"Miss Darcy Falls in Love" is overall a very creative story. Lathan seamlessly adds musical elements throughout the book. As a piano player myself, I appreciated Lathan's knowledge of musical terms, and I found the musical aspects do not overwhelm the rest of the story. After having read "Pride and Prejudice" a few years ago, I wondered what became of Mr. Darcy's sister. Lathan's version of Miss Darcy's life is believable and heartwarming. "Miss Darcy Falls in Love" is humorous, romantic, and Miss Darcy, herself, is a warm, lovable character. There were a few moments in the book I found slow and a bit dull, and the ending was very predictable. The theme, falling in love in Paris, is overdone, and I found the setting a little too romantic. Overall, an enjoyable read for anyone who has ever wondered about Miss Darcy's story.
In "Pride and Prejudice" Mr. Darcy found his true love, and now here is the story of his sister, Miss Darcy. Georgina Darcy is a talented musician who wants to continue pursuing her talents. While touring Europe she meets two men in France, both accomplished musicians themselves. Both fall for Miss Darcy and she for them, but only one can be her true love.
Hugely successful bestselling author (over 150,000 copies sold through) of sensual, romantic Pride and Prejudice continuations explores unusual aspects of the Regency world, this time following Mr. Darcy's younger sister into the world of classical music.
Noble young ladies were expected to play an instrument, but Georgiana Darcy is an accomplished musician who hungers to pursue her talents. She embarks upon a tour of Europe, ending in Paris where two very different men will ignite her heart in entirely different ways and begin a bitter rivalry to win her. But only one holds the key to her happiness.