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  • Paperback
  • 298
  • The Muse
  • Jessica Evans
  • English
  • 24 June 2018
  • 9781936009398

10 thoughts on “The Muse

  1. says:

    This review was originally posted on Of Pens and PagesThe Muse one of the first ever modern PP stories I've ever read paved the way for my obsession with modern PP retellings You don't have to read PP to appreciate this gem It works perfectly as a stand alone contemporary romanceA story of pride and prejudice in the world of ballet The Muse stars Elizabeth Bennet a corps de ballet dancer at the New York Ballet theater a

  2. says:

    A modern day Pride and Prejudice in the world of balletStand aloneBlurb Elizabeth Bennet the newest corps de ballet dancer at Ballet Theater of New York dreams of rising through the prestigious company’s ranks to become a prima ballerina When she’s cast in superstar choreographer William Darcy’s newest work she believes she

  3. says:

    I loved it

  4. says:

    This review was first published on Babblings of a Bookworm seen wonderful reviews for this book I was really excited to read it It’s an updated version of ‘Pride Prejudice’ set in the world of ballet Here William Darcy is the former principal dancer of the New York Ballet Theater who has come back to the company as a choreographer He is talented of New York ‘aristocracy’ rich gorgeous and breathtak

  5. says:

    Elizabeth and her older sister Jane are cor

  6. says:

    What a wonderful book Full of sparks emotions fun Such fun to search for all the PP characters and how the author has translated them into modern very well done in my opinionThis is going on my favourites list

  7. says:

    There is a lot to love in this modern tale I enjoy dance romances and this did not disappoint The angst and chemistry between Darcy and Elizabeth is great Even if you don't know anything about the ballet moves you still feel the ten

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    “Dance is the hidden language of the soul” Martha GrahamI checked ’s reviews to see how readers were responding to the story There were 4

  9. says:

    An exciting modern PPJessica Evans is a new author to me I had seen this being posted on a fanfiction site but never got to read it until now This is just another modern PP that keeps knocking away at my dislike of modern PPs Oh I still love my Regency PPs better though authors are writing tolerable moderns lately In The Muse Elizabeth is th

  10. says:

    Wow I loved The Muse This modern Pride and Prejudice variation is set in New York City where Elizabeth is a dancer at the Ballet Theater of New York and Darcy is a choreographer for the ballet Darcy is harsh and curt as he corrects his dancers He wasn't there to make friends and the dancers should appreciate his attention Elizabeth has caught his eye and he is uick to instruct her She awakes his creative juices and so

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The Muse

Les a bad case of artist's block until he meets Elizabeth BennetTempers ignite between Elizabeth and Darcy but he's irresistibly drawn to the stubborn and beautiful corps de ballet dancer Could she be the muse he needs to reignite his passion for balle. Dance is the hidden language of the soul Martha GrahamI checked s reviews to see how readers were respondin

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E's one step closer to realizing her dream until she meets himWilliam Darcy the former dance legend and ballet bad boy is a jaded perfectionist whom dancers both fear and admire Although touted as the next big thing in the ballet world he secretly batt. Elizabeth and her older sister Jane are corps de ballet dancers at Ballet Theater NY They have been cast in the form

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Elizabeth Bennet the newest corps de ballet dancer at Ballet Theater of New York dreams of rising through the prestigious company's ranks to become a prima ballerina When she's cast in superstar choreographer William Darcy's newest work she believes sh. A modern day Pride and Prejudice in the world of balletStand aloneBlurb Elizabeth Bennet the newest corps de ballet


About the Author: Jessica Evans

Jessica Evans cut her writer’s teeth in various fan fiction forums starting at fifteen Although she discovered Jane Austen’s novels as a college sopho she didn’t begin writing Austenesue until several years later The Muse A Pride and Prejudice Variation is her debut novel Jessica teaches sixth grade English in a New York City public school In her spare time she reads a lot of romance.