Sunday, January 01, 2017

REVIEW: The Whisky Wedding by Elizabeth Ann West

I received a review copy from the author.

Book Blurb: When Elizabeth Bennet of Jane Austen's Pride & Prejudice learns of her sister's elopement before leaving for the Peaks District, she and her aunt are off to Scotland to chase the wayward couple. Inn after inn, there is no sign of Lydia or Mr. Wickham, but Elizabeth won't give up. A foolhardy decision to continue to search on her own lands Elizabeth right into the arms of a familiar face . . . Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy. Join author Elizabeth Ann West in a tale of carriage accidents, amnesia, and a forced marriage, but happy endings for all. Well, maybe not Mr. Wickham!

My Review: So to start off I really enjoyed this book. It's sort of a forced marriage book but not really. I mean she consented to the marriage she was just drunk at the time and had a head injury so she forgot about it the next morning. Of course by the end of the book she still doesn't remember their over the anvil wedding but it's ok as they get remarried on English soil towards the end of the book. An added bonus in this book is that Jane didn't end up with the easily led Mr. Bingley. I loved who she ended up with. I will read this book again in the future that is for certain.

Rating: ★★★★☆


  1. Elizabeth,drunk? What I wouldn't give to see that!

    Oh! I can just imagine the conversation between herself and Darcy,with him no doubt endeavouring to be the perfect gentleman!!!

    Must read this one!!
    Cheers for the great review!

  2. Elizabeth's books are always a good read. This sounds fascinating, Tina. Thanks for the review. Yet another for my Wish List!