Mistress Mary and the General: A Pride and Prejudice Inspired Story

Mistress Mary and the General A Pride and Prejudice Inspired Story Richard Fitzwilliam second son of the Earl of Matlock and cousin to Fitzwilliam Darcy of Pemberley has led a blessed life Believing the most he could want was a distinguished military career he was

  • Title: Mistress Mary and the General: A Pride and Prejudice Inspired Story
  • Author: Bronwen Chisholm
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 312
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Richard Fitzwilliam, second son of the Earl of Matlock and cousin to Fitzwilliam Darcy of Pemberley, has led a blessed life Believing the most he could want was a distinguished military career, he was pleasantly surprised when he found the love his life and married After welcoming a son into this world followed by twins two years later, his beloved wife fell ill ThoughRichard Fitzwilliam, second son of the Earl of Matlock and cousin to Fitzwilliam Darcy of Pemberley, has led a blessed life Believing the most he could want was a distinguished military career, he was pleasantly surprised when he found the love his life and married After welcoming a son into this world followed by twins two years later, his beloved wife fell ill Though she recovered, her health was never what it once had been and, after three years, she succumbed to a fever Left now with three young children to raise alone, he turns to his cousin and Pemberley for solace and direction Mary Bennet, third daughter of Mr and Mrs Bennet of Longbourn and sister to Mrs Elizabeth Darcy, has been searching for some meaning in her life Being the only unwed daughter, she unwillingly command the sole attention of her matchmaking mother She seeks escape at Pemberley, hoping to find her way while assisting the Fitzwilliam children cope with the loss of their mother Though inspired by the epilogue of Behind the Mask A Pride and Prejudice Alternative Novel, this work is able to stand alone.

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    1. General Fitzwilliam has been left to care for his children after the death of his wife. Devastated by her death the General takes his family to Pemberley, hoping to find peace.Meanwhile Mary Bennet, bored with living at Longbourn as the only remaining unwed daughter is staying at Pemberley. Can there ever be more than friendship between these two.The writing style was so easy to read as the story moved along. I loved the story, the new characters but most of all the characters of the General and [...]

    2. So I liked this book better than it's predecessor. It's a sweet "almost-love" story about Mary and Colonel Fitzwilliam. It's well written, sweet and interesting. My advice thoughn't read the epilogue :) I won't tell you why cause I don't want to spoil anything. Just throwing it out there.

    3. My review contains a spoilerI did enjoy the book and the characters until I got to the end . That was not only unexpected I felt it was unnecessary for it to end with the death of Fitzwilliam .

    4. Ótima história. Doce e agradável de ler. Ainda bem que soube o que aconteceria no epílogo então não o li com grandes expectativas.

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