“This novel had all the essential elements of the original Pride and Prejudice story, but at each turn it was creatively manipulated on a new path that Dixon creates. With each plot development it was interesting to see how different characters said familiar lines. Instead of a common What-If? that inserts some change and then continues forward in an alternate universe often times changing completely, this one was uniquely similar. It was very creatively done and I enjoyed it greatly. ”
– Books Hug Back review of Bewitched, Body and Soul
“I enjoyed the fast pace of this series’ multiple plots. P. O. Dixon’s writing is clear and concise, communicating with ease her characters’ actions and intentions. I thought the way she incorporated several lines from Shakespeare, along with Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice,”was well done.
There’s also a good amount of suspense and angst in this series, which I tend to embrace when I read JAFF books.”
– Just Jane 1813 review of Pride and Prejudice Untold:Fifth Anniversary Commemorative Edition
“Dixon has created a new variation of a classic favorite that is just as romantic and engaging as the original. In all, I foresee Dixon becoming more and more popular as people begin to discover her creative literary voice. I urge you to begin discovering her works on your own as they will be a delight to read.”
“I found To Have His Cake (and Eat it Too) to be an imaginative, emotional, and exhilarating variation of Pride and Prejudice.”
– Austenesque Reviews
“I have not been let down by one of P O Dixon’s books yet, and I look forward to seeing what this creative author comes up with next.”
– Leatherbound Reviews
P .O. Dixon’s Bewitched, Body and Soul: Miss Elizabeth Bennet, an adaptation of the work of Jane Austen, is a fascinating retelling of a classic that millions of readers have enjoyed. I found some of the tweaks and changes intriguing. P.O. Dixon maintained much of the writing style but still left signature touches that give it a slightly different flavor.
– Judge, Writer’s Digest 21st Annual Self-Published Book Awards
I always enjoy reading P O Dixon’s stories! Still a Young Man is a fun read with an interesting twist!
– So Little Time
– Janet T., More Agreeably Engaged, Review of Love Will Grow