This is an excellent sequel to Jane Austen's famous work.
I love all the writings by Regina Jeffers, but this story was very special and interesting and the characters well developed and in line with the originals.
She combines a lovely Christmas story with all our favorite characters (along with a few new ones)and beautiful love stories.
Brew a cup of tea, draw back the holly and peek inside the walls of the grand Pemberley estate. Inspired by Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, Christmas at Pemberley unites a... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Library Systems
The first part of the book was "tolerable," but I am of no mind to give consequence or money for a book that descends into triteness and makes me roll my eyes so much I get... Read morePublished 4 months ago by linda
Christmas at Pemberly was a very enjoyable read. I read this book faster than usual, which indicates that Jeffers succeeds at making a good story! Read morePublished 8 months ago by Marlene H.
I am late coming to this book. Although the story is sweet, it is a bit unbelievable as are many of these variations. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Ethel
I love all the writings by Regina Jeffers, but this story was very special and interesting and the characters well developed and in line with the originals.Published 10 months ago by Barda Schlomit Schwarzer
Sometimes I am a little leery of books that are a spin off of a classic favorite. But this novel truly delivers. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Linda Ramey
Not even a nod to Austen. While I enjoyed this book's plot and characters I could not stand the blatant plagiarism.Published 15 months ago by nettieforce1
This is an excellent sequel to Jane Austen's famous work. It continues the story of Jane and Mr. Darcey live's at Pemberley and includes some of her family members.Published 18 months ago by Hope R. Botterbusch
I loved this book. There were a few repeated lines from the original book, but they fit into the story pretty well. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Brezzizle