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If you’re looking for something true to the style of Jane Austen—do a 180 degree turn and never look back!
This attempt at a sequel to Pride and Prejudice, as written by Elizabeth Aston, is found greatly wanting. This is no better than your standard paperback Regency Romance. The plot is predictable and in no way original. The pacing was also hard to endure--I felt like I was on a plane that suddenly crashed!
The characters are unlikable, and even Camilla Darcy is an unsympathetic character. The “romance” that occurs is both contrived and unbelievable. In addition, the author introduces characters with great potential, but does not use them to her advantage. In… Read more