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Product Details

  • Series: The Darcy Saga (Book 1)
  • Paperback: 309 pages
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Landmark; 1st edition (March 1, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1402215231
  • ISBN-13: 978-1402215230
  • Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 6 x 8.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (283 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #103,288 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

Editorial Reviews


"It is a real credit to Ms. Lathan that her storytelling style is in keeping with the author of work that inspired this novel. Well done!" - Romance Reader at Heart

"This lovely novel of what comes after the end of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice creates a possible world at Pemberley for Darcy and Elizabeth." - Armchair Interviews

"Mr. & Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy is a scintillating novel that will have readers blushing right alongside Elizabeth Darcy as she and her husband embark upon the rest of their lives as a married couple. " - Savvy Verse & Wit

"If you love Elizabeth and Darcy, you won't want to miss this one." - Diary of an Eccentric

"If you love Jane Austen sequels, please pick this one up. It is quite the wonderful read." - Grace's Book Blog

" enjoy detailed romance first and foremost in a book, you won't be disappointed." - Ex Libris

"Jane Austen fan or not – you're going to love this author's interpretation of life after the wedding as Darcy and Lizzy begin a honeymoon that looks to last forever. Very highly recommended reading." - CK2's Kwips & Kritiques

"If you enjoy enthusiastic romance passionately written featuring the redoubtable Mr. Darcy and his wife, then "I would by no means suspend any pleasure of yours"!" - AustenProse

"Anyone who is a fan of the movie version of 'Pride & Prejudice' starring Kiera Knightley and Matthew MacFadyen will enjoy this continuance of their love story... Well done Sharon Lathan! " - Moonlight to Twilight Blog

"[W]onderfully written and kept me enthralled until the end... Darcy emerges as wonderfully romantic husband. " - Marta's Meanderings

About the Author

Sharon Lathan is the best-selling author of The Darcy Saga sequel series to Jane Austen'sPride & Prejudice. Sharon began writing in 2006 and her first novel, Mr. and Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy: Two Shall Become One was published in 2009. Sharon's ninth novel - Darcy & Elizabeth: A Season of Courtship - is Book One of the Darcy Saga Prequel Duo recounting the betrothal months before the Darcy Saga began. 

Miss Darcy Falls in Love was chosen for World Book Night US 2014.

Sharon is a native Californian relocated in September 2013 to the green hills of Kentucky. She resides with her husband of thirty-years, and grown son. Currently retired from a thirty-year profession as a registered nurse in Neonatal Intensive Care, Sharon is pursuing her dream as a full-time writer.

Sharon is a member of the Jane Austen Society of North America, JASNA Louisville, the Romance Writers of America, the Beau Monde and Hearts Through History chapters of the RWA, the Louisville RWA, and serves on the board of her California RWA chapter, the Yosemite Romance Writers.

For more information about Sharon, the Regency Era, and her novels, visit her website/blog at:

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Customer Reviews

If I could, I would give this book zero stars.
Same publisher, but Sharon Lathan's "Mr and Mrs Fitzwilliam Darcy" is an insult to Jane Austen herself.
A. Eckles
There is no plot at all, the writing is incredibly poor, and there are way too many sex scenes.
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135 of 168 people found the following review helpful By Zip on March 21, 2009
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Trash, trash, trash. Here's a synopsis of the book: "Oh, Mr. Darcy, you're so cute-- I adore you." "Oh, Mrs. Darcy, you are the most beautiful woman on earth, I love you so." Explicit but unimaginative sex for several pages. Cultural or linguistic anacronism. More cooing. More sex. Rinse and repeat.

I've read Berdoll and am happy to have Lizzy and Darcy enjoy the felicity of their marriage bed-- hoo-rah. But this novel is not even close to a sequel to Pride and Prejudice. The characters are sketched from a movie adaptation starring Keira Knightley and Matthew MacFayden. And nothing, but NOTHING, happens in this book.

Where's the character humor? Where's the story?

And--horrors-- this is the first of a trilogy?!? I'll skip the rest.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By rkp1 on February 17, 2011
Format: Paperback
Very poorly written, this book lacks any redeeming qualities, save the lack of melodrama to which some other sequels fall prey. In fact, there's a distinct lack of any plot at all. Other reviewers have already noted the incredibly lame romance scenes, and they're quite right. However, what I found most appalling was the complete lack of any editing for grammar. For example, "... the honeymoon had began." The author has no grasp of the subjunctive tense whatsoever, and changing tenses from past to present within even the same sentence is common throughout the book. Okay, enough for grammatical critique. Let's just say it's really, really bad, and request that the next book be edited for at least grammar by a professional.

Now on to historical details. I'll just list two of the more glaring mistakes. 1. Oil lamps were not used indoors in Jane Austen's era. Sorry, but the detailed descriptions of the cleverly placed oil lamps throughout Pemberley were annoyingly inaccurate. 2. Ladies and gentlemen separated immediately after dinner to allow the gentlemen to smoke and drink for a short time before rejoining the ladies in the drawing (short for WITHdrawing, as in the ladies would withdraw) room. Although the author seems to have figured this out by the mid-way point of the book, she was apparently unaware of it in the beginning, and never went back to re-edit.

While it's great that movies can inspire the imagination, it's a shame to have repeated scenes from the Keira Knightly version of the film that to me were more symbolic than real. There was really no need to favor that particular film's recounting of the story over Austen's own telling.

Lastly, the book is just plain un-readable. The text has no flow to it.
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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 7, 2009
Format: Paperback
I enjoyed this story more for the glimpse into what life might have been like at Pemberley and the portrayal of the supporting characters like the Gardner relatives and servents than the relationship between the Darcy's.

The stories main flaw is that when it comes to the most important relationship in the story it reads too much like overly mushy fan fiction. The narrative is overloaded with the too much they looked longingly into each other eyes and cooing you're everything to me kind of dialogue. And the pacing is very slow.

If you've read Pride and Prejudice of course you want to think that Elizabeth and Darcy had a wonderful married life and lived happily ever after but this portrayal of the early days of their married life is too far removed from Austens own style to be a really good sequel.

If you like amaturish bodice rippers you'll eat it up but if you're looking for a really well written Austen sequel or tie-in book there is a lot better stuff out there.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Pamela L. Baker on April 7, 2009
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If you want to write a Pride and Prejudice sequel in is imperative that you read a Jane Austen novel. As a true lover of all things Austen I was appalled that the author used a poorly adapted movie as her inspiration for this very tedious book.
I have no problems with stretching the story line to include some racy marital bliss - but even with this - I wonder if the author has had sex before, maybe just seen it in a poor movie.
I generally love reading these sequels, in many ways it lets me continue my relationship with two of my most favorite romantic characters of all time. This book is repetitive, clumsy, without a real story line. My Goodness, I hated it.
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29 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Jeana L. Cummings on April 2, 2009
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First - I should have known better when picking up the book and the author flatly states right out that she has never read Jane Austin, nor seen a Jane Austin film prior to the new Pride and Predjudice movie. However, I felt she would do her homework, find out the true style of Jane Austin and write based on the book - NOT THE MOVIE. This book is based soley on the latest Pride and Predjudice movie. Not the closer A&E version, but the Kera Knightly version. It contains page after page of sex - what???? In an Austen novel? Not in this lifetime. There is no plot - just sex. No great adventure, no witty phrases from Elizabeth - just sex and sentence after sentence of stupid endearing phrases that all Jane Austin fans know would never pass the lips of Elizabeth and Darcy. She has turned Lizzy into a brain-less, weepy, crying women - which we all know would never happen. She has turned our beloved Mr. Darcy in to a mushy, love sick idiot spouting poetry and dumb love devotions non-stop. Save the money and just open up your old beaten copy of Pride and Predjudice and enjoy it again - your pocket book will thank you as well as the trees used to print this garbage.
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