Often when people think of mysteries, they think of murder. Well a mystery is a person solving a crime or puzzle. This falls into the second category as two sisters, Ellen and Mimi Douglas, are given a diary that holds a secret code which leads to a priceless treasure. All they have to do is crack it.
As my sister blog JaneAustenRunsMyLife already has reviewed the book, I decided to borrow from her.
The Dashwood Sisters Tell All: A Modern Day Novel of Jane Austen by Beth Pattillo
So when I saw that this was by Beth Pattillo, I was like…
For those of you who don’t know, my review of Mr. Darcy Broke My Heart did not go well…
I did not like that book at all. I thought it was absolutely horrible, a complete waste of my time. (If you want to read it, follow this link). So needless to say, I wasn’t exactly thrilled to be reading another one of her books.
But did I hate this book? Keep reading to find out!
Ellen (Elinor) and Mimi (Marianne) Douglas (Dashwood) have never been close or gotten along with each other. Ellen is the no-nonsense, sensible, wears comfortable clothes sister:
Mimi on the other hand is the dreamer, outgoing, friendly, doesn’t always think things through, and…
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