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Me and mr. darcy a novel

Every girl is looking for their Mr Darcy ... The manager of a New York bookshop, Emily Albright loves nothing more than curling up with a good book. And, disillusioned with modern-day love, she seeks solace by thinking about the romantic heroes in literature - particularly Mr Darcy. So when she spots an ad for a tour exploring the world of Jane Austen, she books it. Arriving in England a few days later, she discovers her tour is full of old women, and one man, Spike. A foul-tempered journalist, he's been sent to write a piece on why Mr Darcy's been voted the man most women would love to date. It's every woman's fantasy. Until Emily walks into a room and finds herself face-to-face with Darcy himself. And it suddenly becomes one woman's reality.

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  • "Emily Albright, 29, a New York bookstore manager, who half-seriously blames Jane Austen's Fitzwilliam Darcy for her abysmal dating life: Darcy sets the bar too high. As Christmas approaches, Emily, to avoid a holiday with co-worker Stella, signs up for a tour of Darcy territory, lighting out, amusingly, with a gaggle of gray-haired Darcy maniacs. As the tour group weaves in and out of Darcy locales, Emily butts heads with Spike Hargreaves, a handsome young journalist interviewing the group."
  • "Every girl is looking for their Mr Darcy ... The manager of a New York bookshop, Emily Albright loves nothing more than curling up with a good book. And, disillusioned with modern-day love, she seeks solace by thinking about the romantic heroes in literature - particularly Mr Darcy. So when she spots an ad for a tour exploring the world of Jane Austen, she books it. Arriving in England a few days later, she discovers her tour is full of old women, and one man, Spike. A foul-tempered journalist, he's been sent to write a piece on why Mr Darcy's been voted the man most women would love to date. It's every woman's fantasy. Until Emily walks into a room and finds herself face-to-face with Darcy himself. And it suddenly becomes one woman's reality."@en
  • "Dreams come true in this hilarious, feel-good fairy tale about life, love, and dating literature's most eligible bachelor! After a string of disastrous dates, Emily Albright decides she's had it with modern-day love and would much rather curl up with Pride and Prejudice and spend her time with Mr. Darcy, the dashing, honorable, and passionate hero of Jane Austen's classic."
  • "Dreams come true in this hilarious, feel-good fairy tale about life, love, and dating literature's most eligible bachelor! After a string of disastrous dates, Emily Albright decides she's had it with modern-day love and would much rather curl up with Pride and Prejudice and spend her time with Mr. Darcy, the dashing, honorable, and passionate hero of Jane Austen's classic. So when her best friend suggests a wild week of margaritas and men in Mexico with the girls, Emily abruptly flees to England on a guided tour of Jane Austen country instead. Far from inspiring romance, the company aboard the bus consists of a gaggle of little old ladies and one single man, Spike Hargreaves, a foul-tempered journalist writing an article on why the fictional Mr. Darcy has earned the title of Man Most Women Would Love to Date. The last thing Emily expects to find on her excursion is a broodingly handsome man striding across a field, his damp shirt clinging to his chest. But that's exactly what happens when she comes face-to-face with none other than Mr. Darcy himself. Suddenly, every woman's fantasy becomes one woman's reality. . . . Praise for Me and Mr. Darcy: "'Unexpectedly charming. . . Me and Mr. Darcy offers a Pride and Prejudice - appropriate surprise. . . it turns out to be one of the wittier of this summer's offerings, not to mention sharp and sad in its observations about what spinsterhood, identity and aging look like for women in 2007." ' Salon "[Me and Mr. Darcy] takes the reader on an extended daydream with an appropriately pleasant ending. " ' The Indianapolis Star "Alexandra Potter's clever comedy, an affectionate celebration of books and readers ' and bookstores ' might lead you to start browsing those travel websites yourself." ' The Times- Picayune "Pure candy for the imagination. . . Ms. Potter has worked literary magic with the creation of Me and Mr. Darcy." ' CoffeeTimeRomance.com "'Refreshing'" ' Publishers Weekly From the Trade Paperback edition."@en

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  • "Fiction"
  • "Love stories"@en
  • "Love stories"
  • "Romance"@en
  • "Chick lit"
  • "Electronic books"@en
  • "Electronic books"
  • "Large type books"@en
  • "Large type books"

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  • "Me and Mr. Darcy : a novel"
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  • "Me and mr. Darcy"
  • "Me and Mr Darcy"@en
  • "Me and Mr Darcy"