A thrilling novel of malicious villains, dramatic revelations, and heroic gestures that stays true to Austen’s style.
Shackled in the dungeon of a macabre castle with no recollection of her past, a young woman finds herself falling in love with her captor - the estate’s master. Trusting him before she regains her memory and unravels the castle’s wicked truths would be a catastrophe.
Far away at Pemberley, the Darcys happily gather to celebrate the marriage of Kitty Bennet. But a dark cloud sweeps through the festivities: Georgiana has disappeared without a trace. Upon receiving word of his sister’s likely demise, Darcy and his wife, Elizabeth, set off across the English countryside, seeking answers in the unfamiliar and menacing Scottish moors.
How can Darcy keep his sister safe from the most sinister threat she has ever faced when he doesn’t even know if she’s alive? True to Austen’s style and rife with malicious villains, dramatic revelations and heroic gestures, this suspense-packed mystery places Darcy and Elizabeth in the most harrowing situation they have ever faced finding Georgiana before it’s too late.
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Good Read !
- Amazon Customer
Simply not Austen
Not the author. Ever. The narration, however, was excellent.
Partially. I will certainly be more careful.
Early in the story it is enticing to see our favorite Austen characters and read about more of their life. But it quickly fell apart.
Disappointment and frustration. Could not even finish it.
I had several problems with this book. The characters changed in ways I do not believe possible, Mr. Bennet took responsibility for his family's actions, Mrs. Bennet decided she did not like officers after all, they allowed their daughter to be exiled with a vicious, wife beating Wickham. And the repeated introductions of prayer, long pages on the importance of the clergy, quotes from the Bible and scripture and everyone praying for everyone all the time, all the prayers written out for the reader. Not awful if you like to read Christian Romances, but I do not and it was not mentioned in the description. And simply never present in Jane Austen's books. Repeated quoted passages from the Austen books did not help me believe this had anything to do with Austen. Plot was silly, convoluted and unrealistic. Trash.
- Heather "Juniper"