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Juliet Gael is the pen name used by Janice Graham for biographical fiction. Janice was raised in the Midwest and obtained her M.A. in French literature before pursuing graduate film studies at USC and English literature at UCLA in Los Angeles, California. She has lived abroad for more than fifteen years, primarily in Paris, where she worked as a screenwriter. She now makes her home in Florence, Italy. You can find all her novels on her Janice Graham website, along with a bio with all the fun stuff. www.janicegraham.com


Average rating: 3.80 · 1,151 ratings · 345 reviews · 1 distinct work · Similar authors
Romancing Miss Brontë
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Romancing Miss Brontë by Juliet Gael
" I can imagine Charlotte would approve of this book. Honest truth is what she aimed to reveal in her life and to her readership.

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“Perhaps you confuse virtue and convention, gentlemen. Conventionality is not morality, and self-righteousness is not religion.”
Juliet Gael, Romancing Miss Brontë

“There was is Arthur Nicholls much to recommend him to Charlotte Bronte, not least of which was the disparity between surface and soul, and it might be argued that Mr. Nicholls was the hidden gem of the two. Behind a veneer of quiet, ladylike demeanor, Charlotte concealed an acerbic mind and ruthlessly harsh opions on the weaknesses of the human species. Arthur, on the other hand, was the blustery, bigoted sort who could barely open his mouth without offending someone. Yet when the gloves came off, he had a great and tender heart, and was capable of love that would bear all wrongs, endure all tempests - in short, the very stuff that Charlotte took great pains to fabricate in her stories and that she was convinced she would never find.”
Juliet Gael, Romancing Miss Brontë

“It's bakin' day. If they had any care at all of folk, they'd know better that to come on bakin' day."
"They are men," Charlotte replied. "They only care if the bread is baked or not.”
Juliet Gael, Romancing Miss Brontë

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