Wit, passion, and sexy lettersA Pride & Prejudice continuation
Lizzy and Darcy are married. They’re ecstatically happy newlyweds. But a journey to London separates them.
Whatever will they do?
Write letters, of course!
In this sequel to Jane Austen's masterpiece, read the witty, passionate correspondence between her most beloved pair as they survive separation, sisters, and surprise guests. The giddy newlyweds keep the fame alight the old-fashioned way...
All while reminding each other — and us — just what a perfectly matched couple they are.
My dearest Darcy—
I have ruined fully eighteen of these beautiful, creamy linen sheets to get even this far. You will laugh at me, I know, but I am in this my mother’s daughter, and such prodigal waste of paper offends my sense of thrift and of propriety. And for what? Because I wish to write you, but do not know how to call you.(Novel-length, steamy Regency romance. Some four-letter words -- used impeccably, of course.)"Clever and charming, snarky and steamy, meticulously researched with welcome appearances from real-world historical figures. Can't wait for Volume II!" - Heather Albano, Keeping Time trilogy