What is a young woman to do? One handsome young man has all the goodness, while the other the appearance of it. How is she to separate the gentleman from the cad?
When Darcy joins his friend, Bingley, on a trip to Meryton, the last thing on his mind is finding a wife. Meeting Elizabeth Bennet changes all that, but a rival for his affections appears from a most unlikely quarter. He must overcome his naturally reticent disposition if he is to have a chance of winning her favor.
Elizabeth's thoughts turn to love and marriage after her sister, Mary's, engagement. In a few short weeks she goes from knowing no eligible young men, to being courted by two. Both are handsome gentleman, but one conceals secrets and the other conceals his regard. Will she determine which is which before she commits to the wrong one?
©2013 Maria Grace (P)2014 Maria Grace
An excellent third installment to the "Given Good Principles" series. In the first two books, we see back stories for Darcy and then Lizzy. in this book, we see how their different backgrounds affect their interactions once they meet. Highly recommended!
I'm sorry, but Pearl Hewitt's attempts at Darcy, Bingley, and some of the others is just absolutely AWFUL! Her voice is so annoying, I couldn't even finish the story! I only gave the performance one star because zero wasn't an option. Decent story if the narration wasn't absurd! Please Maria Grace, get a different narrator!
I couldn't stand the narrator's performance at all. Her interpretation of male voices put in mind old crochety men. It's very off putting. I enjoyed the previous two volumes and I'm upset that the conclusion I was so excited to get was spoiled by the performance.
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