A lifelong movie lover and book nerd, Lizzie Shane graduated from Northwestern University and headed off to forge her way in the entertainment industry—an attempt that lasted about five seconds. Following her brief jaunt into showbiz, Lizzie traveled extensively while pursuing her other great love–writing romance novels–and has now written her way through all fifty states and over fifty countries. Lizzie is a three-time finalist for RWA’s RITA® Award and also writes for Hallmark Publishing, but her favorite claim to fame is that she lost on Jeopardy!
She is currently based in Alaska and can be found on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram gushing about her favorite books…and her favorite dogs.
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Struggling to find her modern-day Mr. Darcy, a Jane Austen fan gets more than she bargained for when she swears off men and adopts an adorable puppy.
Dr. Charlotte Rodriguez is single—again—and she blames Jane Austen. She made brooding, aloof men sound oh sodreamy. But after years of failing to find her own Mr. Darcy, Charlotte decides it’s time to swear off dating. She’s going to lavish all her love and affection on someone who actually deserves it: her new puppy, Bingley.
And there’s no one better to give her pet advice than her neighbor and coworker George Leneghan. He’s quiet and patient and, best of all, way too sweet to ever be her type. But as their friendly banter turns flirty, the unimaginable happens—Charlotte starts catching feelings.
Just as Charlotte is trying to untangle what it is she truly wants, George announces he’s contemplating a cross-country move. Suddenly, Charlotte wonders if she’s kept her soulmate in the friend zone so long that she’s entirely missed her chance at a happily ever after. Dear Reader, could it be possible she’s had it wrong all this time?