A Fair Prospect: Volume I, II & III

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This is an eBook 'boxed set' that includes all 3 volumes of A Fair Prospect. Inspired by Jane Austen's Pride & Prejudice. Following his rejection, Darcy returns to London only to find Elizabeth has travelled there as well. Thrown constantly into each other's company, they strive to overcome their differences, but then Darcy discovers he also has a rival, a man deemed by all as a fair prospect More

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About Cassandra Grafton

A fan of Jane Austen since her long-distant school days, Cassandra Grafton has been indulging her appetite for all things Austen for many years. Having long wanted to be a writer, she began publishing her endeavours in 2013. A Fair Prospect, a Pride & Prejudice-inspired Regency romance, was released in three volumes.

She then went on to be part of the co-writing team on The Darcy Brothers, another Austen-inspired historical novel, before settling down to co-write with one of her best friends.

The Particular Charm of Miss Jane Austen, a contemporary mystery/romance, was released in July 2016 under the names of Ada Bright and Cass Grafton. A sequel is currently in the works.

A Quest for Mr Darcy, a Regency romance/mystery, was released in June 2017.

A former college lecturer and PA, Cassandra has lived in three countries, and loves travelling, reading, cats and dry wine (and she combines most of these as often as she can!)

She has two grown up children and splits her time between Switzerland, where she lives with her husband, and England, where she lives with her characters.

She is a member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association, the Society of Authors, the Jane Austen Society UK and is a founding member of the Jane Austen Society of Switzerland.

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Review by: John Whelan on Feb. 9, 2014 :
Disappointing, the character's names might be the same as Jane Austin's but the writing and style certainly aren't.
(reviewed 80 days after purchase)
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