Synopses & Reviews
Pride and Prejudice told from a delightfully different point of view. "The Holy Grail of P&P sequels." (Austenblog)
Originally published in the U.K., Mary Street's ingenious retelling of Jane Austen's classic story now makes its U.S. debut-to the delight of the fans of Austen's comic masterpiece of divine romance. In Fitzwilliam Darcy, Austen created the ultimate romantic hero. Yet Pride and Prejudice reveals little of Darcy's innermost thoughts. Here, Street unveils the true motives and mysteries of Elizabeth Bennet's enigmatic suitor. Through Darcy's eyes we discover the reality of his relationships with his sister Georgiana, his cousin Colonel Fitzwilliam, the dastardly Wickham, his friend Bingley, and his formidable aunt, Lady Catherine. And of course, all his memorable encounters with Elizabeth, from that first view of her fine eyes to his disastrous proposal, and then to a pride and arrogance tempered by an unquenchable love.
Jane Austen created the ultimate romantic hero in Fitzwilliam Darcy. Yet "Pride and Prejudice" reveals little of Darcy's innermost thoughts. Here, Street unveils the true motives and mysteries of Elizabeth Bennet's enigmatic suitor.
About the Author
Mary Street was born in Heanor, Derbyshire. Her interest in writing began while she was in the hospital recovering from an automobile accident. She is the author of several romance and suspense novels.