Rational Creatures – Another Anthology Coming from The Quill Ink

I’m in an anthology! AND there’s a BIG giveaway package. Check it out!!!

From Pemberley to Milton

Good Morning dear readers,

I am happy to bring to you some very exciting news when it comes to the JAFF community. In fact, what I am announcing today is something every Jane Austen enthusiast will be thrilled to know: Christina Boyd from The Quill Ink has once more gathered some of the best writers in the genre to honour Jane Austen and her feminist legacy. Each author will contribute with a unique story told from the point of view of an Austen female character that for some reason has shown the strength of character this anthology wishes to celebrate, but I will let Christina explain this project to you 🙂

I hope you get as excited as I am with these news, and I wish you all the luck for the fantastic giveaways Christina has brought for you 🙂


Christina Boyd

I am not a little proud to announce my…

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Austenesque Review

I got my first 5 star review from Meredith at Austenesque Reviews! Besides being ridiculously excited about this, I am thrilled that she loved Green Card. I’ll admit it is my favorite of my books and it makes me crazy happy when other people love it, too.

If you bought the first version of Green Card but don’t have the second one yet, send me an email and I will gladly send it to you. elizabethadamswrites@gmail.com

Happy reading!

 

Green Card Review & Giveaway

Review and Giveaway!

From Pemberley to Milton

I have always prefered regency novels to moderns because I always felt they were more romantic and the love stories were stronger, but when Green Card was re-released I simply had to read it! I had heard too many good things about it and having read other amazing works from the author, I knew I had to give this one a try. I cannot say I regret it, by the contrary, Green Card was one of the best love stories I have read in the last few months, and definitely the best modern story.

After all the encouragements I received from Anita from My Vices and Weaknesses I can finally say that I am also completely rendered to Green Card and now I can truly understand the meaning of “you gave me Valhalla!”, it is one of the most beautiful moments in the book.

Green Card is not a Pride…

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Green Card by Elizabeth Adams – Review

Review and a chance to win ALL FIVE BOOKS!

Obsessed with Mr Darcy

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Elizabeth Adams, author of The Houseguest, Unwilling, Meryton Vignettes and On Equal Ground has re-released her Pride and Prejudice inspired book, the Green Card with new scenes and recipes in the end.

William Harper has it all: looks, money, power. There’s just one tiny problem—he’s about to be deported. He needs a green card. Fast. An American wife is the easiest way to get one. But where will he find a woman to marry him on such short notice?

 Elizabeth Barrett is a full-time student, part-time dog walker, and weekend tutor. With a roommate who just ran out on her and neck deep in tuition payments, she needs money. Now. Harper just might make her an offer she can’t refuse.

He thinks he’s worked out the perfect deal, she thinks she’s signed up for an easy job. Neither of them bargained for the ride of their lives.

The beginning of…

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“Green Card” by Elizabeth Adams is back, excerpt and big giveaway

my vices and weaknesses

Hello all! I cannot believe we are almost in November!! Halloween (for a lot of you) is very close and you may be deciding what to do. For others, you may be expecting more All Saints Days, some others will receive the end of October and beginning of November as any other month coming and going. Whatever you are looking forward to, let me remind you that a good book is always necessary and why not a modern version of Pride and Prejudice: Green Card by Elizabeth Adams.

Since I read Green Card a few years ago, I simply loved it! This book is a modern version but it does not lose the personality of the protagonists and it is properly placed in the 21st century with different problems and difficulties.

I have been also lucky to tell the author my opinion, both online and in person and…

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