"Laurie Rigler's writing is humorous with ease. The thing I loved most about the book was that this had the perfect situation where a 21st century Austen-fan, like you and me, stuck in 1813, makes witty, sarcastic, even frustrated and angry observations about the society and practices of that time.
'I once again thank heaven that Jane Austen's world has no phones, PDAs, or computers. This is the one time in my life that my happiness won't depend on the leavings of my voicemail and email. As for snail mail, there's little chance of that from Edgeworth. Thank goodness for archaic courting rituals.'Click the pic to read her full review!