With Fitzwilliam Darcy hopelessly tangled in his family's lies and deceit in Kent, reinforcements are on the way in the form of his cousin, Colonel Richard Fitzwilliam, and his secret fiancée, Elizabeth Bennet. Two generations of the Fitzwilliam family clash at Rosings and the matrimonial futures of both Darcy and Richard hang in the balance. When Lady Catherine goes on a rampage, and the Bennets become swayed by the vicious gossip swirling around the Darcy family, both Elizabeth and Fitzwilliam learn you inherit each other's family drama by virtue of marriage.
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I recommend this performance to anyone who enjoys stories featuring Jane Austen's memorable characters, but with a detour from their story as we know it. Nina Price gives an enthusiastic vocal performance with unique intonations that surprised and delighted me.
I liked the exploration of the true character of the players in the story. The darkness in the actions of several were quite jarring, as they are so often portrayed as either jovial or pompous, but rarely as malevolent. This story had depth; it wasn't just another glossy repackaging as a humorous social commentary.
This is the first of Nina Price's vocal performances that I have listened to.
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