She’s still hung up on the boy next door… and now
he lives downstairs.

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About Leave It to the March Sisters

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Amy Marsden has a lot in common with Amy March in Little Women. She’s an artist, her sister Jo is a writer—and she's sure that Theo, like Theodore Laurence in Alcott’s novel, loves Jo. Now if only he’d have a change of heart, as he does in the book, and fall in love with Amy …

About Annie

Annie has been a voracious reader since discovering fairy tales at the age of five. Proud of her career as a librarian, she now endeavors to share her love of classic literature with her readers.


“This modern take on Little Women features Bronte brooding and rom-com banter - a classic romance with a contemporary twist.”

Jenny Holiday, USA Today bestselling author (Leave It to the March Sisters)


“...delivers plenty of tongue-in-cheek literary witticism and small-town heart. The novel's heart lies in its quirky, memorable characters."

Publishers Weekly (Blame It on the Brontes)


“The door is left open for future classic-based frolics. A slightly hotter take on a warmly regarded classic."
Kirkus Reviews (Leave It to the March Sisters)

“Sereno’s novel is witty and entertaining, and fans of the Bronte sisters will undoubtedly appreciate the fun she has nodding to their books.”

Kirkus Reviews (Blame It on the Brontes)

“Sereno handles her characters' transition from friends to lovers with grace and includes just enough echoes of Alcott's original to enchant Little Women aficionados while keeping them guessing."
Publishers Weekly (Leave It to the March Sisters)

“Sereno deftly captures the cozy essence of Midwestern life. Sereno is a gifted writer and readers will watch for her next book."

Booklist (Blame It on the Brontes)

Also by Annie

Blame It on the Brontes

Just who is writing those steamy novellas about the imagined sex lives of literary couples? Her career at stake, English professor Athena Murphy is determined to uncover the bestselling author’s identity. Even if it means seeing the man who broke her heart—twice—nearly every single day. After all, third chances only happen in romance novels.