By Linda Berdoll
Mr. and Mrs. Darcy have an exceptionally passionate marriage during this carrying on with saga of 1 of the main fascinating, exciting within the Jane Austen Literature.As the Darcy's elevate their infants, take pleasure in their conjugal felicity and deal with the nice property of Pemberley, the cherished characters from Jane Austen's unique are joined by way of Linda Berdoll's resourceful new creations for a compelling, attractive and epic tale certain to preserve you turning the pages and gasping with satisfaction. What everyone is announcing approximately Mr. Darcy Takes A spouse, the bestselling delight and Prejudice sequel."A breezy, gratifying romance." -Chicago Tribune"While there were different satisfaction and Prejudice sequels, this one, with its wealthy personality improvement, has been the main enjoyable." -Library Journal"Wild, bawdy and completely stress-free sequel." -Booklist
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Thereupon to the scene came Elizabeth, who, having heard about Boots’s condition and the ensuing commotion, had made her way down the short path to the stables with the intention of enlisting a bit of reason with her husband. She stopt short of the conversing men, listening intently. “He went and jumped the fence—five boards it was—who would have thought it? Our best hunters would have needed more lead to take that fence,” Hardin shook his head in wonder of the feat. ” Elizabeth had been standing slightly to the side during this exchange and Cressida felt reassured enough by her presence to come and lie at her feet.
Had her mortification not clouded her judgement, she would have realised that. He had never been repulsed by the monthly evidence of her fecundity nor did he abhor the evidence of childbirth. She was, however, compleatly unaware that he alone had cleansed her body after the stillbirth. The blood was merely a reminder of how very close he once came to losing her. His reticent disposition always resurfaced in times of trial. Hence, he could in no way explain what terror took hold of him that day or why.
That served the dual purpose not only of sparing her embarrassment, but also assuring the continuation of their eschewing night-wear. ) Although they had not spoken a word of it between them, she had come to consider his assuming this duty as nothing less than a personal gift. Had he known of her feelings, he might have believed her gratitude was simply for his protecting her modesty before the servants. But it was not. darcyandliz reflow_internal 34 5/1/07 10:19 AM Page 34 linda berdoll As it happened, when she would feel him leave their bed and walk to the windows each morning, she had not been above feigning sleep to peek at his naked figure.
Darcy & Elizabeth: Nights and Days at Pemberley (Pride & Prejudice Continues) by Linda Berdoll