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Darcy and Elizabeth: Hope of the Future (Darcy Saga Prequel Duo) (Volume 2) Paperback – August 10, 2017
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About the Author
Sharon Lathan is the best-selling author of The Darcy Saga sequel series to Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice.
Sharon began writing in 2006 and her first novel, Mr. and Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy: Two Shall Become One was published in 2009. With the publication of this novel, Sharon’s series of “happily ever after” for the Darcys totals nine full-length novels and one Christmas themed novella.
Darcy & Elizabeth: A Season of Courtship and Darcy & Elizabeth: Hope of the Future complete the “prequel to the sequel” duo recounting the betrothal months before the Darcy Saga began.
Sharon is a native Californian relocated in 2013 to the green hills of Kentucky, where she resides with her husband of over thirty years. 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 (RWA), the Beau Monde chapter of the RWA, and serves as the website manager and on the board of the Louisville Romance Writers chapter of the RWA.
Sharon is the co-creator of Austen Authors, a group blog for authors of Austenesque literary fiction. For more information about Sharon, her novels, and the Regency Era, visit her website/blog at: www.SharonLathanAuthor.com
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After reading more about Lady Catherine oh I truly despise her character. That scene at the church was just cruel. But Liszt has the last laugh. Love that Mrs Hurst gave Caroline a good sit down.
Will read again and again.
I absolutely love this book! It will be reread countless of times.
I adore this Darcy and Elizabeth. Not portraited as flawless but their strong bond of love, their connected souls and the magnetism between them can be felt throughout the book.
In the last month of their betrothal period the Darcy's, Bingley and Bennet's are in London to shop for the girls trousseau. Darcy ventures on a rather hilarious shopping trip to the mall to buy Elizabeth her wedding present which had me laughing out loud.
Intermingled with lovely tender moments and exciting outings there are Lady Catherine's crusade against the Darcy wedding. Rallying her friends in high sosiety to battle.
Elizabeth introduction to the Matlock's goes rather smoothly but some of the other ladies of the ton are less welcoming.
There are lovely moments of bonding between the new sisters and highly educational conversations with the aunt Gardiner...
The joy of reading this book is amplified by the vast historical knowledge of the author and the tour of regency London was a delight.
Back in Hertfordshire they celebrate Darcy's birthday and they share some lovely tender moments before business calls Darcy back to town. Mrs Bennet uses this opportunity to give some very disturbing advice, especially to Elizabeth... (I loved Jane in this scene.)
ODC has a frank but tender and moving conversation in the library at Netherfield when Darcy is back from town. Their relationship develops both in depth and passion until the wedding ceremony.
I only have one complaint about this book and that is that it ended...
Heartily recommend this book!