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Rude Awakenings of a Jane Austen Addict: A Novel
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on July 3, 2010
Enjoyed this fun spin-off of adventures in Jane Land. Good interpretation of the thoughts that might be occurring
for someone transplanted into a different century. Interesting that she reconciled with herself at the end and
decided that staying where she was would be the best idea. Thinking that the other person is now living in her
circumstances. A fun read. Enjoyable happy ending. Try her other book - see link. Confessions Of Jane Austen Addict Also very fun light read.
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on September 27, 2013
In Confessions of a Jane Austin Addict, a modern Jane Austen fan wakes up to find herself in the body of a gentlemen's daughter in regency England. In Rude Awakenings the gentleman's daughter finds herself in LA with a broken engagement and a deadend job. Many comic moments when a regency mind set reacts to the new freedoms and inventions, but finds the old obsession with finding a suitable husband remains. I preferred Confessions, but Rude Awakenings is also a good read.

views clash with the new reality@. Both characters
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It is a book of normal everyday occurrences being told through a new perspective, which makes you think and look at them with new eyes, and come to appreciate life in 21st century. That's what makes the story so exciting.
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