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Evie and the detective, Charles, were able to get to Pemberly before Crescenda. Evie and Charles have a relationship similar to that of Lizzy and Darcy in the past when they were courting. In fact, Evie's situation makes the private detective sympathetic and give up the case for the greedy client. Darcy meant for all female descendants of any of his sons or daughters to receive benefits because in his day even well-to-do women could be impoverished. How far did he intend that trust to go? He based it on the earnings of his Irish estate while Pemberly went to his son with his male descendants was the trustee. The elderly couple at Pemberly seemed easy-going, but the heir like those before him was a careful trustee of the estate and quite understanding of the nuances.
The writing style was brilliant and wonderful displaying emotion and feeling. The story alternated between present and past with only a few official letters from Darcy at the end of his life. You are sad at their passing, but no one lives forever. This is among the best variations that I have read and totally unique in its style. I would highly recommend this. There is an element of mystery. It was difficult for me to put this down, and it is one I will re-read. So far, I believe this may be the best and most imaginative P&P I have read to date, and I have read too many to count. It certainly has Darcy and Lizzy true to canon.
The only thing lacking is MORE! I wished the book continued on, both in the past and present. How was it for the Darcys after the long-awaited birth of their last child? How do the modern couple fare?