Saturday, November 21, 2015

REVIEW: Master of Pemberley by Jane Grix

Book Blurb: After the death of his wife, the former Anne de Bourgh, Darcy knows it is his duty to marry again to provide a male heir for Pemberley. He knows exactly what sort of woman he wants until he meets Elizabeth Bennet. With her clever mind and fine eyes, she challenges him and inspires strong feelings that threaten to undo all his careful plans.

My Review: This book needs a good editor and it felt really rushed. The author could have fleshed it out more. Also she should probably research the Regency era some more. Women were not allowed at funerals back then and they wouldn't have gone back out into society until at least half of their year of grieving was over. I also didn't like how the author killed off Jane and then killed off Mr Bennet with no explanation for his death. 

However with all it's many flaws this book was oddly addicting. 



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