By Linda Berdoll
Mr. and Mrs. Darcy have an incredibly passionate marriage during this carrying on with saga of 1 of the main intriguing, fascinating within the Jane Austen Literature.As the Darcy's increase their infants, get pleasure from their conjugal felicity and deal with the good property of Pemberley, the liked characters from Jane Austen's unique are joined via Linda Berdoll's ingenious new creations for a compelling, attractive and epic tale bound to retain you turning the pages and gasping with satisfaction. What everyone is asserting approximately Mr. Darcy Takes A spouse, the bestselling delight and Prejudice sequel."A breezy, pleasing romance." -Chicago Tribune"While there were different delight and Prejudice sequels, this one, with its wealthy personality improvement, has been the main enjoyable." -Library Journal"Wild, bawdy and completely relaxing sequel." -Booklist
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Darcyandliz reflow_internal 42 5/1/07 10:19 AM Page 42 linda berdoll 9 Mr. Darcy Loves Miss Bennet A s were many of the largest estates at the time, Pemberley was entailed to the male line. Therefore, the burden of producing an heir did not encumber the willowy figure of Georgiana Darcy—it fell squarely onto the exceedingly broad shoulders of her older brother and only sibling, Fitzwilliam Darcy. (To those whose leanings embraced the tenets of good breeding, Mr. ) Indeed, as Miss Darcy was for all intents and purposes exempt, successionally speaking.
Bennet was unyielding on this point. Elizabeth, unfortunately, was equally unyielding and as she was out from beneath her mother’s eye, did what she pleased. She had initially refused on principle to turn either infant over to another woman to suckle. It was a proprietary issue. Little though she relished a contest of wills with her mother, Elizabeth’s overabundance of mettle suggested that if it came to that, she would. However, after a rigorous birth, she was slow to regain her strength and as a result her milk supply was a bit paltry—enough perchance for one hungry mouth, but not two.
Granted, it had been somewhat confounding for him not to be privy to this extreme turn of events prior to the newborn infants being thrust before him. But it was exceedingly agreeable in all other regards. Elizabeth had not disclosed to him she was with child before he left for the Continent because she did not want to further burden him. He was conflicted quite enough over taking leave of hearth and home in dangerous pursuit of his errant sister. When he had gazed upon his firstborn son and second-born daughter, it was with unadulterated admiration and no small astonishment.