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Mr. & Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy by Sharon Lathan
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May 31, 2009

did not like it
Read in May, 2009

I may swear off of Pride and Prejudice sequels. At least half of this book could have been eliminated, as it was simply going into great detail about the sexual life of Mr. and Mrs. Darcy. The little bit of story left over would have been a short story. I had a hard time believing these two would have been quite so insatiable; Mr. Darcy seemed overly horny, even for a newlywed, and I think Elizabeth would have been a little more prudish. I began by plodding through these almost biological descriptions in hopes that there was a story in there somewhere, but I finally started skipping over the "too much information" scenes. The author's foreword had given me great hope, because she seemed to have the same reaction to the movie that I had, but she took the story in a different direction than I would have. Where were Elizabeth's family? The Bingley's? Lady Catherine and her daughter?

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