Against all expectations, wealthy and well-connected Mr Fitzwilliam Darcy has married Miss Elizabeth Bennet, a penniless young lady who brings nothing to the marriage but her charms. Will Mr Darcy regret his choice? Can the new Mrs Darcy prove her worth to an incredulous and envious society?
This elegant, romantic and faithful continuation of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice explores how Miss Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy might have lived the early months of their marriage, telling their journey in a manner that seeks not to alter the essence of what made their story so unforgettable and beloved to begin with, but to enrich it. It is a story about the bonds of matrimony, a love story about two people entirely different in disposition, experience and background, striving to create a sustainable happiness against the backdrop of friends and relations who either do not understand or do not approve their union.
True to the tone and tenor of the original novel, To Teach the Admiring Multitude is a captivating homage to Austen's beloved Pride and Prejudice. An uplifting exploration of marriage, intimacy, family and forgiveness, admirers of Jane Austen's novels will be delighted with this carefully crafted continuation of her most famous story.