Margaret Dashwood's Diary (Sense and Sensibility Mysteries, #1)

Margaret Dashwood's Diary (Sense and Sensibility Mysteries, #1)

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by Anna Elliott
     
 

Margaret Dashwood learned from her older sisters—sensible Elinor and romantic Marianne—that the path of true love is rarely easy or smooth. And yet Margaret grew up dreaming of one day finding love and romance of her own. Now, smarting from the pain of a broken engagement, Margaret has travelled to stay with her now-married sisters in order to heal.

Overview

Margaret Dashwood learned from her older sisters—sensible Elinor and romantic Marianne—that the path of true love is rarely easy or smooth. And yet Margaret grew up dreaming of one day finding love and romance of her own. Now, smarting from the pain of a broken engagement, Margaret has travelled to stay with her now-married sisters in order to heal.

But life is still far from smooth: John Willoughby, Marianne’s first love, has unexpectedly returned to once again complicate the Dashwood sisters’ lives. Colonel Brandon, Marianne’s husband, has been commissioned to apprehend a ruthless ring of smugglers operating in the neighbourhood. And when a mysterious figure from Margaret’s past returns, Margaret realises that she herself may hold the key to uncovering the smuggling gang. Worse, she comes to suspect that she faces an impossible choice of her own: not between sense and sensibility, but between duty and her own heart.

Margaret Dashwood’s Diary is appropriate for all ages.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940148201007
Publisher:
Wilton Press
Publication date:
01/08/2014
Series:
Sense and Sensibility Mysteries , #1
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
132,506
File size:
849 KB

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Margaret Dashwood's Diary (Sense and Sensibility Mysteries, #1) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was cute. I love Jane Austen and it was nice to have a book devoted to one of the minor characters in Sense and Sensibility. This is the diary of the youngest Dashwood sister. The romance was good (clean) and it was a quick read.
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