Wednesday, July 22, 2015

REVIEW: A Sense of Obligation by Rose Fairbanks

Received a ARC in exchange for an honest review. 

Book Blurb: A chance, but meaningful, encounter in Netherfield’s library changes everything between Darcy and Elizabeth. As they rush to the altar, Darcy’s faulty memory may destroy their chance at domestic comfort before they begin. Knowing their obligations and no longer resisting their attraction, they forge a foundation of trust and respect. New feelings may not be enough, however, to overcome the misunderstanding which lays between them. Exploring the juncture of sentiment and reason, A Sense of Obligation, takes Darcy and Elizabeth on a passionate, humorous and introspective path toward happiness in marriage.

My Review: This book is really big on misunderstandings between Darcy and Elizabeth. While most people around them know the truth about their situation about them getting married these two do not. Lizzy thinks is because he took some liberties on a night in the library while he was drunk. Darcy thinks he seduced her while he was drunk that night in the library. Needless to say this makes for a hilarious situation. But while this is going on the night of the Netherfield Ball Bingley seduces Jane and they have to move up the date of their wedding. Caroline also gets compromised in this book and has to marry Mr. Collins. I'm not saying anymore as a lot of stuff happened in this book and I don't want to give it all away.

This book had me laughing through parts of it as the mix up between Darcy and Lizzy is just so funny. I love the cover that Rose picked for this book. It's so pretty. I would love to have a dress like that for my own wedding. This book is available for pre-order right now. It gets released on July 25th. I would really recommend that you pick up a copy.

Rating: 4 ½ stars out of 5


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