Following their marriage at Longbourn Elizabeth and Fitzwilliam Darcy begin their newlywedded lives at Pemberly, Darcy’s beautiful estate in Derbyshire. They are typical young marrieds, madly in love and happy, with the occasional bumps in the road as Lizzy learns the duties of wife in such an imposing manor home.
Returning home after years at war, Colonel Richard Fitzwilliam, Darcy’s cousin and dearest friend in the world, re-enters Darcy’s life. The two are complete opposites in nature. Where Darcy is aloof, elegant and proper, Fitzwilliam is charming, gregarious and a rascal.
The last thing on Fitz’s mind is love and marriage after so many years away – well, love anyway; whereas, learning to live with an independent, spirited wife is the only thing on Darcy’s.
“Like no other Pride and Prejudice continuation you’ve read before.”
“Laugh until your sides ache and then laugh some more… delicious!”
“It is absorbing. It is intoxicating. It is excellent.”
“A bromance! Darcy and Fitzwilliam are the Butch and Sundance of Regency England!”