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Author: Jane Austen
Anne Elliot falls in love with Frederick Wentworth, and although her family persuades her to break it off, she never stops loving him.
Perhaps the most mature and sentimental of Jane Austen's novels, Persuasion deals with Anne Elliot, a twenty something quickly becoming an old maid in the eyes of the world. Having been persuaded to pass up true love seven years before she is tortured when she realizes that her family's estate is to be rented by the sister and brother law of the very Captain Wentworth she'd reluctantly refused so long ago. Dreading their meting she finds him apparently indifferent, and watches as he seemingly falls for another. But is there any hope for her future happiness? Jane Austin explores not the birth of love but it's enduring and deathless quality in her last and perhaps best novel.
The beautiful, young Elizabeth falls in love with Mr. Darcy, but he must control his pride while she tries to overcome her prejudice.
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Fanny is a poor young girl who is rebuffed by society; however, she earns the admiration and love of her cousin.
The beautiful and intelligent Emma Wodehouse enjoys meddling in other people's love lives, but she can't seem to find a love of her own.
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Silver Medalist in the 2014 Readers' Favorite SI Annual International Award Contest — YA Paranormal Romance.
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