Sense & Sensibility by Rebecca H. Jamison

August 21, 2014 | 1 Comment
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SenseSensibilityAs if it wasn’t bad enough to be getting food from Church welfare, I had to meet one of the Ferreros—and a good-looking Ferrero, at that.

Elly Goodwin, a brilliant programmer, is so desperate for a job that she takes one from her ex-boyfriend—the same man who put her family out of business. Then she meets Ethan Ferrero, who seems too good to be true. But Elly is far too sensible to unexpectedly fall in love—especially with her ex’s brother-in-law.

But when Elly’s sister, Maren, dates the wrong guy, Elly must intercede before Maren’s passion clouds her common sense. Together, Elly and Maren must learn that a mixture of sense and sensibility is the perfect recipe for love.

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Title: Sense & Sensibility (A Latter-day Tale #3)

Author: Rebecca H. Jamison

Publisher: Bonneville/Cedar Fort

Release Date: August 12, 2014

ISBN: 978-1462114566

Formats: 256 pages, 6×9, softcover; e-book

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Latter-day Tales:

Persuasion (book 1)

Emma (book 2)



One response to “Sense & Sensibility by Rebecca H. Jamison

  1. Gayle Humpherys

    Sense & Sensibility is one of Jane Austen’s works that I am not extremely familiar with, other than knowing the very bare basics about the plot line. So I wasn’t sure which aspects of this story directly correlated with events in the original, but in the end I don’t think it mattered too much! I really enjoyed this tale of sisters and thought the author did a great job of introducing topics such as autism and depression. All of the author’s contemporary LDS adaptations of Jane Austen works have been very well done!

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