"The author breathed new life into Kitty and I really enjoyed that, including her relationship with Lizzy.
My favorite parts were the letters. I loved reading this story." Jessica
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Published 02 March 2020 by Grasslands Press
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HER SUMMER AT PEMBERLEY
KITTY BENNET MUST MARRY WELL but she also means to marry for love.
There is no hope for that at Longbourn. She must escape the shadow of her wild sister Lydia and re-establish her own reputation as a respectable young lady. A summer at Pemberley would do the trick. But to Kitty's surprise it takes more than a new location to learn who she is without Lydia and what she wants in life beyond handsome officers and fancy bonnets.
Kitty's defiant passion for riding horses connects her with enigmatic Lady Drake and creates an unexpected bond with Mr. Darcy. A dashing geologist and an inscrutable horseman catch Kitty's eye. New friendships, the power of legends and stones, and a journey to the royal mews in Windsor bring heartache, insight, and delight to her
life-changing summer at Pemberley.
This Pride and Prejudice sequel is a Regency coming-of-age adventure/clean romance that includes some of literature's most beloved characters, along with a new cast of friends, young and old.
A sequel to Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, being the story of Miss Kitty Bennet
"This is a wonderful book — very well written and so very Jane. The author truly respects Austen's style and characters. I have read it twice so far and plan on reading it again and again. Bravo!" Cathy
"A very entertaining and engaging book. The author did an excellent job capturing original characters
and creating new, complex characters with interesting plots. Thankfully, Kitty's growth is believable." SG
"I loved this story. It was well written and evoked the time and place really beautifully. A very satisfying tale—
particularly for fans of Jane Austen, though it is also a wonderful stand-alone. I highly recommend!" LFB