Tuesday, December 12, 2017

REVIEW: Christmas At Darcy House by Victoria Kincaid

Book Blurb: Mr. Darcy hopes Christmastime will help him to forget the pair of fine eyes that he left behind in Hertfordshire. When Elizabeth Bennet appears unexpectedly in London, Darcy decides to keep his distance, resolved to withstand his attraction to her. But when he learns that Wickham is threatening to propose to Elizabeth, Darcy faces a crisis.

For her part, Elizabeth does not understand why the unpleasant master of Pemberley insists on dancing with her at the Christmas ball or how his eyes happen to seek her out so often. She enjoys Mr. Wickham’s company and is flattered when he makes her an offer of marriage. On the other hand, Mr. Darcy’s proposal is unexpected and unwelcome. But the more Elizabeth learns of Mr. Darcy, the more confused she becomes—as she prepares to make the most momentous decision of her life.

It’s a Yuletide season of love and passion as your favorite characters enjoy Christmas at Darcy House!   

My Review: So I went into this not knowing what to expect and well I was pleasantly surprised. There was romance, a compromise and a dastardly plot by an unexpected duo. I did not expect Darcy to act the way he did in this book especially since he is supposed to be very proper. I feel though that Lizzy and the rest of her family had every right to act the way they did given the situation. I really enjoyed reading this newest book by Victoria Kincaid and it is a perfect read for right around Christmas time. 

Rating: ★★★★☆

*I received a copy of the book from the author. All opinions are my own


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