Noble young ladies were expected to play an instrument, but societal restrictions would have chafed for Georgiana Darcy, an accomplished musician. Her tour of Europe draws the reader into the musical life of the day, and a riveting love story of a young woman learning to direct her destiny and understand her own heart.
Miss Georgiana Darcy has always been a favourite character of mine since I read Pride and Prejudice. As the younger sister of Fitzwilliam Darcy, she was a constant in his life, yet her story was never fleshed out.
Well, thanks to Sharon, it now has and is most beautifully done.
Miss Darcy Falls in Love follows the love story of Georgiana, who is travelling in Europe with her Aunt and Uncle, Lord and Lady Matlock. Whilst there, she falls in love with a gentleman who shares her passion for music.
This love story is told with passion. Lathan's writing is lyrical and very much written in a style that a piece of music would be played - which is perfect for the story, as the pathway to true romance has its own ups and downs, does it not?
The subtle interactions that the lovers have in realising their love had me turning pages so quickly - however, this also had the opposite effect as I slowed down my pace towards the end to that I could make the story last longer!!
Sharon Lathan, I once again thank you for allowing me to enter a world filled with the Darcy Family. I eagerly anticipate your next novel on Dr. George Darcy with breath held.