Category: Romance, Sagas & Historical / Historical
Publication date: 20070319
Number of pages: 368
A richly entertaining recreation of Regency London, as the next generation of Darcy girls have to make their way in a society that doesn't always appreciate their wit, determination and sense of fun.
What the papers say:
'Those who enjoy Austen will certainly enjoy Aston's work, as will historical readers who want an engaging plot and characters.' Library Journal 'The invented daughters are fun...and their ups and downs in London society make a lively story.' Joan Aiken 'Delightful.' Publishers Weekly 'In the mode of Heyer and Austen, Elizabeth Aston...comments on the period with affection, respect and a ready wit.' Good Book Guide
Elizabeth Aston is a passionate Jane Austen devotee who studied English at Oxford. She lives in Oxford and Italy with her family.
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