Tag Archives: Elizabeth Aston

Book Review: Writing Jane Austen

Writing Jane Austen, by Elizabeth Aston Reading this book, I found far more similarities between the heroine, one Georgina Jackson, and the author concerning their respective attempts to write within the world of Jane Austen than the author would probably … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Second Mrs. Darcy

The Second Mrs. Darcy (Darcy #4), by Elizabeth Aston I have to say that this book is my favorite of the Darcy series I have read–and this is the fifth book I have read of that series.  Although there are … Continue reading

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Book Review: The True Darcy Spirit

The True Darcy Spirit (Darcy #3), by Elizabeth Aston If you really like the author and the way she treats the supposed second generation of Darcy women, then it would be possible to like this work.  As for me, someone … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Exploits And Adventures Of Miss Alethea Darcy

The Exploits And Adventures Of Miss Alethea Darcy (Darcy #2), by Elizabeth Aston This was a hard novel to really appreciate.  Throughout her body of work, Elizabeth Aston has written a lot about the Darcy family as she imagines them … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Darcy Connection

The Darcy Connection (Darcy #5), by Elizabeth Aston Having previously read (and at least mildly enjoyed) a previous book by the author [1], I had some idea of what to expect going into this novel and my expectations were met … Continue reading

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