A mix of Regency Romance, touches of Persuasion, lots of Pride and Prejudice and you get a scintillating mix for the
Jane Austen fantasy.
A mixed bag of characters with the familiar Lady Catherine always hovering in the background, her daughter Lady Anne
being more assertive than ever before, Frank Churchill dying before his time and Alicia Collins and Susan the start of
The characters were nicely placed and I liked that Susan was not all that sweet and submissive and ladylike. On the
contrary she was scheming (not just for herself but for others as well), but with good intentions throughout, although
her manner of achieving her aims was not very conservative. Mr and Mrs Collins were very nicely portrayed, long suffering
and under obligation always.
The entire story with its romantic themes interwoven throughout was a good one.
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