Match for Mary Bennet: Can a Serious Young Lady Ever Find Her Way to Love?

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Sourcebooks, Inc., Oct 1, 2009 - Fiction - 368 pages
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A unique and inspirational Pride and Prejudice sequel that will resonate with all readers who can relate to Mary Bennet's determination to live according to God's wishes

Written by a Franciscan nun, this is a sympathetic tale of the middle Bennet sister from Pride and Prejudice. Pious Mary Bennet tries to do her duty in the world as she thinks God envisions it.

Initially believing (mistakenly) that her sister Elizabeth married well only in order to provide for her sisters, Mary is happy to be relieved of the obligation to marry at all so that she can continue her faithful works.

But she begins to have second thoughts after further studying marriage through her sisters' experiences as well as spending time with two young men. One is a splendid young buck whose determined courtship must have ulterior motives; the other is a kindly, serious young clergyman whose friendship Mary values more and more. One day she realizes that God very much made man and woman to be together...but which is the man for her?


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Apparently written by a Franciscan nun - though I can find no real evidence to support this - I would recommend this easy read wholeheartedly. Far from the usual Austen sequel industry output ... Read full review

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Elizabeth Bennet Darcy's younger sister, Mary, is quite a serious girl. She has seen a younger sister run off with a many who is not her husband and has sworn not to even mention her name again and ... Read full review


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Eucharista Wardis a Sister in the order of St. Francis of Sylvania, Ohio, with an MA in English. After retiring from teaching she became a licensed nurse's aid and currently works nights in an assisted living residence, where—;;to pass the time—;;she writes sequels to Jane Austen's beloved novels.

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