Kathryn L Nelson
A s marriage brings an end to a romantic tale, it begins a new story: how does "happily ever after" really work?

The day that Jane and Elizabeth Bennet wed Charles Bingley and Fitzwilliam Darcy marks the departure point for Pemberley Manor. While Mr. and Mrs. Bingley might be expected to get on famously, Mr. and Mrs. Darcy will surely need to work on their communication skills.

What forces in Darcy's past gave such a good man so difficult a public demeanor? Will Elizabeth's cheerful optimism win the day after the honeymoon is over?

Pemberley Manor by Kathryn L Nelson
The Sourcebooks edition replaces a previous publication of the same name.

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award vote for Pemberley Manor

"What a sumptuous book! I loved Ms Nelson's story of what happened to Elizabeth and Fitzwilliam after their marriage. The writing is witty and the seemingly effortless plot kept me guessing till the end. The characters we know so well are completely recognisable and believable; the new ones just as entertaining. A real tribute to Jane Austen, a sequel to re-read and treasure, a lovely big read, I laughed and cried — a tale which will stay with me for a long time."
—Jane Odiwe, Author
Hertfordshire, England

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