Review- Thursday’s Child by Pat Santarsiero

Excellent variation story! The set-up is well done, and I found it easy to accept that Elizabeth would do this to save her family. I really enjoyed every minute of this book. It ends happily… capital!  NOTE: Mature Content

Description: With her family facing certain ruin, Elizabeth Bennet makes an irrevocable choice that will forever change her destiny. Risking her own reputation, she enters into a bargain with an unknown gentleman in order to obtain the funds she desperately needs.

However, she soon discovers that the bargain has cost much more than she could ever have imagined.

Set in the world of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, Thursday’s Child is a story of sacrifice, courage and love.

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My last for 2013 for the

The Pride and Prejudice Bicentenary Challenge 2013

at Austenprose.com

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