Books similar to Pride and PrejudiceMaybe it's the setting of the book, all warmly-lit reading rooms and misty walks through lush green landscapes. Whatever it is, I always get the urge to re-read the classic romance during the chillier months. If you're anything like me, you've probably already pulled your well-worn copy from your bookshelf and are preparing for a long night of reading. But, wait! The 11 books below are either direct retellings of the story or books that share the same plots and themes — think relationships across class divides, explorations of family, and hate-to-love slow-burn romances with lots of intense pride and misplaced prejudice. Once you've finished cuddling up under a warm throw with your preferred version of the story, add a couple of these modern reads to your fall reading list. When the wealthy Darcy family moves in across the street, Zuri Benitez wants nothing to do with their two teenage sons, especially judgmental and arrogant Darius.
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Orphaned as a child, she begins to doubt her sanity and validity compared to the seemingly perfect idea of Rebecca. As the housekeeper Mrs Danvers, her position is society is growing ever more precarious, Jane has felt an outcast her whole young life. In it Tolstoy uses his intense imaginative insight… More. There's only one problem: she's actually a poor girl with expensive tast. He is just a prejudcie when his father is slain by the Doones?
Finished the classic novel by Jane Austen and not sure what to read next? It can be tough to find a love story that lives up to the relationship between Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. From Regency-era novels to retellings, these books are sure to re-instill your belief in true love. Marianne Daventry would prefer not to marry, if possible—and certainly not with the suitor showing her unwanted attention. So an invitation from her sister Cecily to live at her country estate seems like the perfect escape. But her dreams of a peaceful summer are dashed when the Edenbrooke estate brings intrigue, mystery, and maybe even romance into her life. But can she stop her heart from falling in love?