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Mr. Darcy's Pride and Joy: A Pride and Prejudice Variation (The Darcy Novels) (Volume 3) Paperback – June 22, 2016
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But as I said Murphy’s Law reigns supreme. I don’t want to give away all that goes wrong but it is multi-layered and involves more than one person of their acquaintance as well as a new person. Jane and Charles Bingley are off on their honeymoon so they are not on hand to support their “sister” and dear friend. You will learn some secrets from Mr. Bennet’s past as well and that of Lady Matlock (Euphemia). The story description does relate that there is opposition from a surprising quarter and that an engagement announcement for Mr. Darcy is announced in the papers. Then there is Caroline Bingley with a bit of luck. Wickham…what is about him showing up in the most unexpected places and ways? Didn’t he go off to war?
We do have our happy ending and even with Darcy not presenting as quite the same character we know in canon I found this to be an enjoyable short read.
The problem is that an issue (a fairly insignificant one at that) was blown out of proportion for chapters on end and everything else that happened was pure fluf and filler. There wasn't anything there to really make you feel involvement or even serious concern. You knew, from the beginning that, whether the issue was resolved or not both parties were determined to marry anyway. So the whole book manufactured irrational and unlikely scenariou to fill pages until Mr. Bennet (the cause of the stupid "issue") finally got around to making a mature and unselfish decision.
Not the best way to spend your time.