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Sass & Serendipity by Jennifer Ziegler
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May 29, 11

bookshelves: bad-reads

Basic rip-off of Austen's classic work with a few modern family twists. Instead of eviction from the family home for inheritance, it's rising rent. Instead of a quiet father, it's a divorced household. Daphne and Gabriella have no real personality beyond the broad strokes of love sick and bossy, respectively. In addition to the mediocre writing and characterization, the cover is another strike against the book. Despite the last name Rivera and Spanish affections, the girls on the cover could in no way pass for Hispanic Americans, and a shrub hedge and expansive lawn have no place in the run down Texas town in which the girls live. Bad bad bad. cS
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