Dashing into Disaster by Rachel John

March 15, 2021 | 1 Comment
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Dashing into Disaster by Rachel JohnDashing into Disaster
Author: Rachel John
Series: Austen Inspired #4
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 162
Date: March 15, 2021
Publisher: Indie

She’s everything he never knew he wanted.

Elinor Dashwood has found the perfect job. There’s only one little catch… her boss.

Edward’s gorgeous, kind, and taken. Well, maybe. There’s something odd about his engagement to the town’s sweetheart, and it seems like he wants Elinor to figure it out.

Nope. Detective Elinor is not on the case. She’ll just admire him from afar like every other sensible person with an unrequited crush.

Edward Ferrars was just fine pretending to be engaged until Elinor moved to town, started working for him, and decided to invade his thoughts. Now his fake fiancée has set her sights on Elinor as enemy number one, and Elinor is the last person who deserves to be called a homewrecker.

He’s ready to call off this out-of-control favor, but if he unleashes the wrath of his fake fiancée, will Elinor be along for the ride?

Rating: Mild+. Mild crude humor; mild kissing; mild sensuality.


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About Rachel John

Rachel John

Rachel John loves to read anything with romance or humor, and thinks the best books should combine the two. She’s found that writing is the best outlet for her wild imagination. She’s a terrible cook, but unfortunately for her family, she keeps trying. Rachel lives in Arizona with her husband, four crazy kids, and her desert tortoise.

One response to “Dashing into Disaster by Rachel John

  1. Marilee

    Absolutely and completely delightful! I have enjoyed all the books in this series and this one was no exception. The plot was a fantastic modern adaptation of the original and I loved the characters – their personalities were so true to the originals! You can’t help but love Edward and Elinor, get slightly annoyed with Marianne, feel bad for Brandon, and detest Lucy.

    The romance was sweet but swoony (the first kiss scene was fabulous!) and there were some great laughs. Highly recommend this book as well as the entire series!

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