What do you read if you're too young for Jane Austen, but you love great stories and sweet romance? Jane Austen's little sister!Written in diary format, this is a completely fresh take on the themes in Jane Austen's classic Pride and Prejudice. From the outside, Stella has it all. She's inherited her mum's multi-million dollar empire, Fletcher Media, she gets to hang out on fashion shoots and lunch with celebrities rather than go to school, and she has an army of servants to cater to her every wish. When Alex Dudek, the son of Polish immigrants, starts as an intern at Fletcher Media, he immediately takes Stella for a spoilt rich airhead. And Stella thinks he's nothing more than a cold indie snob. But when they're forced to work together on a research project for Besties magazine, they can't help but get to know each other a little better... Could Alex have misjudged Stella? And will Stella let go of her pride long enough to admit she might have been wrong about Alex? A fabulously fun read for tweens! Ages: 9-12
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