Love, Lies and Lizzie

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Love, Lies and Lizzie
Love, Lies and Lizzie.gif
Book's cover
Author Rosie Rushton
Cover artist Susan Hellard
Country Great Britain
Language English
Series 21st century Austen
Genre Young adult novel
Publisher Piccadilly Press Ltd.
Publication date
January 25, 2009
Media type Print (Paperback)
Pages 208 ppya-novel
ISBN 978-1-85340-979-0
Preceded by Secret Schemes and Daring Dreams
Followed by Echoes of Love

Love, Lies and Lizzie, a young adult romance novel, is the fourth installment of Rosie Rushton's Jane Austen in the 21st Century series.[1]

Plot summary[edit]

The book, which was published in 2009, is based on Jane Austen's novel: Pride and Prejudice. It tells the story of the main character, Lizzie Bennet, dumping her boyfriend—Toby. Lizzie's sister, Jane, was surprised by it because Toby is crazy about Lizzie.

It also talks about the mother, Mrs Bennet, telling her five daughters that the family is moving to the new house at Priory Park. At first, the sisters did not feel good about being there but they soon got involved in parties and James Darcy's life.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Love, Lies and Lizzie at Fantastic Fiction