Georgiana Darcy's Diary: Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice Continued
Publisher: Anna Elliott
Pages no: 236
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
After her brother's marriage, Georgiana Darcy begins to spend more time in Society. Among the contenders for her hand are several fortune-hunters and a man seeking a marriage of convenience--but not the man she's loved all her life. He is engaged to another. To distract herself, Georgiana spends ...
This turned out to be an enjoyable short story, and Georgiana's perspective was very interesting. It's the perfect book if you're looking for a nice read that you don't have to get too involved with, and I think it can be enjoyed with out having read Pride and Prejudice. I haven't read Pride and Pre...
Decent short little piece covering Georgiana Darcy for a short period after P&P finishes. Don't expect Austen's scathing wit, irony, and hilarity re: social conditions of the time. It's just a cute (free!) little story that follows. Fairly decent and fun.
I have read all of Jane Austen's books. Of her six books, Sense and Sensibility and Pride and Prejudice are tied for my favorite. I always wanted sisters, but only had brothers (love you guys). The thought of so many sisters to comfort each other and squabble with each other was a dream come true ...
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