My Pride, His Prejudice by Jenni James
When Will Darcy proposes out of the blue, Eliza Bennet's world comes
crashing down. Of course she tells him no, but why would he ask her in
the first place? Haven’t they always been enemies? For the past year,
Eliza has worked for Will's company, Revolutionary Innovations, as an
efficiency expert. Her whole goal has been to raise profits, finish her
contract, and then get out. She assumed Will wanted the same, but now
she's not so sure. And more importantly, she has begun to wonder if she
made a mistake in telling him no.
Jenni James, author of The Jane Austen Diaries series for teens,
does it again! Now she's creating a whole new series just for adults,
Austen in Love. Book #1 is a delightful adaptation of Pride and
Prejudice that has all the components of Jane Austen's amazing love
story, sticking true to the original theme, while taking modern
liberties to give this a fresh, new twist for the clean romance genre.
Fun, modern remake of Austen's Pride and Prejudice. This story starts right in the middle at Darcy's wedding proposal. While kind of strange, it works. This is not an exact remake but rearranges and omits elements of the original book, while really becoming its own. The story still keeps the tension and banter and sweet discovery of Austen's story. The story was a little bit short, but the amount of plot the author covered it was a great length. It felt like someone remade a scene to your favorite play, but included elements of the other scenes to make a complete story.
It was clean and fun. I look forward to other books in this series.