A Similar Taste in Books by Linda Banche
(Love and the Library)

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Love and the Library - A celebration of the beginnings of love wherein four young Regency gentlemen meet their matches over a copy of Pride and Prejudice at the library.

Book 1: Clara and Justin
Pride and Prejudice
has always brought lovers together, even in the Regency.

Justin has a deep, dark secret--he likes that most despised form of literature, the novel. His favorite novel is Pride and Prejudice, and, especially, Miss Elizabeth Bennet. Intelligent, lively, fiercely loyal Miss Elizabeth. How he would love to meet a lady like her.

Clara's favorite novel is Pride and Prejudice and Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy. Intelligent, steadfast and willing to admit when he is wrong. Can a man as splendid as he exist? And can she find him?

One day in the library, they both check out copies of their favorite book. When Justin bumps into Clara, the magic of their similar taste in books just might make their wishes come true.

A sweet, traditional Regency romance novella and a clean romance, but not a retelling of Pride and Prejudice. 13,000 words.

I write in the style of my favorite author, Barbara Metzger. If you like her Regency comedies, you should enjoy mine.

About Linda Banche

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Published October 15, 2012 by Linda Banche Books. 44 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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