The Plight of the Darcy Brothers: (Pride and Prejudice Continues #2)
In this lively second installment, the Darcys and Bingleys are plunged into married life and its many accompanying challenges presented by family and friends.
With Jane and Elizabeth away, Darcy and Bingley take on the daunting task of managing their two-year- old children. Mary Bennet returns from the Continent pregnant by an Italian student promised to the church; Darcy a...more
The title of this book had me intrigued because at the close of The Darcys and the Bingleys Darcy and Lizzie only had one son so I was not sure if thi...more
I really enjoyed this entertaining story. The storyline is inventive and expands upon Austen's beloved characters. The book begins with a loss in the famil whihc the Darcy's are having a difficult time dealing with. Therefore, when a situation arises with Mary Bennett it creates the ideal distraction for the Darcy's...more
1. Seriously! Wickham cannot be Darcy’s brother! It’s just wrong. And how is she going to resolve it just enou...more
The Plight of the Darcy Brothers begins on a sad note, Elizabeth has just miscarried for a second time. Both she and Darcy are heartbroken,...more
This book had a little bit of a different feel than the first one. This one was a little more serious, as it was dealing with some more serious issues. However, it still had all the humor and wit as the first one, much to my delight....more
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I felt that this book was a seamless continuation of the first book, with loveable, human characters (even Mrs. Bennett...more
Marsha Altman's work thoroughly impressed me. One of my greatest fears when I read a "continuance" as I call it (I'm not sure if that's the correct term) is that if I loved the original, I'm afraid an author who is not the original author will change de...more
The order of the "Darcys and the Bingleys" series is:
1. The Darcys and the...more