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Her Husband's Affection: A Darcy & Elizabeth Pride & Prejudice Sensual Intimate Variation (After the Wedding) Paperback – November 14, 2017
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When looking for books to read, I automatically skip continuing stories from classics, preferring original stories. But if you'd like to read a continuation of Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy, this is one to choose. The author writes in an easier to understand, lighter style than the heavy original ponderous prose. The author did an excellent portrayal of how these interesting personalities might deal with new parenthood.
I rated this 5 stars because it was a well written short story of this genre. And I look forward to more of Cora Aston's work.
I received an ARC of this work for a review.
This showed a bit about Darcy and Elizabeths life after their marriage the birth of their first child.
It totally was so relatable!! It was a short, fast, good read! Don't wait get you're copy today!
Cora Aston is a new author to me, and I hope she trusts her own talent and writes longer stories in her own voice. In this story she stays true to Jane Austen's style and her characters.
If you like "Pride And Prejudice", you'll enjoy this short story.