The Jane Austen Diaries: Pride & Popularity

by Jenni James

The Jane Austen Diaries: Pride & Popularity

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Chloe Elizabeth Hart despises the conceited antics of the popular crowd, or more importantly, one very annoying self-possessed guy, Taylor Anderson, who seems determined to make her the president of his fan club! As if! Every girl in the whole city of Farmington, New Mexico, is in love with him, but he seems to be only interested in Chloe. This modern high school adaptation of Pride and Prejudice is a battle of wits as Chloe desperately tries to remain the only girl who can avoid the inevitable‹falling for Taylor.

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  • SKU: 5071126


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based upon 10 reviews
By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

Everything I know about this book is wonderful! Charming, witty, and romantic, just like Jane Austen's classic
Pride and Prejudice. It's a must read!

By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

Once i read the first one there was no way i was putting it down! Pride and Popularity is such a hilarious, Fun, teen-based book that makes you just want a story like that!

Fun Read!
By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

This is a great, clean read for the young girls and the author does a lot to follow Jane Austin's writing. I strongly recommend this book.

About the Author

Jenni James

Jenni James is a busy mom of seven children who is married to a totally hot Air Force recruiter. When she isn’t busy chasing her kids around the house, she’s dreaming of new romantic books to write. Northanger Alibi is the second book in Jenni’s series, The Jane Austen Diaries. The first book in the series, Pride & Popularity, was released by Inkberry Press in August 2011. The third book, Persuaded, will be released in summer 2012.

To find out more about The Jane Austen Diaries or Jenni’s other projects, please visit her website,, or her Facebook page, Author Jenni James. She loves to hear from her readers and may be contacted at

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