One Word from You

One Word from You This third Austen in Austin novella is based on Jane Austen s Pride and Prejudice Urged by her family to marry for the sake of their dwindling finances Eliza Branch prefers to pay for the remainder o

  • Title: One Word from You
  • Author: SusanneDietze
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 185
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This third Austen in Austin novella is based on Jane Austen s Pride and Prejudice Urged by her family to marry for the sake of their dwindling finances, Eliza Branch prefers to pay for the remainder of her time at the Austen Academy by writing for the local paper There s plenty to write about now that railroad baron William Delacourt has come to Austin His proposed northThis third Austen in Austin novella is based on Jane Austen s Pride and Prejudice Urged by her family to marry for the sake of their dwindling finances, Eliza Branch prefers to pay for the remainder of her time at the Austen Academy by writing for the local paper There s plenty to write about now that railroad baron William Delacourt has come to Austin His proposed northbound line may be good for local business, but she s still stinging from his terrible first impression If the rumors about William are true, then he deserves to be skewered in print But when Eliza s pen gets ahead of her conscience, it s William who makes everything right and the reasons behind his sacrifice just might be the story of Eliza s lifetime.

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    1 thought on “One Word from You”

    1. I enjoyed reading this book by Susanne Dietze, One Word from You.She was expected to marry for money to help the family but "She wanted to have Love". what would you do in a situation like thise knew she should help the family but then she had always expected to find Love for her life

    2. It is the fall of 1883 in Austin, Texas. Young ladies of society are busy with their studies at Jeannette C. Austen Academy for Young Ladies. Drought and bad choices have left some ranchers financially strapped. Such is the situation the family of Eliza Branch. Left with the choice of finishing school by earning her own way, or marrying a successful rancher that leaves much to be desired in her eyes, Eliza begins to write for the local paper. Enter the two gentlemen from the Tennessee-North-Texa [...]

    3. I thoroughly enjoyed this. The Branch family is about to lose their ranch, and it is determined Eliza is to marry to save them. At the same time, William Delacourt arrives in Austin to do business for his new railroad. Determined not to marry her mother's first choice for her, Eliza writes ad copy for a few coins, but also contributes editorials printed anonymously, sometimes aimed at Delacourt. Both affected by wrong first impressions, past betrayals, miscommunication and deception, will they f [...]

    4. This is a delightful story! There's a definite "Pride and Prejudice" flavor, with a happy infusion of all things Texas. It's a great combination! The reader is immersed right into Eliza's world, full of vibrant characters, fast paced action, predicaments and yes, plenty of pride. I enjoyed galloping through this energetic and endearing story. Looking forward to reading more of Dietze''s stories.

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