Miss Jane Austen is the unmarried daughter of a respectable clergyman, not yet the famous author she will come to be in the future. In 1795, she attends the Westworths’ ball with her family and has a chance to dance with the handsome Mr. Lefroy.
When tragedy suddenly strikes the Summers family, they have no choice but adapt to the situation.
Annabelle Armitage is the undeniable “belle” of her family.
While visiting the mythical Tintagel Castle in Cornwall, Sarah Moran happens upon a stranger by the name of Kenver Pendrennon, heir to an earldom, who is hurt and in danger.
Minerva Armitage is the eldest daughter of the Reverend Charles Armitage, the vicar of St. Charles and St. Jude.
Lady Delia Loring’s husband, Sir Edward, is cross with her. He sends her away to the country, to Harrogate, to take care of her invalid mother, with the expectation that she lives in quiet respectability and has no contact with her daughter.
What is a poor widow to do when no one else realizes her magnanimous dreams?
Newlyweds Mr. Knightley and Emma are hosting a party at Donwell Abbey.
Miss Kate Linnet, daughter of Sir Cavendish Linnet, is the long-suffering oldest sister who takes care of a gaggle of younger sisters.
In 1811 England, Cassandra Hale is a strong young woman whose past is shrouded in mystery.
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