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Caroline's Censure (Darcy Marriage Series) (Volume 3) Paperback – September 22, 2017
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About the Author
Zoe Burton first fell in love with Jane Austen’s books in 2010, after seeing the 2005 version of Pride and Prejudice on television. While making her purchases of Miss Austen’s novels, she discovered Jane Austen Fan Fiction; soon after that she found websites full of JAFF. Her life has never been the same. She began writing her own stories when she ran out of new ones to read. Zoe lives in a 107-year-old house in the snow-belt of Ohio with her two Boxers. She is a former Special Education Teacher, and has a passion for romance in general, Pride and Prejudice in particular, and NASCAR. Zoe is a PAN member of the Romance Writers of America, the Northeast Ohio chapter of the RWA, and the Beau Monde chapter of the RWA. She also belongs to the Jane Austen Society of North America, and JASNA’s Ohio North Coast chapter.
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1st Star - Helped pass time and some laughs,
2nd Star - Good flow (story-telling) and a decent pace,
3rd Star - Well balanced story-telling, kept to the original characters (for the most part),
4th Star - Fun, and funny, serious, and sweet, a good continuation in the series.
Long Description: Again, from my previous comments on this series, it is light, sweet, a tad sour, but everything nice. Downside, a tad fast paced or maybe short; but it's not really that much of a downside either. This latest book in the series is a bit more of a closer I suppose. Overall nice read but it fell a little flat or perhaps a bit predictable in some ways. Was still a fun read and sweet read. I felt the story woulda been more hilarious if other familiar characters mixed more with Caroline. I'd be interested if there was anything further like on Lydia or Colonel Fitzwilliam... but still, an overall nice trilogy. Thanks.
I wish this story were a bit longer. Some parts were rushed. Some parts were dropped. The end chapters had a lot of detail. It was wonderful seeing Jane and Mr. Bingley with backbone. Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy were a bit too besotted. Mr. Bennet took an active part parenting his daughters. This is a story I will read again. Thank you Zoe Burton.
I'm left with the feeling that something is missing. If this book was a meal it would be only appetizers and not the entrees.
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