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The Inseparable Mr. and Mrs. Darcy: A Pride & Prejudice Variation (A Meryton Mystery) (Volume 3) Paperback – June 18, 2017
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A great combination of investigation, bonding, friendship, and romance.
There are not enough adjectives to do it justice. Read it!
I just loved Darcy and Elizabeth’s story in this book since they are now betrothed to each other. The love and passion between them was just amazing. They both have grown so much since the beginning of the series. You need to read the first two books if you haven’t already to see how wonderfully their love story has been building. Their might be some more love stories building in this book also.
This book was a complete page turner. It was so suspenseful, had lots of twists and turns, which kept me on the edge of my seat from chapter to chapter trying to figure out what was going to happen next. When I got in the final chapters I was completely surprised as I hadn’t figured out who it was (I tried but the plot kept twisting) and why they did what they did as there were several characters that were suspect.
This series is so amazing that you want more. Jennifer outdid herself in this series especially with this book. Well done!!! I hope there is more to come as there are still several stories with the other characters in this series that should be told along with more mysteries.
I received an ARC of this book for a fair and honest review.
This is not a standalone book. You should definitely read the first two in this series in order to not only understand how Wickham and Mrs. Bennet met their ends but also the relationships therein. Mr. Tanner's role in the Darcy family and in Meryton is explained in the earlier stories as well as why Lady Catherine and Lord Harvisham are on the outs and just what Caroline Bingley did to deserve Lady Catherine's censorship.
Mr. Bennet is in mourning, his estate books don't seem to "add up" and he is experiencing some mysterious malady off and on. Is the latter due to his distress over the loss of his spouse and/or the loss of Jane and the soon-to-be loss of his favorite daughter, Elizabeth, additionally? He initially refuses to consult a doctor but is soon forced to do so. Then he is bedridden.
Darcy is worried about whether or not his favorite ladies can become friends. Georgiana seems cool to the idea of a new sister in the form of his bride. Is it the known Darcy reticence or is jealousy at work? Does she fear he will neglect her for Elizabeth?
Mr. Collins has now lost the prospect of Elizabeth as his bride as she is betrothed to Darcy. Collins turns towards Mary but while the readers may think that she is a perfect choice and know that she will save her sisters from being thrown into the hedgerows, does Marcy have the same opinion? She has never been willing to do more than quote Fordyce's Sermons. Does she have feelings? Or will she act out of duty.
This story builds slowly so you must keep alert as clues come your way. This author has a way of surprising even the most ardent mystery reader/detective. And she did it again in this story.
One part of her story that delighted me was the way she gave attention to the sexual chemistry going on between Darcy and Elizabeth. Mr. Bennet won't give his permission for their marriage until Jane and Charles Bingley return from their honeymoon. Although when certain dangers occur Mr. Bennet expresses the need to send his daughter away, out-of-danger. Of course, Elizabeth is going no where when her father is either ill and/or in danger.
But who could possibly benefit from his death? Mr. Collins has a secure and highly desirable position in Kent, as Lady Catherine's parson. Is the steward, who has basically had a free hand for years due to Mr. Bennet's indolence, trying to cover some of his "cooking of the books"? And then there is the fact that Mr. Hurst has been seen riding around near Longbourn and this is strange behavior for that idle man. What could be his purpose?
This was a very interesting read and knowing how Jennifer surprises us in her final pages by her choice of identifying the criminal I did not skim over the details and the interactions written on her pages. Well done.