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Austen at the Seaside: Morning Light — 17 Comments

  1. After your last post, I’m re-reading The Man who Loved Pride and Prejudice and falling in love with Calder all over again. I like how Cassie is the prickly one to start with, but you feel her vulnerability.

  2. Thanks for sharing with us. I own both as ebooks and have begun reading them again this summer. I think they are great summer reads. Thanks again!

  3. I’ve got both of the Woods Hole books on audio and as ebooks and really enjoyedthem both. Am I right in rembering that you planned four books in the series Abigail? If so, when do you think the next one might be out or does it very much depend on what your muse tells you to write?

    • Yes, the plan calls for 4 books in the series, and the 3rd and 4th are over half written. It’s been a financial issue more than anything because my regency books sell far better than the Woods Hole ones and I do need to pay the rent! I wish I had the ability toss out a new book every couple of months so I could get back to Cassie and Calder!

  4. I read both of these books a long time ago and now reading the excerpt reminds me that it would be fun to go back and read them again. Thanks, Jen Red

    • I am in the same shoes Jen. I think I actually read the first one twice but I am thinking it would be interesting to go back and read them back-to-back. I do hope you find the time and resources to finish the other two books in this series, Abigail. Good luck with that.

  5. I have to admit that I have never read this one, but I have read The Man Who loved Pride and Prejudice a few times. I will have to seek this out.

  6. Yes, at the beginning he didn’t recognize her as she was ‘so altered’. But I so loved this book too. I too hope there will be another in this series.

  7. I look forward to another Woods Hole story; I checked out both versions of the first Woods Hole book from the library, not knowing that they were the same book!

    Thanks, Abigail, for this excerpt. It looks like it will be another wonderful novel–no surprise there. 😀

    Warmly,
    Susanne, still grading Hamlet essays

  8. I loved this story and the hints at Persuasion being quite noticable. Annie’s name, not bringing attention to herself and Jeremy not recognizing her. I will have to listen to this audiobook again. I loved this story as well as The Man Who Loved Pride and Prejudice.

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