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It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a large ego must be in want of a woman to cut him down to sizeWhen journalist Jasmin Field lands the coveted role of Elizabeth Bennet in a one off fundraising adaptation of Pride and Prejudice she discovers that the play's director Hollywood heart throb Harry Noble is every bit as obnoxious as she could have hoped Which means a lot of material for her column And a lot of fun in rehearsalsAnd then disaster strikes Jazz's best friend abandons her for a man not worthy to buy her chocolate her family starts to crumble before her eyes and her award winning column hits the skids Worse still Harry Noble keeps staring at her As the lights dim the audience hush and Jazz awaits her cue she realises two very important things one she can't remember her lines and two Harry Noble looks amazing in breeches


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    Originally published as Pride Prejudice and Jasmin Field this was the very first modern adaptation of Pride and Prejudice I read I rather liked the book at the time and gave it 4 stars but on re reading it for the 2nd time I had to downgrade The story is still entertaining and quite well adapted but a bit too obvious We do not only have the modern counterparts of all major PP characters but they are also chosen to play in a theatre adaptation of the very novel for charity cast into their respective roles Double recycling or what? It would have been interesting had Harry Noble aka mordern Darcy been cast into the role of let's say Wickham or Mr Collins on stageBut mostly I had some serious issues with the protagonist Jasmin Field In Jane Austen's novel Elizabeth though cheeky and a bit quick to criticise other people is a delightful character sassy spirited witty and lively Jasmin on the other hand is smug patronising overbearingly judgmental rude and sometimes downright vulgar and not only to Harry Noble aka Darcy but to everyone around her including her sisters and friends Maybe this suits the personality of a journalist but needless to say I found this mix rather repulsive and did not really understand why anyone would find this attractive I admit that the character change brought on by her confrontation with Harry and his revelation letter afterwards seemed spectacular this way and the lessons Jasmin got taught in humility are quite forcible She acts a much nicer person in the 2nd half of the novel altogether but it won't make you forget how unlikeable she was beforeStill all in all it is a pleasant nicely converted consistent story with actual characterisation and plot Believe me I came across much much worse attempts at modern adaptations