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So Into You (The Jane Austen Academy Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Ellie is Lizzie's best friend at JASTA, and she has feelings for Edward, but boyfriend troubles are the least of her problems. After the headmistress informs her in front of the entire school that her tuition hasn't been paid, Ellie finds out from her parents that they're adopting a baby and opening a new yoga studio... in Guatemala!
Ellie hates the fact that she has to leave JASTA, but what can she do? She can't force her parnets to pay her tuition can she? But when the headmistress offers her a possible solution, Ellie knows that she has to go for it, even if it means trying to beat everyone else in mathematics exams to win the fall achievement award which covers tuition until thanksgiving.
Can Ellie really do enough to stay at JASTA though? And will Lizzie's plan to stop the proposed name change really work?
This was a fun, light read. Again, I've still not read anything by Jane Austin so I can't say how close the story is to that of `Sense and Sensibility', but I did enjoy it!
Ellie had some hard choices to make, but I loved how loyal her friends were, and how she thought of others before herself.
I thought that Ellie's parents and Edward were both unfair to Ellie, but Ellie was strong enough to go on regardless.
I also liked how the storyline from book 1 - `Fall for you' continued on into this book.
Overall; a fun, light, teen read
7 out of 10.
Just like the first book in this series, this makes for a great contemporary YA. I really loved Ellie as a character. She was sweet, and nice, but what I liked most about her, is that she had some really great character growth through this novel.
I liked the take on the relationship with Edward, I thought it was updated to work well within a modern setting, and so I really enjoyed that aspect of it.
I would say that I would have liked to of seen more of their relationship develop. There weren't really a tonne of scenes with the two of them in together, or really, even with her talking about him. Having said that, the moments that they were together in this novel, were really sweet and had me smiling endlessly.
This book, just like the first is cute and fun. It's well written and has some really great characters, and once again this is a book which I could easily read over and over again.
What I really loved about this book, is that it didn't drop in quality from the first one. It was still really enjoyable, and that was fantastic. It's also made me eager to finish the rest of the series, because these books are so light hearted and fun.
I'm really enjoying seeing all of the modern twists on these classic Austen novels.
Overall, I would definitely recommend this book, and the series so far is really good.
Let me state that I have never read a Jane Austen book (yes, I know that's pretty embarrassing) so I don't know the characters these books are based on and that makes no difference to my enjoyment level at all. Sure it would be fun to notice the similarities but its not essential.
This series has such a great group of friends in it that I would compare them to something like Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants, while each book gives a girl her time to shine the other girls appear and show what a tight little group they are. This one focuses on Ellie who attends the Jane Austen Academy, she has a huge crush on fellow student Edward when suddenly her parents announce they are moving and she will have to leave the Academy. It shows her fight to stay and has plenty of romance, surprises and of course string friendship.
I'm so glad I found this series and can't wait to read the rest.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is really a YA fiction book. A bit too twee for my liking, but I am sure the younger audience will enjoy it.Published 20 months ago by Paula Woods
Love the fact that Emma is Marianne in this, makes it like the original, but different enough to see it as something else.Published 23 months ago by FilmTVgeek
I didn't find this book reach out to me as it went on about theme thing for a while I probably won't read this againPublished on 24 Jun. 2013 by keith Nelson
A great book considering it's free so it's definitely worth giving it a try. Good storyline with likeable characters, 5 stars.Published on 12 April 2013 by Charlotte