How does "happily ever after" really work?
With such different personalities, Darcy and Elizabeth surely need to work on their communication skills! Unlike Jane and Bingley, both of whom are easygoing and friendly, the Darcys are definitely a case where opposites attract.
Through their dramatic courtship, Lizzy finally saw through Darcy's rigid pride and sense of duty, and Darcy fell in love with Lizzy's sunny optimism and independence of spirit. Now that they're married, what will happen when their fundamentally different personalities reassert themselves? Uncover the true feelings of one of the world's most famous couples during their first year of marriage.
PRAISE FOR PEMBERLEY MANOR:
"A talented writer with a wonderful feel for Regency."
"An absorbing read from the very first page."
"One to treasure. What a sumptuous book!"
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ljhliesl - LibraryThing
You have got to be kidding me. I was actually indifferent to this. Usually an Austen sequel is so bad by plot or writing or abuse of source that it's risable, but this one, despite its flaws, was ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - jarvenpa - LibraryThing
Well, who could really match Jane Austen anyway? Gotta hand to to Nelson for audacity, and she doesn't write all that poorly, so we might look for a future, non fanfic sort of book. I couldn't help ... Read full review