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Going Home to Pemberley
Title : Going Home to Pemberley
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ISBN : null
Language : English
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 274

‘Going Home to Pemberley’ continues the story of what happened next to the beloved characters of Elizabeth and Fitzwilliam Darcy from Jane Austen’s ‘Pride and Prejudice’. This story follows on from ‘Engaged to Mr Darcy’, though it is possible to read the second story without having read the first. The story picks up from the day after their wedding day and follows the twis‘Going Home to Pemberley’ continues the story of what happened next to the beloved characters of Elizabeth and Fitzwilliam Darcy from Jane Austen’s ‘Pride and Prejudice’. This story follows on from ‘Engaged to Mr Darcy’, though it is possible to read the second story without having read the first. The story picks up from the day after their wedding day and follows the twists and turns of their lives, through the early months of their marriage. It is the story of how two people who love each other very much can sometimes still misunderstand one another – and can inadvertently hurt one anot


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Going Home to Pemberley Reviews

  • Debbie Brown

    I really, really enjoyed this a lot more than I probably should have. Darcy is pretty unlikable at the end of the book (though he does come to his senses). I do believe that the author sets it up believably, though, with the progression of the relationship Darcy develops with his new wife. He obviously adores Elizabeth and demonstrates it frequently as the story opens. This is a very emotional man inside who, over the years, has perfected the art of hiding his emotions from the world. Elizabeth [...]

  • Barb

    Going Home to Pemberley is a sequel to Pride and Prejudice rather than a variation. This story has what I look for in a sequel - lots of passion and adjustments as Darcy and Elizabeth start their life together. In addition, we see insights into other characters and their lives after P&P - Lydia and Wickham, Georgiana, Colonel Fitzwilliam, Lady Catherine and Ann, etal. Please note there are many adult scenes between Darcy and Elizabeth.As the honeymoon begins, Elizabeth and Darcy are both ver [...]

  • Leslie

    This is a tricky book to review. The first 55% is a fairly pleasant tale of newly weds that turns into a dramatic, painful, tragedy. The story begins with the newly, happily married Mr. & Mrs Darcy arriving in London for the night before proceeding to Pemberley. We are shown in a 30,000 foot view their wedding night. We learn that Mr. Darcy is very amorous, and that Lizzy gets her courses on the first day of their trip to Pemberley. They are a mostly happy couple having a few bumps and bothe [...]

  • Sheila Majczan

    There are several long reviews which give good hints at the various events tying into the main premise in this novel. This book, first of all, does contain scenes of a sexual natureyou get gobsmacked right off the bat with details of five encounters of the close kind on the wedding night and morning after! Then that next day Lizzy's courses appear when they stop at an inn on their way home to Pemberley. I was a little put off; not so much due to the MA content but as it was so immediate. Barbara [...]

  • Tamra

    I'm so torn as to how I should rate this story. I was ready to give it 5 stars up until the second half even though there were scenes a little too mature rated for my tastes. It was so sweet seeing Elizabeth and Darcy in their early days of marriage. It reminded me of my own early days of marriage and learning how to deal with my own Mr. Darcy. I absolutely loved the relationship between Mr. Bennett and Mr. Darcy. While other reviewers didn't get pulled in at the beginning, I certainly did. Mayb [...]

  • Jvandy1

    Good story, butThe story line was mostly good, but there was no excitement or angst until the last quarter of the book. So for me it was a bit boring and really a struggle to continue.

  • Sandra Gebhard

    Good story until the last 1/4I liked the authors ideas but the last part of the story is too rushed. Within a few weeks Lizzy (pregnant, mind you) is nearly raped, emotionally abused by her once adoring husband, suffers a serious head injury, and then recovers enough to be presented at court AND forgives her husband??? Completely unrealistic both emotionally and physically.

  • john tanner

    ExcellentI thoroughly enjoyed this book. It is quite a long story and actually took me ten hours to read, but I could hardly put it down. I hate reviews that are full of spoilers, so I will just say I really enjoyed reading it and will probably read it again.

  • Janice M. Payton

    Very, very good!This is a wonderful book. It has all that is needed for a great P&P experience. When I finished I wanted more. I hope there is another book in the works to continue this story! There is so much to built on!

  • Madenna U

    Oh my! First this book needs a mature rating. I can also say that I wanted to smack Mr Darcy for his jealousy. The only other plot was a short bit related to Wickham. It was a long book and seemed to go on and on about the same thing.

  • Allison

    The story was decent thought it got a little long and tedious at some points. I did have some issues with the writing as well. Used a lot of extra words in sentences that weren't necessary.