This is, above all, an entertaining work of theater … Most impressive, perhaps, is how Baker does all of this without making it feel forced.
Parts of this story are indeed dark. I did appreciate all the research the author did: This would have been a 5 star rating except for one fact. A significant part of the story tells about the mental health system and some changes of the time while some pages are dedicated to giving us the backgrounds of the "guests" who will This book was one which grabbed me on the first page.
A significant part of the story tells about the mental health system and some changes of the time while some pages are dedicated to giving us the backgrounds of the "guests" who will live with Darcy at Ramsey House We have John Knightley from Emma, Mrs.
Elliot from Persuasion and Maria Rushworth from Mansfield with their own stories. Tragically, as we learn very early in this story, after learning from Elizabeth in Lambton about the elopement, Darcy finds Wickham but is told that he sold Lydia Darcy is unable to track her down and the Bennet family is in disgrace.
Darcy has Georgiana to present and he puts all his attention on that. But as we read about the intervening time that has passed fate is not done with Darcy and here, I am not going to related the next dire event. BUT Darcy becomes rather quickly a recluse, and is unable to sleep as he is tormented with dreams of his ancestors setting upon him for his handling of the family honor and estate.
He turns to alcohol and walks the estate during the nighttime hours. His two cousins, who are now married, finally convince him to use the services of a man, an earl, who is attempting revolutionary ways to treat those insane who are not completely delusional and distraught Darcy meets the man, interviews him and questions the regime.
He is shaken when he learns that the matron in charge of activities with some of the "guests" is a Mrs. This author presents a premise that I have not read in any other JAFF book and she does an excellent job.
I had tears in more than one place. Letters are read and just about break your heart I highly recommend this book. I wanted Elizabeth and Darcy to have one of those late in life babies so that a Darcy could inherit Pemberley.
Darcy Continues and I was completely happy.
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