“The author did a brilliant job of keeping to the original story but just adding very saucy and outrageous acts to make it stand out!” says Leetid’s Reading in their review of Mitzi Szereto‘s Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts.
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Mitzi Szereto‘s Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts continues to lure readers and reviewers into its raunchy web.
“… A glorious, breathless gallop through the word-smithing antics based on Jane Austen’s most popular classic novel… Written with Szereto’s deft humor, combined with Austen’s style, the result is a great deal of fun with literature, with scandal and laughter on every page. Laugh out loud funny and arousing by turns, the pace doesn’t flag from beginning to end, every point spot on,” says the Portland Book Review.
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Even the Irish can no longer remain immune to Mitzi Szereto‘s bold and raunchy Jane Austen sacrilege! Here’s what the country’s culture magazine Hot Press has to say about Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts:
“Instead of living happily ever after, Elizabeth and Darcy have faced murderers and zombies. Now Mitzi Szereto gives the classic novel an erotic work-over. It’s not just bodice ripping, but Szereto has thrown in a sprinkling of gay desire and BDSM as well.”
Periscope Press names Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts as among the year’s top picks for good books in their article “The year in books: From the Booker Prize to Roald Dahl’s hut.”
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“What I really liked about Szereto’s rendition is that it made sense and the insertions were much lovelier to read than the inclusion of dead, grizzled walking corpses… So as long as you don’t take your Austen too seriously, I think you will find this version an amusing and titillating treat!” says Girls in the Stacks about Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts.
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“This novel is quite respectful of the original. Szereto’s version is hilarious and accomplished. Who is to say that Jane Austen wouldn’t have written something like this if the zeitgeist of her era had been more like that of ours? In years to come, this book will probably be regarded as a classic in its own right,” says Jean Roberta about Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts.
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“A fan of the original and wondering what all the characters you enjoyed might really be thinking of doing behind all those pleasantries? Give Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts a read and see if you feel the same lusts they do!” say the folks at Bzzingbee.
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“Armed with choice words for the would-be literati who condemn her latest effort, writer Mitzi Szereto becomes Jane Austen by way of Fanny Hill,” says Sexis about Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts and its author.
Find out more about this raunchy retake on the Jane Austen classic as well as the controversy surrounding the book, plus hear what Mitzi and some literary experts have to say on the subject of remaking and sexing up Austen.
“Szereto brings this classic to life, engaging readers in saucy sensual seductions… No character in this classic has escaped the mighty strokes of Ms. Szereto’s pen. She has tweaked this story a bit, spiking the characters’ deliciously rich libidos to high intensity,” says Saucy and Sinful Reviews.
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