1. Maria

    oh wow, these are great and so colorful, might NEED them!

  2. Suz

    Totally in love.

  3. Agreed – these are so beautiful.

  4. Karlee

    Agreed. They are beautiful. I would love to see them in action! Where/how do you have them displayed?

  5. Gasp! How utterly wonderful. And somehow the designs don't look in the least bit contrived or out of place.

  6. Bekah:


  7. Simply stunning. I love when the covers are just as beautiful as the books — and these are classics both inside and out!

  8. Beautiful! I missed the first post and am no happy you did a follow-up. I think I need some!@

  9. Just found your blog thru my fave and my best…Love it! Love the books and the wallpapers. You have great style!

  10. I bought my first set thanks to you! I would love to add the new ones. So gorgeous! Thanks for posting this. :)

  11. Oh my I've got some of the first set of the collection, I bought all minus the Austens as I have another style of Austen box set, I'm in Australia is there an online store that distributes the new range and ships internationally?

    I love purty books :D Great quality too.

  12. Jenny can you re-post where to buy these? thanks!

  13. paula

    they are stunning!

  14. I love a beautiful cover/ spine. Even distributing those thoughout a shelf would liven it up!

  15. Cindy

    I love these books. I was able to find all but two of the original ten. Jenny, where did you purchase the latest ten books?

  16. I just pre-ordered them on Amazon!!

  17. I love these. They may find their way onto my Christmas Wish List. Thanks for the reminder.

  18. Perfect birthday present to myself…I ordered the first set thanks to your post!

  19. Evamarie

    The first set is being released on my birthday! Guess what I'm getting??!! ;)

  20. thank you, thank you for posting this! love your blog btw. just bought 3 of the books and am hoping next month i can keep adding on… and the next month, and the next… ;D

  21. Anonymous

    Thanks for the post! Can you let us know where to find the latest set? I found the first set (at least most of it) on Amazon for preorder. But no luck finding these new beauties… Thanks!

  22. Has anyone found these somewhere other than waterstones?

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