Summary

Gayle Hargreaves has never read a Brontë novel so, when a film crew descends on her small Yorkshire town and her life is thrown into disarray, she isn't impressed.
And she's even less impressed when the handsome actor playing Mr. Rochester starts flirting with her. But she can handle it, can't she? After all, she just isn't the sort to fall for a man in period costume.
Set in the beautiful landscape so beloved of the Brontë sisters, The Full Brontë is a light-hearted novella.
©2016 Victoria Connelly (P)2016 Victoria Connelly
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5 out of 5 stars
By Kraftireader on 20-11-16

Charming and full of character

This was such a delightful story set in a charming Yorkshire village surrounded by the moors. The village and its villagers were brought to life with Jan's wonderful character narrative I felt instantly transported to this wild and wonderful area. When a new film adaptation of a literary classic was being filmed in the village the villagers were full of awe and gossip and were soon swooning over the male actors playing the lead role. Victoria Connelly has written a lovely story full of warmth and humour and I thoroughly enjoyed listening and being swept away.

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