Also, I'm always sort of "eh" on anything with an overarching faith-based approach to self-help. It addresses sex and physical boundaries, but it isn't fixated on it thank goodness. It is another thing to have loved and been lied to. What the- Given the sheer amount of real life examples, Lauren Henderson must have at least hundred friends, yet all of them are straight?
View 2 comments. She cleverly reinterprets some of the basic rules of courtship from Regency times to fit the 21st century dating scene with some instructions and sensible advice which remain as pertinent now as they were years ago.
I was startled when I saw there's actually a quiz at the end of the book to see what kind of heroine you are and a summary of all Jane's novels, and character analysis of romantic character. Using the characters in each of Austen's six major works as examples, the author then goes on to apply those lessons learned from the way each character behave The author did her dissertation on social mores in Jane Austen's novels, but her analysis of what's true about relationships far transcends any mere intellectual critical analysis of Austen's writing style.