Bringing together Jane Austens most beloved characters and storylines, Webster takes a clever, playful, interactive, and highly entertaining approach to the novels in which the reader decides the outcome.
At Pemberley, Elizabeth is somewhat oppressed by the weight of centuries of tradition. Furthermore, she is scrutinised by formidable senior members of Darcy's family. Those amiable family members, sister, Georgiana, and cousin, Colonel Fitzwilliam, are ready for marriage. (To each other?) The greatest challenge is unforeseen. A shadow from Darcy's past looks to darken the future.
Darcy...is created as a romantic hero of depth and distinction. Historically accurate and psychologically astute, Grange's exploration of Darcy's view of the world is a fascinating glimpse into the heart of a truly noble man.
Following the birth of their first child, Elizabeth and Fitzwilliam Darcy are looking forward to enjoying life at Pemberley, but family commitments draw them away to Mansfield Park. While there, the Darcys get involved with marriage arrangements, star-crossed lovers, deceit, mistaken identity, and even murder.