When your family betrays you, whom do you trust?
Fitzwilliam Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet have had their fill of crime solving. Now engaged to be married, their greatest wish is to leave Meryton, with its penchant for mysteries, for the serenity of Pemberley. If only Mr. Bennet would give his consent.
When a secret correspondence is discovered, revealing a possible elopement and a plot against Parliament, and exposing their families' reputations to shame, the investigations begin anew. The couple's search for answers unfolds more trouble, as Mr. Bennet becomes the target of their unknown enemy - or is it merely the desperate act of a lonely father unwilling to part with his favorite daughter?
Darcy and Elizabeth team up to once and for all to prove that family trumps adversity and love conquers all - if they can make it to the altar.
Follow our dear couple in the third novel in the Meryton Mystery romance series, where best-selling author Jennifer Joy brings Darcy and Elizabeth together as they uncover shocking secrets.
Listen to The Inseparable Mr. and Mrs. Darcy today to satisfy your craving for a fast-paced mystery interwoven with a heartwarming, sweet Regency romance!
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Wonderful story and excellent narration
I would definitely recommend this book to a friend. It's a great mystery JAFF story and an excellent performance.
The discovery of the murderer identity. No spoilers, but many people in the story are not what they appear to be.
Nancy Peterson portrays every person in the story wonderfully, making their personalities shine.
Lizzy acting like a heroine, but no spoilers.
What a great end to the excellent The Meryton Mysteries series. This one doesn't start with a dead body, but the tension and mystery is increasing, due to suspected murder attempts. D&E are delightful, and there is some unexpected headache caused by Georgiana and Lydia. I loved Mr. Bennet and his interactions with Darcy. And expect to be surprised, not everybody and everything is as they appear to be.