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Twelfth Night at Longbourn (Given Good Principles Book 4) Kindle Edition
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Enroute to Pemberley with Miss Darcy and her new companion, Kitty encounters fresh problems. Miss Darcy is not compliant, polite in company and her companion rules that she is not fit to grace the august assemblies at Pemberley. Does this mean that Kitty goes back home? A fresh adventure awaits her with the Bingley's opportune arrival and Mr. Bingley offers to escort her along with his sister as chaperone back to Pemberley. The Bingleys have problems of their own with the behaviour of their sister Caroline so they have mutual stuff to grumble about!
Now it gets to the fairy tale part which was a bit too cloying for me. A pleasant read however. I like PP variations in whatever form. This was a good one and gave one of the hitherto ignored sisters a good airing. Why should Lizzy have all the fun?
The book incorporates unusual interpretations found in other Maria Grace books (i.e.Jane married to Col. Fitzwilliam) and a different interpretation of Georgiana's character (not sure if this, too, was in other books, but it is believable as written). In any case and in this context, it works.
The book feels short, maybe because it happens in such a short period of time and maybe because there is very little action just a lot of thought and internal conflict which, happily, is resolved with amazing ease and very little conflict. Towards the end, she is no longer consumed by self-reproach and knows herself to be worthy, loved and appreciated by her family and the man she has secretly loved. I won't tell you who he is.