The 26th of November by Elizabeth Adams

The 26th of November by Elizabeth Adams

The 26th of November by Elizabeth AdamsThe 26th of November by Elizabeth Adams
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The Netherfield Ball: Classic. Predictable. Immortalized.

But, what if Elizabeth were forced to relive it over and over and over again? Night after night after night?

 Elizabeth: Clever. Witty. Confident.

Suddenly, her confusion and desperation make her question things she long thought she knew.

 Mr. Darcy: Proud. Unapproachable. Bad tempered.

In this world where nothing is as it seems, Elizabeth must learn to see through new eyes.

Including a man she thought she hated.

 

Let the hilarity ensue.

I can’t say that I would hate for the Netherfield Ball to go on forever and ever and ever, but I know poor Lizzie would! The 26th of November was all it promised to be and more! I know it is not the best time for Lizzie and Darcy in the original story but to see them live it over and over and feelings grow in this story was so wonderful! I love Mr. Darcy, I love how he is not afraid to admit his faults and how he is so true to himself about his feelings for Elizabeth! Lizzie is a riot too in this book! I love her so much! I see so much of myself in her. If you are looking for laughs, angst and a few tears, pick this one up, it is delightful!!!

 

Elizabeth Adams is a book-loving, tango-dancing, Austen enthusiast. She loves old houses and thinks birthdays should be celebrated with trips – as should most occasions. She can often be found by a sunny window with a cup of hot tea and a book in her hand. 

She writes romantic comedy and comedic drama in both historic and modern settings.

She is the author of The Houseguest, Unwilling, On Equal Ground, and Meryton Vignettes: Tales of Pride and Prejudice, and the modern comedy Green Card.

You can find more information, short stories, and outtakes at elizabethadamswrites.wordpress.com

 

 

Elizabeth Adams is offering five copies of The 26th of November for your readers, 5 audiobook codes, each one is good for one of her audiobooks and two autographed paperback copies of one of her books, readers’ choice from her catalog. Thank you for your support with these giveaways. The giveaway runs until midnight, August 11, 2018.

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 Terms and Conditions:

Readers may enter the drawing by tweeting once a day and daily commenting on a blog post or a review that has a giveaway attached for the tour. Entrants must provide the name of the blog where they commented. If an entrant does not do so, that entry will be disqualified.

One winner per contest. Each winner will be randomly selected by Rafflecopter and the giveaway is international.

 

 

 

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Comments

  1. It looks like I enjoyed this book as much as you did Margie. Great review. Congratulations to Mrs. Adams for this lovely story.

  2. I too love this book. So funny! Elizabeth made me laugh out loud with some of her ideas, especially when she came to understand and like Darcy. Fabulous!
    Thank you for this post and the great giveaway
    I would love a paperback of this or Green Card if I’m lucky enough to win.

  3. DarcyBennett says:

    I have avidly been following this blog tour as this book sounds fantastic. Thanks for sharing your thoughts on it.

  4. A short and sweet review, Margie. Thank you for getting right to the point. I look forward to the time where I can read this novel.

  5. Vesper Meikle says:

    If it is anything like Groundhog Day Elizabeth is going to suffer hundreds of times

  6. This has sounded like more and more fun as the tour has gone on. It seems a shame that it has to come to an end! Fingers crossed for a win!

  7. I am really looking forward to reading this book. On the blog tour, everyone has been mentioning how funny it is, but no one has said anything about angst. I can’t imagine how that could fit in with this storyline. I am eagerly anticipating the laughs, and I guess I could handle a little angst.

  8. Great review for a lovely book, Margie! I’m so glad you liked it. Such a fun read, yet so touching, to see Elizabeth finally letting go of her prejudices and getting to understand Darcy even better than he understood himself.

  9. Thank you for the review! I’m so glad you liked the book!!!

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