Mr. Bennet’s greatest wish to see his five sons advantageously married. When the haughty Miss Elizabeth Darcy comes to Netherfield with the Widow Devonport nee Bingley, speculation—and prejudice—runs rampant.

William Bennet, a reluctant and irreverent future reverend, catches Miss Darcy’s eye even though he is beneath her station. However, his opinion of her was fixed when she slighted him at the Meryton Assembly. As her ardour grows, so does his disdain, and when she fully expects to receive an offer of marriage, he gives her something else entirely ….






Buy Online:  Rhemalda.com

Add to your Goodreads list: Goodreads.com

Author’s Website: http://www.prideand.com/


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About the Author:

J. Marie Croft, a Nova Scotia resident and avid reader all her life, discovered Jane Austen's works later than others but made up for lost time by devouring the six novels and as many adaptations and sequels as she could find. In the midst of reading prodigious amounts of Austen-based fan-fiction, she realized, "Hey, I can do that." In her spare time, when not working at a music school or on a wooded trail enjoying her geocaching hobby, she listens to the voices in her head and captures their thoughts and words in writing. Her stories are light-hearted; and her motto is Miss Austen's own quote, "Let other pens dwell on guilt and misery." J. Marie Croft is a member of the Jane Austen Society of North America (Canada) and admits to being "excessively attentive" to the 1995 BBC version of Pride and Prejudice. She can be contacted at jmariecroft@gmail.com.

4 comments:

  1. Oh, this one sounds fun! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. I agree Sophia-- I think it'll be a good one.

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    1. The girl in the cover art sure looks like she's up to something! ;)

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