Book Review: Sense and Sensibility: A Latter-Day Tale by Rebecca Jamison
It's true. This book really will capture your heart. Well-written and well-thought out, Sense and Sensibility: A Latter-Day Tale is a sweet romance that explores different approaches to new love in the wake of heartbreak and disappointments. Jamison does a fantastic job adapting this classic into a modern style, always a risky business when so many people love the original. While much of the point of the story is dependent on Elly and Maren having perhaps exaggerated and potentially one-dimensional personality traits, Jamison's characters are crafted with depth and complexity. I loved the LDS spin on the story and did not find it overwhelming or detracting in any way. Readers of clean and sweet contemporary romance will adore this story. I highly recommend it, as well as Jamison's other novels, Persuasion and Emma.
Rebecca Jamison loves a good romance, especially anything by Jane Austen. Rebecca grew up in Vienna, Virginia. She attended Brigham Young University, earning a BA and MA in English. In between college and grad school, she served a mission to Portugal and the Cape Verde islands. Rebecca and her husband have six children. She enjoys running, making jewelry, reading, and watching chick flicks.You can learn more about Rebecca at rebeccahjamison.com.