Book Drunkard

“I am simply a 'book drunkard.' Books have the same irresistible temptation for me that liquor has for its devotee. I cannot withstand them.” L.M. Montgomery

In the Arms of Mr. Darcy by Sharon Lathan – Review

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Sharon Lathan has another hit for P&P lovers in her new book, In the Arms of Mr. Darcy.  It’s one of several continuations of the classic novel she has written and each one is as good as the last.

In this one, the story carries on with the Darcys and their new son, Alexander.  They couldn’t be happier, but the same can’t be said for all the members of their family and their friends.  Will their own love influence their nearest and dearest?

Sharon shows great care to detail in this and all of her books.  She’s given us a great, romantic love story about two happily married people, something we don’t always get to read about.  There is some sex in the book so if that isn’t your thing, don’t buy the book.  However, I suggest just skipping over those pages because it’s really a great read.

From Sourcebooks:

If only everyone could be as happy as they are…

Darcy and Elizabeth are as much in love as ever—even more so as their relationship matures. Their passion inspires everyone around them, and as winter turns to spring, romance blossoms around them.

Confirmed bachelor Richard Fitzwilliam sets his sights on a seemingly unattainable, beautiful widow; Georgiana Darcy learns to flirt outrageously; the very flighty Kitty Bennet develops her first crush, and Caroline Bingley meets her match.

But the path of true love never does run smooth, and Elizabeth and Darcy are kept busy navigating their friends and loved ones through the inevitable separations, misunderstandings, misgivings, and lovers’ quarrels to reach their own happily ever afters…



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