Pride and Prejudice and the City by Rachael Lippincott
Audrey, at seventeen, has been dumped, waitlisted for her dream college instead of getting in, and lost the spark she desperately needs for her art. But then she catches a coin that sends her back to 1812 - and into the path of Lucy, a gentleman's daughter who hides her true self and is destined for a loveless marriage. Audrey desperately wants to go home... but what if there's a reason she's there?
Oh my goodness. How cute was that! I'm glad I took a chance on this book - I nearly didn't, because the title is legitimately awful (though apparently it's also published with "Pittsburgh" instead of "the City", which is... marginally better) and it's also weird because this book might have a Regency setting, but that's where the resemblance to Jane Austen ends. Anyway, this sapphic time travel romp was a blast and I'm ever more delighted by the glorious amount of bi rep in books these days.
Alyce Caswell, when she isn't drinking her way through a giant pot of tea, can be found dabbling in multiple genres and writing forms. She has self-published several titles in her space opera family saga, which is divided into two series: The Galactic Pantheon and The Pantheon War. Her most recent book is The Shadow of the Gods.
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