It’s the classic story of four sisters we’ve come to love, and yet we can’t help but wonder. Why did Jo refuse Laurie? What might Laurie have done on the European Grand Tour? What became of Jo’s writing, Amy’s art, Laurie’s music? Would a school have existed without Aunt March? And could Beth possibly have been saved?
This re-imagining of Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women is for all who have ever wondered how things might have worked out differently for the beloved March sisters – the life Beth might have led, the books Jo might have written, the friends they might have made, and the courtship that might have been.
A strongly flowing and ultimately satisfying narrative…Alcott fans would enjoy The Courtship of Jo March immensely. - Literary Flits
Delightful…This book is for fans of Jo and Laurie, and it delivers in that department beautifully. - Into the Writer Lea
Heartbreak, love, grief, passion, victory...Massachusetts, New York, London, Vienna, Paris...Travel into the unknown with the March family! - In the Bookcase
TRIX WILKINS has always longed for an Austenesque ending to Little Women. She avoids housekeeping by going ice skating or on dates with her husband when they can find babysitting, and is still working out what to do with her degrees in journalism and international relations. The Courtship of Jo March is her first novel.
Author blog Much ado about Little Women www.marchandlaurencelittlewomen.wordpress.com