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Even though ‘I love you’ was a sentiment spoken often and meaningfully between them, he’d never really thought beyond it, never pondered the path those three simple words would lead them down.
Elizabeth Bennet left her affluent New England home at the age of sixteen and never looked back. She’s built a great life in Boston and loves everything about the city—especially her dream job as creative director at an advertising agency.
Will Darcy has never lived anywhere but in rural Stockbridge, Massachusetts. He lives a small-town life and loves everything about the country—especially his family’s farm, which he’s doing his best to modernize and return to prosperity.
When her older sister moves back to New England, Elizabeth reluctantly pays a visit to the hometown she left behind. Soon enough, the city girl meets the country boy and the insults and misunderstandings fly—but so do the sparks.
No one is more surprised than Elizabeth and Will when those sparks turn into a brilliant flame, and the 300 miles between them that once felt far too close suddenly turns into an unbearable distance.
The city girl and the country boy know a good thing when they see it—even if they don’t see it nearly enough. Can they overcome their greatest challenge and find common ground—and their happily ever after?
This novel is a modern variation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, but with a slight spin on the usual cast of characters. It contains adult content and is meant for mature readers.
Excerpt from an early review of An Unexpected Harvest
Rather than sticking to the formulaic, Cat Andrews branches out and reconfigures Pride and Prejudice in new and unique ways. One of the most interesting aspects of this story is how the author has cleverly swapped around the personalities of our favorite characters like a literary shell game. It’s all very complex and masterfully done and there were some characters who greatly surprised me and I’m almost never surprised. There are lots of little moments/details that enrich the plot. The characterization is both complex and interesting. In short: this is an excellent modern variation and you’ll love it.