This sequel to "Assumed Engagement," a variation of Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice," follows Mr. and Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy after their wedding. When they return to Pemberley after their wedding journey to Paris, they begin their lives anew. Darcy works to get the school for the deaf started and Elizabeth learns her role as Mistress of Pemberley. Kitty visits Pemberley as Georgiana's guest, and the two grow in their friendship while searching for love. This sequel also addresses the issue of how it came to be that Darcy visited Ramsgate in time to rescue Georgiana from Wickham's clutches.
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By Christina Boyd
Sep 22, 2009
"Nice follow-up story to Assumed Engagement" I enjoyed this story; I found it low in angst and high in sweet romance. I liked the Kitty and Georgianna friendship and story-line. It's a terrific happily, ever-after with an interesting take on the Darcy's as they learn to be a married couple, as well as cultivate relationships in the community. I am happy to recommend this book and glad to own it!
"Great Book" I thought this was a great follow up to Assumed Engagement, and a good P&P sequal. Georgiana Darcy plays a big roll in this one along with Kitty. I don't want to give a way too much, but there were some fun plot twists. Wickham, though having a small roll, is at his most wicked. There are also some great new characters. I really like Kara Louise's books and glad this was finally available to order in print. It is well worth the money.
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