From the desk of Jeffrey Ward:
I’m going to tell on myself. I’m a sniveling, sentimental sucker for a good Christmas story. It is only October and I’ve only devoured two of them so I’m way behind my normal seasonal curve. Thank heavens for author Victoria Connelly, who sensing a good thing, has smartly thrown together ALL of the heroes and heroines from her Austen Addicts trilogy: A Weekend with Mr. Darcy, Dreaming of Mr. Darcy, and Mr. Darcy Forever.
Thus, her follow-up novella, Christmas with Mr. Darcy, is like a recipe for a classic Christmas pudding: combine growing romances, friends, family, a spectacularly decorated manor house, a sudden snowstorm, mysterious criminal activity, full-throttle Jane Austen trivia, and then sit back and savor a large helping. Catch up with Katherine and Warwick, Kay and Adam, Dan and Robyn, Mia and Gabe, Sarah and Lloyd, et al, as they are invited to the hostess and distinguished actress Dame Pamela Harcourt’s inaugural Jane Austen Christmas conference. Continue reading “Christmas with Mr. Darcy, by Victoria Connelly – A Review” →