Just want to be j o

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After the publication of Little WomenJo March is shocked to discover her book of scribbles has become a bestseller, and her publisher demands a sequel. While pressured into coming up with a story, she goes to New York with her dear friend Laurie. But despite her growing feelings, her desire to remain independent le her to turn down his heartfelt marriage proposal and sends the boy off to college heartbroken.

But first, we want to share the details of how de la Cruz and Stohl developed their story. You two are longtime friends and bestselling authors in your own right. Jo March is the writer every little girl grows up wanting to be, and I was no different. Then we both wrote the book together, trading it back and forth until we were ready to kill each other over certain lines being in or not. Not really. It was a very passionate project and we got a bit heated because in the end, we really, really, really cared about this book.

We fight like siblings and if you have a sibling you know how bloody that can be. But it was worth it; it always is with us. Well, first the worst, then the best.

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When I waffle on, she cuts me off. When she goes short, I give her loft. What can readers expect?

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I feel like we have known these characters for so long, but then seeing them again on the is such a delight. It was really amazing to see how Jo and her sisters—and her Laurie—still just leap off the even in a retelling. Our book is set in between the publication of Little Women and Good Wives ; the book that we now know as Little Women was originally written and published in two parts. Our book imagines that Jo has published the first book which became a massive success and is now struggling with the sequel, in which she has to finish all the marriage plots she has set up in the first.

No pressure! Almost everyone who re the original book struggles with the same question we had—why would Jo refuse Laurie? And relatedly, why would Louisa May Alcott set up one of the greatest YA romances ever written, only to walk away from it? So our book writes that romance. And—spoiler alert—oh yes. Yes, yes yes! If you thought Professor Bhaer was just an insult, this is the book for you! If you never believed Laurie would end up paired off with essentially his little sister, this is the book for you!

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This is the fan fiction of fan fictions, and we honestly wrote it for ourselves more than anyone else. But also, our book is about what it is to be a girl and a writer when you are also a sister and a daughter, in mourning and in love, in success and in failure. Something Mel and I know all too well. The water was bracing and cold. It took the breath from their chests and the blush from their faces. Neither one of them would ever tell.

For money, Teddy. I ed a contract. Good Wives. Tie up all those loose ends in a nice, neat bow. Marry them off like that. She could only imagine what she looked like, soaked through her two undershirts, with at least one, maybe two vines in her hair. Not that she cared, although it was maddening to realize she might, a little. From a book? She kicked harder, grazing his leg with her toe.

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She yanked her head forward, letting the water drip into her eyes. Jo leaned on his shoulder and he pressed his chin against the top of her head, putting an arm around her to help keep her head up from the surface. Now she could feel his pruned fingers against her arm as he supported her weightlessness easily against him.

Not for my family. Not for me. He pulled her arm around his shoulder so that he was holding her steady. She rested her chin on his cold shoulder. His shirt stuck to his muscled body like a second skin, and she found herself looking away. To any of you. She knew he spoke the truth. Jo shivered. Not at all! How strange it felt, the growing warmth pressing through the cold, cold water.

So comfortable and familiar and welcome, and yet…and yet….

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She kicked across the pond and climbed up the rock, shrugging back into her clothes, dripping wet. And with that, they raced all the way back to Orchard House—chasing and hollering and stumbling, frightening every chattering magpie along the path—until they collapsed in the garden, breathless children again. Share Tweet Submit Pin. How did you collaborate as authors? It was a place for secrets, the swimming hole.

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Their secrets. It always had been. Tags the books the feature jo and laurie little women margaret stohl melissa de la cruz young adult louisa may alcott.

Just want to be j o

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