I read More Letters from Pemberley almost two years after reading Dawkins other book Letters from Pemberley: The First Year. Though still impressed with how Dawkins maintained the Regency style of writing throughout, the sequel did not impress me as much as her first book of letters did.
However, I did enjoy how Dawkins evolved the lives of Darcy and Lizzy, giving them children and nephews and nieces to carry on the Darcy name. I also throughly enjoyed the fact that she allowed them to have sorrows in their lives - I have come across only a handful of authors that allow for this in their writing, and for that, I am thankful.
Overall, I rather liked this book and it is good if (like me) you enjoy HF or you are just looking for something to pass the time until your next anticipated read lands on your doorstep!