Shelby Roswell is a history professor on the fast track to tenure until her new book is crushed in a review by the famous historian, Ransom Fielding. She struggles to regain her momentum only to discover that Fielding has taken a visiting professorship at her college. The place that was once a refuge from the poverty of her past is now a battlefield of Civil War proportions.
Ransom is still struggling with his role in his wife's accidental death six years ago and was hoping a year at Shelby's small college would be a respite from the reminders back home. He never bargained for falling in love with the one woman who would give anything to make him leave. Together, Shelby and Ransom learn that home is never very far away, and when you least expect it, love arrives.
With a cast of Civil War re-enactors, an evil wedding planner, antebellum mansions, and several mysterious diaries, Pride, Prejudice and Cheese Grits will take you on a touching and hilarious ride through a modern South you haven't seen before. Newly revised, with recipes, a Pride and Prejudice variation, this book is the first in the Austen Takes the South series by Mary Jane Hathaway.
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Just finished Ms Hathaway's book "Pepper in the Gumbo" and decided I wanted to try another book by her. I'm so glad I did! This is not one of those books that pretends to be a continuation of Jane Austen. It does have ties to "Pride and Prejudice" (quotes starting each chapter), but it is it's own story. If you've read Ms Austen's book it will only add to your enjoyment. I'm ready to start the next book in this series! I wasn't particularly fond of the narrator, but she is adequate.
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