In “Wives and Lovers”, the third book of the Pride and Prejudice Family Saga Series, finds cousins and best friends, Fitzwilliam Darcy and Colonel Richard Fitzwilliam, approaching their later years, while their children have grown into adulthood, finding themselves facing the usual adult joys and sorrows – love, marriage, sex, betrayal, bereavement, mishap, humor, tears… and, children of their own (a grandparent’s best revenge).
The first book in the series - ‘Darcy and Fitzwilliam’ - continues the wonderful and romantic story of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, following the young couple of Darcy and Elizabeth, as well as his best friend, cousin and sometimes rival, Colonel Fitzwilliam, through young love and marriage. (“It is absorbing! It is intoxicating! It is excellent!" – Jane Austen Today. "It is sure to be a new classic of an old tale!" My Book Addictions)
In ‘Sons and Daughters’, the second book in the family saga, we see Darcy and Fitzwilliam's lives change as their children grow into adulthood. ("I enjoyed this story immensely. Son's and Daughters is delightfully crafted and different from any continuation of Pride & Prejudice that I have read thus far. There are humorous, witty- as well as- serious dialogue aspects to this story. The plot is engaging,well written and Karen shows strong emotions in her characters. I found myself reading late into the night, not wanting to put the book down." Layered Pages. "Karen V. Wasylowski has done it again with Sons and Daughters, an often hilarious, sometimes soul-wrenching, but always engaging tale as she continues the saga begun in the delicious Darcy and Fitzwilliam: A Tale of a Gentleman and an Officer." Linda Banche Reviews
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