Miss Darcy Falls in Love
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Miss Darcy Falls in Love (Darcy Saga Companion Novels)

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The choice of a lifetime...

One young lady following her passion for music. Two strong men locked in a bitter rivalry for her heart. A journey of self-discover, and a trap of her own making. Georgiana Darcy is going to have to carve out her own destiny, however ill-equipped she may feel.

Noble young ladies were expected to play an instrument, but Georgiana Darcy is an accomp...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published November 1st 2011 by Sourcebooks Landmark
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Sandy M
With this sixth book in Sharon Lathan’s Darcy Saga series, she takes a turn from the loving couple who started her writing career for her and gives us a look at Fitzwilliam’s sister, Georgiana. We’ve watched her grow from a quiet and shy girl into a confident and intelligent young lady, as well as a brilliant musician. It’s a nice change of pace, and Ms. Lathan does Georgiana proud.

On the trip of a lifetime meeting new friends, seeing exciting places, and gaining more experience and knowledge in...more
Laura Hartness
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Staci
Nov 19, 2011 Staci rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommended to Staci by: Sourcebooks
Shelves: 2011-reads
First thoughts after finishing this book: To quote Georgiana,-"I am wildly and wantonly satisfied."
(fromMiss Darcy Falls in Lovepage 254 in the ARC; finished version may be different)


I'm really glad that I took the chance to read a Lathan book again. Earlier this year I read one of her books and felt the sex was the story and there really wasn't a plot. Well, I'm glad to say that I think the author has listened to her readers and pulled back on the over-the-top sex. None of that really happens u...more
Blodeuedd Finland
This book is part of a series, but it works wonderfully as a stand alone novel, as the other books have been mostly about Lizzy and Darcy, and in this one it is Georgiana who takes the stage. So this is fully her book as we do not even get to meet Lizzy and Darcy. Sure you can read all the ones before, but you can also enjoy it as it is.

I do love my PP stories, but I love the side characters just as much, and it was wonderful to see Georgiana fall in love, and with a man who fits her so well. Sh...more
Becky R.
In the characteristically romantic style of author Sharon Lathan, Georgiana Darcy's story feels nothing like a departure from our most famous Darcy couple, but feels more like a beautiful continuation within the family. For fans of Pride and Prejudice, I think that most readers will agree that we want to see Georgiana happy in love someday, especially after all that she endured with George Wickham. Now as an adult, and seeing the wonderful relationship of her older brother with Elizabeth Bennet,...more
Romancing the Book
Review by Molly: I love Ms. Lathan's work! She really made a story pop and come to live with this unique twist on Jane Austen's work. For some reason, I never really like Miss Darcy's character in other works. She just seemed a bit off and too quiet for my likings. But, Sharon Lathan really created a story for Miss Darcy that really caught my heart.

I loved how Ms. Lathan took a time in history and brought it to life with her characters and plot line. Miss Darcy's story is uniquely written. Watc...more
Judy & Marianne from Long and Short Reviews
Originally posted at: http://longandshortreviews.blogspot.c...

Was Pride and Prejudice your favorite Jane Austin book? It was mine, and the story Miss Darcy Falls in Love brings readers back to that world; this time, focusing on Mr. Darcy’s sister, Georgiana. I admit, I was also drawn to this book because Georgiana is a musician, and so is the hero of the story, Sebastian, and music happens to be one of my things. It’s also set in Paris, another intriguing quality.

The writing is excellent. The au...more
Kim
In Sharon Lathan’s newest venture into the world of Pride and Prejudice, readers are given a chance to fall in love with one of Austen’s minor characters, Georgiana Darcy. For those that have been following Lathan’s Darcy Saga, you’ll know that Georgiana falls in love at the end of The Trouble with Mr. Darcy. Readers who are not familiar with the previous storyline, will be able to retrace her courtship in Miss Darcy Falls in Love, and experience the entire thing from the beginning.

Georgiana Dar...more
Charlene
This is definitely my favorite book by Sharon Lathan!! The story starts out while Georgiana is in Europe. She meets up again with a Mr Butler who she previously met in London during her coming out. Mr Butler shares a love of music with Georgiana and the become fast friends. Georgiana is thrown into the social culture in France and is having a great time. Meeting new friends and posible suitors. This is where the story gets intriguing and has lots of angst. Georgina does not know her own heart ye...more
Carolyn Borgen
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In this book Miss Darcy is very much in love with music and active in her playing. You could feel her struggle throughout the story between her love of music and what was expected of her...marriage, babies, and helping with the house. How could one be a mother and continue to write music? This is a minor theme but really hit home for me.

There is a constast between two of her suitors on this point. One is pushing her to become more...more
Pamela
This book got high marks from me because I have seen such growth in this author, and her writing style. I really enjoyed this book. The story moved along, and told a very entertaining story. This is a romance novel, about Georgianna Darcy. I was always interested in her as a character, and I feel that the author gave her a great story.
Eileen Dandashi
Calling All JAFF Followers. Have you read MISS DARCY FALLS IN LOVE By Sharon Lathan?

"Lathan has another home run hit on her hands here. Her name is certainly solidified with what good Jane Austen fan fiction should be. If you haven't given her novels a try, I suggest you do. Fast-paced and always full of the romance we all dream about, Miss Darcy Falls in Love is not one you'll want to miss. 4.5 out of 5 Regency Stars" - Austenprose

"I would recommend Miss Darcy Falls in Love to all those who lov...more
Jess Swann
Alors... de retour dans le monde idéal de Sharon Lathan... Ce roman est centré sur l'histoire d'amour de la jeune sœur de Darcy et ça passe beaucoup mieux... Ok l'histoire est cousue de fil blanc, cependant l'auteure propose une Georgiana attachante et remplie d'interrogations. Sa relation avec Sebastian et le Baron sont bien décrites et développées tout comme la place de son nouveau chaperon. J'ai beaucoup apprécié la sensibilité de l'histoire et le rapport à la musique. Le tout est léger et n'...more
Jeanne
This is a free book for World Book Night, April 23, 2014. I like to read one of the books before I give them away. In case the recipients have any questions.

Georgiana Darcy is following her passion for music. And finds a kindred spirit in Sebastian Butler and they form a wonderful friendship. In their minds they wonder if it might be something more, but they're to shy to make their thoughts know to each other. In the mist Georgiana is introduced to Lord Caxton, who finds her to be to his liking...more
Maliha
I am an idiot. I should’ve expected the sole focus of this book to be love from the the title but still I expected a little more diversity in content. Some may argue that there were undertones of the woman’s plight and classical music..but..even these points were littered with cheesiness and naiveté. Overall, I learned very little from reading this book. I guess my knowledge about classical music may have increased a little? But really it was just abut some chick falling in love. Love that proba...more
Christine Morehouse
Review is in the works. Will be posted shortly.
Sue
I have to say I was pleasantly surprised by this novel. The sensual parts were confined pretty much to the last 30 pages or so of the novel. Which I appreciate tremendously. Not being a music afficianado I had a bit of a hard time with some of the parts. I'm sure if I would have taken the time to look up definitions I would have gotten more out of it. There were times I couldn't tell who was speaking in the dialog and that was a bit frustrating or confusing which was due to the format I believe....more
Lizzy G
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Polly Watson
Dec 02, 2013 Polly Watson rated it 1 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: NO ONE
I picked up MISS DARCY FALLS IN LOVE by Sharon Lathan because it is on the list of books for World Book Night 2014. I'd heard of authors writing novels in the style of Jane Austen and I've always been curious and intrigued by them; I just haven't had a chance to read one until now. Sadly, I was VERY disappointed. This novel is slow, taking forever to get to the point of any scene or detail. It drags worse than a snow plow full of snow. I trudged through it, but I was bored and couldn't wait to g...more
Beverly Diehl
I love Jane Austen, and adore P & P above all. How did I miss this series?

When I got a copy of this book, I opened it with great anticipation. And then... meh. The language of this is much stronger and better than most Regency Romances, which are mostly costuming like little girls being dressed up for a tea party, and very little historical accuracy. And yet... it left me flat. I did not feel that Miss Darcy fell in love, or experienced any violent emotion, over the course of the novel. The...more
Chrissy
While it can be read as a stand-alone, Miss Darcy Falls in Love is the sixth part of Lathan's Pride and Prejudice series. However, this is the first book in the series that moves away from Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth. You will not find the beloved couple in this book at all. This may be an unpopular opinion, but huzzah for that! Don't get me wrong while I do love and adore Austen sequels, I am also pretty tired of things mainly focusing on Mr. Darcy when Austen's novels are populated by plenty of ot...more
Samantha
Noble young ladies were expected to play an instrument, but societal restrictions would have chafed for Georgiana Darcy, an accomplished musician. Her tour of Europe draws the reader into the musical life of the day, and a riveting love story of a young woman learning to direct her destiny and understand her own heart.

Miss Georgiana Darcy has always been a favourite character of mine since I read Pride and Prejudice. As the younger sister of Fitzwilliam Darcy, she was a constant in his life, yet...more
Sophia
Oh, that was a lovely read! Want to know what became of Georgianna Darcy? With whom does she find love? Sharon Lathan wrote for her a hero that will grab all of our hearts.

This was the sixth book in the Darcy Saga and moved away from Elizabeth and Fitzwilliam Darcy as the focal figure to tell Georgianna's story.

Briefly, Georgianna Darcy has grown into a beautiful, talented young lady. She is on the Continent touring with her Fitzwilliam family. She makes the acquaintance and builds a friendship...more
Annette
This was a nice light read,nothing spectacular or thrilling but pretty good. I just wish I had paid better attention to some of the character's names and titles because once or twice I would be scratching my head "which one was that now?".
I liked that it was focused entirely on Georgiana and not Darcy & Elizabeth.
Ginny
I believe this title by Lathan was better written than some of her earlier Pride and Prejudice continuations. Seems as though she is finally getting a better understanding. However I was disappointed with the rushed end of this book. Georgiana's behavior toward the end is totally out of character for what a young lady of her station would have behaved like when seeking her love before he rode out of Paris, not to mention with this young lady's past I do believe she would have been more creative...more
Katherine
It took me 3 tries to get past the first few pages. but once Sebastian Butler entered the story, I couldn't put it down. Best Georgianna Darcy character I have yet to encounter. Fun summer read!
Melissa H
Miss Lathan did a nice job keeping this book a little cleaner than past books - until the very end. The rest I thoroughly enjoyed. I read almost anything I can get my hands on that will continue the Pride and Prejudice saga in a somewhat plausible way. Miss Lathan's books, including this one, do seem plausible. But prepare yourself for some steamy scenes. I think the steamy scenes could be abbreviated; as written, they detract from the rest of the book. At any rate, this book is worth a read if...more
Katherine
I give this book a 4.9 stars if possible. I would have given this book a full 5 stars if not for the fact that I personally don't want to read about a couples first marriage night in detail! Very unlike Austen. However, that having be said this novel was excessively diverting! The story line was genius!! The love triangle and jealously quite believable - I loved it! Confession.. I am obsessed with Darcy and Elizabeth novels but this book made me obsessed with Georgiana and the man she loves! I w...more
Veronica Ibarra
I was delighted by the sweetness of the relationships between just about all the characters from family to friends. While there are many moments I felt that one or two of them needed a slap, overall this was a story about romance and love. As such there were no real villains, and I rather liked that. In the world of Jane Austen there arguably are not any true villains, being that there are rules of etiquette and decorum that largely influence everyone, and so I felt Sharon Lathan held to that wo...more
Lindi
Too long, too dense, too flowery. On the other hand I did get up in the night to finish it, so it was compelling, even though it was also too predictable.
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Sharon Lathan is the best-selling author of The Darcy Saga eight-volume sequel series to Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice. Sharon began writing in 2006 and her first novel, Mr. and Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy: Two Shall Become One was published in 2009. Her eighth novel was released in April 2013, The Passions of Dr. Darcy, an epic tale of an English physician in Georgian Era India.

Sharon's seventh...more
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