A completely new and amusing approach to dating, Jane Austen's Guide to Dating includes insightful personality quizzes that reveal which Jane Austen character youand your matemost resemble.Armed with this knowledge, you can learn what to do if you're a Lizzie, but the object of your affection is a Bingley.Check it out now, I think he’ll only be leaving it up for another 24 hours or so.And I’d hate for you to miss out on info this good. You’ll find out exactly if or when you should go in for the kiss... It’s so important that I will personally be there - since there are few things more crucial to your success than this one simple skill.bestseller, clearly rekindling a nation's fantasies of capturing the heart, and nipples, of Colin Firth' -- Independent 20051204 'A very clever, very well executed idea.Ideal for your single gal pals' -- NW Magazine 20051201 'Packed with wit, advice and personality quizzes, this is both an original guide to the modern dating scene and an entertaining companion to the great novels themselves' -- Sainsbury's Magazine 20051001 '[Jane Austen's Guide to Romance] picks the juiciest bits from the Austen archives and presents them as a how to and a how not to, cut-out-and-keep guide to finding your soulmate' -- Daily Mirror 20051001 'A bitch-slap to Fein and Schneider's The Rules, albeit one delivered with a Janeite gloved hand' -- The Times 20051001 'I strongly advise singletons of whatever gender to read it' -- Independent on Sunday 20051001 'Who needs The Rules when you can find your own Mr Darcy using these wise and witty tips from Jane Austen novels' -- Grazia 20051001 '...another bestseller for thirty-somethings' -- Observer"Jane Austen's witty, perceptive and romantic novels have delighted readers for two hundred years. It’s a dating advice book culled from the Austen oeuvre, with chapters entitled things like “Dress Up,” “Find a Man, Not a Guy,” and “Be Quite Independent.” This witty, brief new guide is part of an “Austen advice” mini empire, coming on the heels of Elizabeth Kantor’s rather conservative Certainly, there is infinite wisdom to be culled from Austen (she remains my favorite author).But if we’re continually going back to only one Regency-era authoress for all of today’s dating advice, we’re neglecting the rest of the canon!
"Jane Austen's witty, perceptive and romantic novels have delighted readers for two hundred years.I bought this book because I am an avid Jane Austen Fan and the title intrigued me.Even though I was not entirely expecting a self help book to dating, which was naive of me, I have to say that I am thoroughly enjoying this book.JANE AUSTEN'S GUIDE TO DATING rights that wrong and brings Austen's Regency wisdom into the twenty-first century.This is the only dating guide based on stories that really have stood the test of time.Even the happiest marriages hit rocky ground at some point. Don’t hang around if he or she is just not that into you. Particularly if you’ve lost your “get up and go” down below because of the damned war, but your former girlfriend still encourages you to hang around, get “tight,” and follow her as she flits to various European watering holes and cavorts with bullfighters and (even worse) new-money Jews. Forgive infidelity, but only if you really love the cheater.