It is a truth universally acknowledged that Georgiana Darcy should have been expelled after The Incident with Wickham Foster last year – at least if you ask any of her Pemberley Academy classmates. But now she’s back for her junior year, and she needs to prove to everyone that she’s more than just an embarrassment to the family name. How hard can it be? All she has to do is:
- Rebuild her reputation with the marching band (even if it kills her)- Forget about Wickham and his lies (no matter how tempting they still are), and- Distract her big brother Fitz Darcy — helicopter-sibling extraordinaire — by getting him to fall in love with his classmate, Lizzie Bennet (this one might be difficult…)
With the help of her fellow bandmate, Avery, matchmaking ideas lifted straight from her favorite fanfics, and a whole lot of pancakes, Georgie is going to see every one of her plans through. But when the weight of being the Perfect Darcy comes crashing down, Georgie will have to find her own way before she loses everything permanently—including the one guy who sees her for who she really is.
Publisher: Macmillan/Wednesday Books
Publication Date: July 26, 2022
“Move over Lizzie Bennet, Georgiana Darcy’s about to steal your heart!” ―Ashley Poston, bestselling author of Geekerella
“An incredible debut and hilariously heartwarming addition to the Pride & Prejudice canon.” --Jennifer Dugan, author of Hot Dog Girl
“A heroine in possession of her own side of the story must be in want of an iconic, fresh and funny retelling...Accomplished has bewitched us.” ―Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund-Broka, authors of If I’m Being Honest
“Accomplished is what I imagine it would look like if all my favorite Austen heroines united together and raised some hell in 2022.” --Erin Hahn, author of Never Saw You Coming
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Amanda Quain is a writer, indie bookseller, and general life enthusiast. When she’s not shouting about her favorite new books, she loves theatre, baking, rock climbing, marching band, and the overall pursuit of adventure. If forced to choose, Amanda’s favorite Austen hero is Edward Ferrars, though she’ll always have a soft spot for Mr. Bingley. She lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, with her husband and their cat. ACCOMPLISHED is her first novel.