Sharon Lathan presents Mr. & Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy, A fascinating portrait of a timeless, consuming love - and the sweetest, most romantic Jane Austen sequel.
It's Darcy and Elizabeth's wedding day, and the journey is just beginning as Jane Austen's beloved Pride and Prejudice characters embark on the greatest adventure of all: marriage and a life together filled with surprising passion, tender self-discovery, and the simple joys of every day.
As their love story unfolds in this most romantic of Jane Austen sequels, Darcy and Elizabeth reveal to each other how their relationship blossomed. From misunderstanding to perfect understanding and harmony, theirs is a marriage filled with romance, sensuality, and the beauty of a deep, abiding love.
WHAT READERS ARE SAYING:
"This journey is truly amazing."
"So beautifully written... making me feel as though I was in the room with Lizzy and Darcy... and sharing in all of the touching moments between."
"What a wonderful beginning to this truly beautiful marriage."
"I love your style of writing, the vocabulary you use, and the way you describe things but still leave things to the imagination."
"Could not stop reading."
"One can visualize, quite accurately, every detail."
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Not worth the money
Not much to the story aside from sex in her whole series.
Forget about it
Horrible lack of plot and they barely left the bedroom. The intimate scenes were a joke of "I love you" and "No, I love you more". Read the first half dozen chapters and then couldn't force myself to waste anymore time on it. Completely disregards any character development and turns Lizzy and Darcy into sex addicts on the soft porn scenes. I am not even sure it deserves a full star.
Not for the Austenites
First, you have to know going into this that it is a sequel to the Keira Knightly movie...so if you loved that movie, you are ahead of the game. I did not love the movie but absolutely adore the book...which I have read several times over 20 years. Regardless, I found that there was little plot...so nothing to engage nor maintain a reader's interest. Next, Aside from the constant love making, which became tiresome from a reader's POV, the lovers language was sappy and overly flowery. I cannot imagine Darcy...or Elizabeth being so outrageously and constantly professing their utter and undying love. The constant sugar dripping from the pages could have been lessened to ensure sweet moments were actually special. As it was, I found myself skimming a lot of the sugar and love making in search of a plot. Finally, the language did not follow Austen prose. If it had, though the other points remain valid, perhaps it would have made for a slightly more enjoyable though still fluffy read.