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The enchanting sequel to New Beginnings Book One: Wickham’s Revenge. The story begins shortly after Book One ends; Elizabeth and Darcy are happily married and very much in love. As they await the birth of their first child, they are faced with a terrible threat to their family. This danger compels Richard Fitzwilliam to travel to Pemberley; he warns his cousins and he help The enchanting sequel to New Beginnings Book One: Wickham’s Revenge. The story begins shortly after Book One ends; Elizabeth and Darcy are happily married and very much in love. As they await the birth of their first child, they are faced with a terrible threat to their family. This danger compels Richard Fitzwilliam to travel to Pemberley; he warns his cousins and he helps end the peril the family was facing. For the first time in many years, the Darcys hold a Harvest Ball at Pemberley and this event sets the love story in motion. As a result of that party, four people unknowingly begin their journey to lifelong happiness. The continuing story of Darcy and Elizabeth’s lives frame the tale of how two of the most well-known characters of Pride and Prejudice find love. Richard Fitzwilliam, now retired from the army, meets someone who makes him believe he has finally found a woman he could adore. The shrewish, social climbing Caroline Bingley experiences love for the first time - when and where she least expects it. Can the skeptical retired colonel open his heart and win the hand of the reluctant Lady Emily? Can Caroline change her ways in order to win the devotion of a man no one could have predicted she would ever consider marrying? A sweet, clean Regency romance. A standalone novel, the author includes a synopsis of New Beginnings Book One: Wickham’s Revenge.


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The enchanting sequel to New Beginnings Book One: Wickham’s Revenge. The story begins shortly after Book One ends; Elizabeth and Darcy are happily married and very much in love. As they await the birth of their first child, they are faced with a terrible threat to their family. This danger compels Richard Fitzwilliam to travel to Pemberley; he warns his cousins and he help The enchanting sequel to New Beginnings Book One: Wickham’s Revenge. The story begins shortly after Book One ends; Elizabeth and Darcy are happily married and very much in love. As they await the birth of their first child, they are faced with a terrible threat to their family. This danger compels Richard Fitzwilliam to travel to Pemberley; he warns his cousins and he helps end the peril the family was facing. For the first time in many years, the Darcys hold a Harvest Ball at Pemberley and this event sets the love story in motion. As a result of that party, four people unknowingly begin their journey to lifelong happiness. The continuing story of Darcy and Elizabeth’s lives frame the tale of how two of the most well-known characters of Pride and Prejudice find love. Richard Fitzwilliam, now retired from the army, meets someone who makes him believe he has finally found a woman he could adore. The shrewish, social climbing Caroline Bingley experiences love for the first time - when and where she least expects it. Can the skeptical retired colonel open his heart and win the hand of the reluctant Lady Emily? Can Caroline change her ways in order to win the devotion of a man no one could have predicted she would ever consider marrying? A sweet, clean Regency romance. A standalone novel, the author includes a synopsis of New Beginnings Book One: Wickham’s Revenge.

50 review for New Beginnings Book Two: The Harvest Ball: A Pride and Prejudice Variation

  1. 4 out of 5

    James S

    About as good as average fan fiction The writing is a bit wooden and simplistic. Every once in a while a character will say or do something wildly unreal. Example, one of Wickham’s old gang members is hired as a footman at Pemberley. When this is brought to Darcy’s attention, instead of being wildly worried about Lizzy and Georgiana’s safety and sending him away, they keep him around for really bad reasons. One of many times I was thrown out of the story trying to figure out what I was missing. I About as good as average fan fiction The writing is a bit wooden and simplistic. Every once in a while a character will say or do something wildly unreal. Example, one of Wickham’s old gang members is hired as a footman at Pemberley. When this is brought to Darcy’s attention, instead of being wildly worried about Lizzy and Georgiana’s safety and sending him away, they keep him around for really bad reasons. One of many times I was thrown out of the story trying to figure out what I was missing. I don’t recommend the story.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Joan

    Avid Reader It has been some time since the first book was published, and the second book was well worth the wait. Although Darcy and Elizabeth had their run of excitement in the beginning, Caroline, Richard, and Georgina also featured prominently in the story. Richard and Caroline fell in love for the first time. Caroline experienced a complete metamorphosis in her personality while Richard struggled against the prejudice behavior of his future in-laws because he was a second son even though he Avid Reader It has been some time since the first book was published, and the second book was well worth the wait. Although Darcy and Elizabeth had their run of excitement in the beginning, Caroline, Richard, and Georgina also featured prominently in the story. Richard and Caroline fell in love for the first time. Caroline experienced a complete metamorphosis in her personality while Richard struggled against the prejudice behavior of his future in-laws because he was a second son even though he owned Rosings.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jan Harvey

    Enjoyable Well written, lots of detail and some minor adventures along the way. The main characters have some resemblance to the original. I'm unsure about Caroline Bingley's development in this book but maybe its about time some happiness comes her way. I liked the fact it is mostly about the day by day, month by month lives of the these characters through the early 1800's Enjoyable Well written, lots of detail and some minor adventures along the way. The main characters have some resemblance to the original. I'm unsure about Caroline Bingley's development in this book but maybe its about time some happiness comes her way. I liked the fact it is mostly about the day by day, month by month lives of the these characters through the early 1800's

  4. 5 out of 5

    Perrin Marie Burnes

    Needs editing repeat words when not required tinse issues Not the best work by this wonderful writer Which is sad However I still enjoy miss Bernard's Stories That Remain true to PNP Needs editing repeat words when not required tinse issues Not the best work by this wonderful writer Which is sad However I still enjoy miss Bernard's Stories That Remain true to PNP

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