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Christmas at Longbourn (Pride & Prejudice Continues) (Volume 4) Paperback – October 25, 2017
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I was looking for something to bring out the memories of this old-time classic for a long time, and Ms. Aminadra's book did the job perfectly!
I am so happy I have found this book! Looking forward to the next volume!
I enjoyed the parts of Mr. and Mrs. Bennet and their banter back and forth and it was very entertaining.
Book 1: Charlotte
Book 2: Rosing
Book 3: Wickham
I have always enjoyed reading my Christmas books in December, so, when I grabbed this one out of my TBR [To Be Read] pile… I did not remember that it was part of a series. Dang! I had not read the previous three books. Oh well, it was surprising that this was OK as a stand-a-lone book.
This story featured the love interests of Mary and Kitty. Kitty had a broken heart which was probably devastated in a previous book. I was horrified as to what happened and can’t say due to spoiling a previous story plot. It was nasty and as usual involved her younger sister… Lydia. Thank goodness Lydia was not in this story. When she was mentioned, she was a pistol… just saying.
Another element/character to this story was the weather. Snow to be more specific. Good Gosh!! This was the winter of the century. If it was this bad in the south… what was it like in the north. Mr. Darcy never once seemed too concerned about what might be going on in Derbyshire. So, I assume… he figured his people could handle it.
Lizzy/Darcy and Jane/Bingley were minor characters to Mary and Kitty. M/M Bennet were pretty much themselves except Mrs. B was a real killjoy. Her mouth ‘runneth over’ with comments that were cruel and harsh. She never once considered that she was hurting her daughters with her thoughts that she should have kept those thoughts between her ears.
There was minimal angst that was unnecessary. What was Kitty thinking? I soon grew sick to death of her whining. However, I should be fair… she had no personality of her own. She had always lived in the shadow of Lydia and her mother ignored her unless it was to discuss Lydia. That also grew tiresome.
Errors: What town was this… Merryton? I did check on the spelling [fertiliser] and it is the British spelling. On another note… Mr. Collins had the incumbency at Pemberley. Poor Darcy; how did that come about? I assume that was discussed in a previous book. Lawd! At 15% Aunt Phillips had arrived and it stated that ‘Mary helped her sister’ should have read… her aunt.
There was a happy ever after and a nice epilogue. I like a good epilogue.