Wednesday, September 14, 2016

REVIEW: Dearest Bloodiest Elizabeth by Colette L. Saucier

Book Blurb: In this lurid, lusty sequel to Pulse and Prejudice, death shadows the newlywed Darcys from Pemberley to the parlors of Regency London to the courtyards of Antebellum New Orleans. As Elizabeth discovers the trials and travails of marriage to a vampire, can Darcy ever believe that she loves him as he is? Or will his jealousy tear them apart?

My Review: This is the second book in the Confession of Mr. Darcy, Vampire series.It follows the life of Elizabeth's and Darcy's life after they get married and have to go to New Orleans to find and get rid of Wickham. Which actually that turns out to be a waste of time as the Dhampir who is blackmailing Darcy is killed towards the end of the book. Darcy neglects his wife throughout most of the book but is still very possessive towards her. Of course the Colonel does do a good job of  rising his ire. I absolutely loved Mina though. I also really enjoyed how Ms. Saucier portrayed the delicate subject of slavery in this book.

 From the old world to the new world join Elizabeth and Darcy as they try to bring Wickham to justice.

Rating: ★★★★☆


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