Spring Fever

Spring Fever Winter s almost over and Jane Austen s got a case of spring fever The authors who brought you Holidays With Jane Christmas Cheer return to bring you six modern adaptations of Austen s classics So put

  • Title: Spring Fever
  • Author: JessicaGrey Cecilia Gray Melissa Buell Rebecca M. Fleming Kimberly Truesdale Jennifer Becton
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  • Page: 212
  • Format: ebook
  • Winter s almost over and Jane Austen s got a case of spring fever The authors who brought you Holidays With Jane Christmas Cheer return to bring you six modern adaptations of Austen s classics So put up your parasols and prepare for sunshine, smiles, and, of course, happily ever afters Extra Innings A Persuasion storyby Jessica GreyAnnie Elliot still regrets breakWinter s almost over and Jane Austen s got a case of spring fever The authors who brought you Holidays With Jane Christmas Cheer return to bring you six modern adaptations of Austen s classics So put up your parasols and prepare for sunshine, smiles, and, of course, happily ever afters Extra Innings A Persuasion storyby Jessica GreyAnnie Elliot still regrets breaking off her engagement to minor league baseball player Rick Wentworth ten years ago Now he s back in town coaching the team she works for and stirring up feelings she d rather forget Will Rick and Annie get a chance to hit a walk off home run or will they strike out in Extra Innings Miracle at the Abbey A Northanger Abbey storyby Cecilia GrayKathia, paranormal investigator extraordinaire, is out to prove her hometown Abbey is a bona fide miracle site even if its sexy owner slash handyman Henry is dead set against it Kathia and Henry square off and settle the score that s been brewing since high school in this contemporary Easter retelling that ends with a Miracle at the Abbey Whine and Wineries A Sense and Sensibility storyBy Melissa BuellAfter their father dies, the Dashwood girls must make room for their half brother John and his wife Franny in their Hollywood Hills home When Franny s brother Edward shows up unexpectedly, Elinor finds a new friend.But any dreams of something are crushed when the girls have to move far away to Barton Winery There Elinor begins her new life as a wedding coordinator Her first challenge Bridezilla Anne Steele s spring wedding When Anne s sister Lucy reveals a secret that changes everything, Elinor must sort through the lies to find the truth of her feelings and hope for her future Emma s Inbox An Emma storyBy Rebecca M FlemingEmma Woodhouse keeps her finger on the pulse of Hartfield, Georgia through a series of texts and emails full of hometown gossip and romantic intrigue In Hartfield, nothing ever changes people fall in love sometimes with a little help from her , get married, and life goes on in the same comfortable way But when hometown favorite Frank Churchill returns unexpectedly, the whole town develops a case of spring fever Though a master at maneuvering the love lives of those around her, Emma finds she needs some advice of her own and her family and friends are happy to fill her inbox with all the help she needs No Vacancy at Mansfield Motel A Mansfield Park storyby Kimberly TruesdaleFanny Price runs Mansfield Motel, the family business in sunny South Florida, mostly on her own But she dreams of following in her Uncle Thomas s footsteps and becoming a marine biologist She plans to talk to her cousin Eddie about her dreams when he comes home for Spring Break But when he brings along Henry and Mary Crawford, trouble starts to brew Fanny watches her precious future begin to slip away With everything on the line, will Fanny finally speak up for herself Or will she be stuck running Mansfield Motel for the rest of her life Lydia Reimagined A Pride and Prejudice storyby Jennifer BectonWhen reformed party girl Lydia Bennet receives an invitation to her ex George Wickham s destination wedding, she accepts with the intention of showing him exactly what he gave up when he dumped her But no amount determination can change Wickham s view of Lydia, especially not when circumstances conspire to make her look even like a party girl than ever And then there s her sudden attraction to old college friend Kyle Denny Dennison Now that Lydia has reimagined her whole life, will she be able to forget the past and open her heart to the future

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    About “JessicaGrey Cecilia Gray Melissa Buell Rebecca M. Fleming Kimberly Truesdale Jennifer Becton

    • JessicaGrey Cecilia Gray Melissa Buell Rebecca M. Fleming Kimberly Truesdale Jennifer Becton

      Jessica Grey is an author, fairy tale believer, baseball lover, and recovering Star Wars fangirl A life long Californian, she now lives with her two children near Colorado Springs, where she spends her time writing, complaining about snow in April, and drinking way too much caffeine.Jessica writes witty, modern Jane Austen adaptations and Young Adult fairy tales featuring strong girls and magic You can find out about Jessica s novels and short story collections at authorjessicagrey.

    583 thoughts on “Spring Fever

    • After they wrote a delightful and magic anthology, Holidays With Jane: Christmas Cheer, these six amazing authors joined forces again to give fervid readers and proud Janeites another gift. A new collection of short stories inspired by a new, thrilling season that will enchant everybody. Extra Innings - Jessica Grey Ten years ago Annie Elliot broke her engagement with baseball star Rick Wentworth because her family thought he was not the right guy for her. Now she must face the most embarrassing [...]


    • 6 Budding Austenesque Romances Begin to Sprout!After releasing their first holiday anthology about Christmas magic and festive spirits, this lovely team of six talented and inventive writers has joined forces again to give us readers another holiday anthology brimming with Janeite goodness, fun, and love! (Can I get a woot woot?!?) This time we are celebrating all things spring – baseball, Easter miracles, weddings, and spring break. In this anthology there are six contemporary short stories, [...]


    • Holidays with Jane: Spring Fever is a collection of short stories set during Easter and the spring season. Each of the six stories in the book is a modern take on one of Jane Austen’s novels. I had hoped to finish the book before summer arrived, but I’ve been so busy these days that I’m just glad to have finished it! Besides, these holiday story collections can be enjoyed any time of year.Here’s a short rundown of the stories in this collection:“Extra Innings” by Jessica Grey (based [...]


    • “It’s spring fever. That is what the name of it is. And when you’ve got it, you want—oh, you don’t quite know what it is you do want, but it fairly makes your heart ache, you want it so!” Mark Twain1) Extra Innings: Jessica Grey: ends at 17%This was a Persuasion variation with a baseball reference. Rich Wentworth was the new Assistant Coach for the Chawton Choppers. Anne Elliot was the administrative assistant to the General Manager Bill Musgrove. The story line followed closely the [...]


    • "Holidays with Jane: Spring Fever".I enjoyed these six less than the first set. Some minor complaints here and there not fully satisfying ending, and more Marianne Dashwood bashing. The first story, however, was fantastic. The 4th one as well. Grrrrr!



    • On reprend les mêmes que pour Noel et on recommence ! Je vais donc, comme la dernière fois, vous donner mon avis sur chaque histoire* Extra Innings de Jessica Grey: Annie Elliot still regrets breaking off her engagement to minor league baseball player Rick Wentworth ten years ago. Now he’s back in town coaching the team she works for and stirring up feelings she’d rather forget. Will Rick and Annie get a chance to hit a walk-off home run or will they strike out in Extra Innings?Une réécr [...]


    • Cute re-imaginings of Jane Austen novels. Most of the stories are quite strong, but I particularly enjoyed the reworking of Sense and Sensibility (Wine and Wineries) and Mansfield Park (No Vacancy at Mansfield Motel).


    • This was a fun (warm weather) read. Ienjoyed it even more than the Christmascollection. All the modern updatedJane Austen heroines were cleverlydrawn and their 21st century situationsseemed plausible and entertaining.



    • I am reviewing the stories separately and my notes may contain spoilers:Extra Innings (a "Persuasion" story by Jessica Grey)5 starsOMG, this was the best take on Persuasion ever! I knew I recognized Jessica Grey's writing once Star Wars was mentioned, her pop-culture references are pure gold. I liked that Annie's abusive family was featured but they didn't steal the spotlight from the main couple. And let me tell you that Rick Wentworth is so dreamy here! So considerate and protective of Annie a [...]




    • OK, I won't repeat what I usually say in my reviews of this series. Just my favourite stories from HWJ #2. I loved Whine and Wineries, a S&S story - maybe because its focus is Elinor Dashwood, my favourite Austen heroine? And the other two I think I will be re-reading are the Emma story - Emma's Inbox, told as a series of e-mails/IMs/newspaper articles (which works quite well), and Extra Innings, the Persuasion one. They are all very well written and adapted. Minor quibble - I have noticed a [...]


    • Received a free copy for honest review6 Short stories written with in the spirit of Jane Austin. I thought that these modern Jane Austin stories were well written and a nice easy read. If you are a fan of Austin you will love these.


    • All short story, modern adaptations of Jane Austen's work which were not really for me. They were okay but none really caught my imagination




    • I mostly got the "Holidays with Jane" collections for the NORTHANGER ABBEY inspired stories. Cause guys, I adore that book, Henry Tilney and every single reimagining of it."Miracle at the Abbey" by Cecilia GrayOh joyous days. Kathia is a paranormal expert with a hit show entering it's 100th episode. Hoping to make it personal, her producer convinces her to go back to her hometown and the Abbey she spent her senior year living at where 'miracles' occur. All is fine except for Kathia the Abbey rep [...]


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