Delia, the only daughter of the late Earl of Dericott, struggles against her world of 1300s England when her seven brothers are arrested and she must fight to prove their innocence.
Eva is a quiet widow who on an ordinary day sees an image in a newspaper that transports her back to war-torn Europe and leads her to fly to Germany in search of a book that represents all the lives she helped save during the Nazi’s tyranny.
Louisa is alone after both of her parents are killed during WWII. After finding a new job in Scotland, she realizes that even though she is just a teen, she will be able to play a role in the wartime effort and help British soldiers to defeat the Nazis.
Pia, a young immigrant living in Philadelphia, fights to keep her young twin brothers alive after their mother passes from the Spanish flu, but after falling ill herself is sent to an orphanage. For years she clings to hope that she will find her brothers alive while struggling to forge a path in a city that want to forget her.
When a young widow, Audrey, leaves her manor in England, she hopes to meet her in-laws in America and make a new life for her and her son. What she finds, though, is her best friend, Eve, living a secret life, impersonating her and claiming all that is rightfully hers.
Marrying a handsome king sounds like a dream come true, unless you happen to become smitten with a handsome stranger. Will Hollis become queen or follow her heart?
What was the relationship between Jo March and Teddy Laurence really like? This romp through the world of Little Women looks at one of the great rejections of literature.
“[Adam] saw Elizabeth as the lynchpin to the entire Bennet family, the one whose boldness and emotional intelligence was keeping her own family from the brink. But she never flaunted herself as a saviour – she just loved so thoroughly, and so wisely, that the saving of others was the inevitable result.” In the smallContinue reading “The Jane Austen Society”