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The Paradise Project [PDF] ✎ The Paradise Project By Suzie Andres – Polishdarling.co.uk Have you ever kept a New Year s Resolution Elizabeth Benning hasn t, but she s determined that this will be her year Like Elizabeth Bennet before her, Liz Benning doesn t work, lives at home, and take Have you ever kept a New Year s Resolution Elizabeth Benning hasn t, but she s determined that this will be her year Like Elizabeth Bennet before her, Liz Benning doesn t work, lives at home, and takes pride in her resourcefulness, but when she resolves on a yearlong project to be happier, it looks like her ambition has outrun her abilitiesEnter a love interest conniving The Paradise PDF or than Wickham, a blonde cold enough to freeze out Caroline Bingley, and Elizabeth s paradise project is heading for disaster She s never been so unhappy, but if she can discover which hero is straight out of her beloved Jane Austen, she might yet take the prize for happiest ever after.


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10 thoughts on “The Paradise Project

  1. Sarah Sarah says:

    This book is a delightfully light readand I loved it for all the reasons I love Jane Austen books.It s a romantically inclined book about Liz Benning, whose life has distinct parallels to Elizabeth Bennet from Jane Austen s Pride and Prejudice Part of the fun of reading this book is experiencing Liz s mishaps and misunderstandings and realizing how they tie in to Austen s novel.Liz is the kind of character who I found myself relating with a little too muchthe world is against her, thoug This book is a delightfully light readand I loved it for all the reasons I love Jane Austen books.It s a romantically inclined book about Liz Benning, whose life has distinct parallels to Elizabeth Bennet from Jane Austen s Pride and Prejudice Part of the fun of reading this book is experiencing Liz s mishaps and misunderstandings and realizing how they tie in to Austen s novel.Liz is the kind of character who I found myself relating with a little too muchthe world is against her, though she s admittedly blind to her own shortcomings.The premise behind the book is that Liz is going to have a happiness project over the course of a year, spending every month focusing on something to bring herpersonal happiness.Given that her brother in law who s up for picking on Liz in any way he can has a bit of a bet with her about itand an interest in getting her to help him with his projects, there s layers of laughter throughout the book.At one point, I found myself wondering if it would be a happy ending I mean, how can it be an Austen like book without that And therein lies some of the delight the path to happily ever after is full of rocks and twists and chuckles


  2. Kristen Vogel Kristen Vogel says:

    If you are looking for a clean, fun, romantic comedy, this is the book for you It is clear that the author loves books herself, and there are some fun surprises in store for you in this book Very enjoyable


  3. Elisabeth Elisabeth says:

    This book was really fun The main character felt real, a character I couldn t help get invested in I groaned over and over in embarrassment for her, I got mad with her, I laughed at her I couldn t put it down, staying up all night reading it It was fun, appropriate for all ages.I particularly enjoyed it, having grown up in the small town and around the college where it is based I enjoyed finding all the references to my home.


  4. Ursi Engebretsen Ursi Engebretsen says:

    I love this book so much If you like Jane Austen novels, you should read it you ll recognize an Elizabeth Bennett, a Mr Darcy, a Miss Bingley, and a Mr Wickham or is heMr Collins Even if you haven t read any Jane Austen, you should still read it The characterization is great, the humor is hilarious, and the plot is terrific


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10 thoughts on “The Paradise Project

  1. Sarah Sarah says:

    This book is a delightfully light readand I loved it for all the reasons I love Jane Austen books.It s a romantically inclined book about Liz Benning, whose life has distinct parallels to Elizabeth Bennet from Jane Austen s Pride and Prejudice Part of the fun of reading this book is experiencing Liz s mishaps and misunderstandings and realizing how they tie in to Austen s novel.Liz is the kind of character who I found myself relating with a little too muchthe world is against her, thoug This book is a delightfully light readand I loved it for all the reasons I love Jane Austen books.It s a romantically inclined book about Liz Benning, whose life has distinct parallels to Elizabeth Bennet from Jane Austen s Pride and Prejudice Part of the fun of reading this book is experiencing Liz s mishaps and misunderstandings and realizing how they tie in to Austen s novel.Liz is the kind of character who I found myself relating with a little too muchthe world is against her, though she s admittedly blind to her own shortcomings.The premise behind the book is that Liz is going to have a happiness project over the course of a year, spending every month focusing on something to bring herpersonal happiness.Given that her brother in law who s up for picking on Liz in any way he can has a bit of a bet with her about itand an interest in getting her to help him with his projects, there s layers of laughter throughout the book.At one point, I found myself wondering if it would be a happy ending I mean, how can it be an Austen like book without that And therein lies some of the delight the path to happily ever after is full of rocks and twists and chuckles


  2. Kristen Vogel Kristen Vogel says:

    If you are looking for a clean, fun, romantic comedy, this is the book for you It is clear that the author loves books herself, and there are some fun surprises in store for you in this book Very enjoyable


  3. Elisabeth Elisabeth says:

    This book was really fun The main character felt real, a character I couldn t help get invested in I groaned over and over in embarrassment for her, I got mad with her, I laughed at her I couldn t put it down, staying up all night reading it It was fun, appropriate for all ages.I particularly enjoyed it, having grown up in the small town and around the college where it is based I enjoyed finding all the references to my home.


  4. Ursi Engebretsen Ursi Engebretsen says:

    I love this book so much If you like Jane Austen novels, you should read it you ll recognize an Elizabeth Bennett, a Mr Darcy, a Miss Bingley, and a Mr Wickham or is heMr Collins Even if you haven t read any Jane Austen, you should still read it The characterization is great, the humor is hilarious, and the plot is terrific


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