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Nternet; Polly must find a match for Mr Fisk And while she's at it it wouldn't hurt to find Clementine Polly's teenaged sister a beau worthy of her so she can shed that brute Clint Polly's plans are in full swing so she definitely cannot be bothered by the advances of classmate Brad BarkerBut maybe Polly should have turned her attention to Miss Austen's Emma next because she uickly learns the pitfalls of playing matchmaker How will Polly patch up her own relationships while ensuring that destined love can take its course..

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Scones and SensibilityArk> Prejudice and Anne of Green Gables twelve year old Polly decides her purpose in life helping along lonely hearts in search of love Polly's only task this summer is to make deliveries for her parents' bakery leaving ample time for this young cupid to find hearts to mend beginning with the kite store owner Mr Nightuist who will pair perfectly with Miss Wiskerton the unfairly labeled town curmudgeon Polly's best friend Fran Fisk is in desperate need of a mother ever since hers ran off with a man she met on the I.

Scones and Sensibility characters Ø 108 Lindsay Eland knew she wanted to be a writer ever since fifth grade when she won an honorable mention for her book “What Can You Learn From a Giflyaroo” The Scones and Kindle - book received rave reviews and was highly acclaimed among her family members Sadly with only ten hard bound copies produced the book is now out of print In high school and early college Lindsay traveled to India and had the privilege o.

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  • Jenn Estepp

    Scones and Sensibility characters Ø 108 Scones and Sensibilityi'm such a sucker for a pretty book cover and i still think that this one is a beauty but it also raised expectations already somewhat elevated by some advanced praise i read of the book alas it didn't uite live up to either which is a darn sham


  • Yan

    Scones and Sensibility characters Ø 108 Scones and SensibilityScones and Sensibility when first revealed is a charming book with an eually charming main character The novelty soon dies in the middle of t


  • Andrea

    Scones and Sensibility characters Ø 108 Scones and SensibilityPolly Madassa is uite the winsome character and I adore her She takes her favorite novels very seriously allowing them to inspire the way she dresses talks and interacts with others With books as her guide she tends to get lost in whimsical fantasies and has a flair for the dramatic But her heart is in the right placeThough she sometimes slips up and talks like a modern girl her narration is very much like reading novels by Jane Austen and Lucy Maud Montgomery It was refreshing And you really can't blame a girl for wanting a world filled with chivalry romance and cordial behaviorUnfortunately Polly is only twelve years old and hasn't experienced love on her own The onl


  • QNPoohBear

    Scones and Sensibility characters Ø 108 Scones and Sensibility12 year old Polly Madassa dreams of the days when Elizabeth Bennet walked the halls of Pemberley with Mr Darcy and Anne Shirley and Gilbert Blythe Anne of Green Gables rambled down Lover's Lane Polly lives and breathes her two favorite novels even attempting to speak like a 19th century heroine In the small seaside town where her parents own a bakery Polly searches for real life Elizabeths Darcys Annes and Gilberts for her nearest and dearest She also wants to regain the affections of her dearest sister and must deal with an unwanted suitor Thoug


  • JG (Introverted Reader)

    Scones and Sensibility characters Ø 108 Scones and SensibilityAt the tender age of 12 Polly Madassa has discovered Jane Austen and fallen hopelessly in love Convinced that she's an Austen heroine born in the wrong time Polly walks around her modern town speaking in Austen's flowery prose She's only read Pride and Prejudice and so has not learned Emma's lesson about meddling Polly goes about delivering baked goods from her family's bakery and trying to


  • Carmela Coyle

    Scones and Sensibility characters Ø 108 Scones and SensibilityLucy Maud Montgomery and Jane Austen book fans will enjoy this modern day middle grade story I did It's breezy and fun Wittingly twelve old Polly Madassa channels revered literary idols Anne Shirley and Elizabeth Bennett as she goes about her business and that of many others in a dreamy coastal town Her self proclaimed sole purpose is to devise ways to assist townsfolk in finding true love She speaks with the lilt of bygone days and thus the story unfolds with triumphs and troubles


  • Anna

    Scones and Sensibility characters Ø 108 Scones and SensibilityAfter reading Pride Prejudice 12 year old Polly decides to emulate her new romantic role model Elizabeth Bennet who surpasses her previous one Anne Shirley of Anne of Green Gables by becoming a matchmaker during her summer vacation while making deliveries for her parents' bakeryThe title is a bit of a misnomer The story had in common with Green Gables than Austen The first chapter was fine and I was expecting a kind of Flavia de Luce character By the end of the second chapter the language and situations became really cloyingNice ideauick uick read


  • Stefanie

    Scones and Sensibility characters Ø 108 Scones and SensibilityThis book was utterly adorable Polly was a great main character and I loved how the entire thing was written like we were actually there with Jane Austen even though it takes place in the twenty first century There were a couple time


  • Becky R.

    Scones and Sensibility characters Ø 108 Scones and SensibilityI really wanted to like this book with its cute premise of a young girl infatuated with all things Jane Austen the pastry shop and multiple courtships but I just didn't While it might be because the 12 year old character Polly grated on my nerves with her endless talking as if she somehow was a Romantic period character I simply couldn't shake my annoyance over her behavior Yes Polly was cute the way a 12 year old is supposed to be cute but I didn't really believe her either I couldn't see a girl of her age getting Jane Austen the way she claimed and if she did I couldn't help but feel that this little girl needed experiences to add to her fantasiesOn the cuteness factor this story is definitely thatcute I really would like to hand the book over to a younger reader to see how they respond Although not realistic in a lot of ways I suppose that really is what reading is about a fantasy story that asks what if for us So maybe Polly is


  • Kimberly Derting

    Scones and Sensibility characters Ø 108 Scones and SensibilityPolly Madasa is darn near one of the cutest protagonists I've read I fell hard for her uirky ways A lover of all things uaint and romantic Polly is like a fish out water in the rough and tumble 21st Century She prefers candlelight to electric lamps carriages to cars and good old fashioned courting to today's internet dating When she decides to take her town's romantic interests into her own hands silly matchmaking and hilarity ensues