Jane is obsessed with P&P. Okay, she's really into Colin Firth as Mr Darcy. When her aunt dies, she is gifted with an all expenses paid trip to England to stay at Pembrook Park. Pembrook Park is a place where one can go and pretend to live in regency England. PP employs actors, so who knows when something is real or genuine.
So, interesting premise, but fell flat for me. But I will say I liked the movie better (I know, sacrilege!) I didn't like Jane. She was flat, pathetic, and I really (really!) wanted to slap her. She did get better as the book progresses, but not enough for me. I didn't like how she hid her P&P DVDs. Luckily, they are on the shelf by the end of the book. I own them too!
I hated this quote: "You know, that book did Austen herself no good- died a spinster." Yep, cause there is nothing worse than a woman who is SINGLE! It doesn't matter how accomplished you are, etc, the "S" word is what is important. Whatever.
#rippedbodicebingo - Austen retelling