Loving Mr. Darcy: Journeys Beyond Pemberley

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"Highly entertaining... I felt fully immersed in the time period, thanks to the author's attention to detail. It is a real credit to Ms. Lathan that her storytelling style is in keeping with the author of the work that inspired this novel. Well done!"
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Beyond Pride and Prejudice?Beyond 'I Do'?

Darcy and Lizzy venture away from Pemberley to journey ...

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Overview

"Highly entertaining... I felt fully immersed in the time period, thanks to the author's attention to detail. It is a real credit to Ms. Lathan that her storytelling style is in keeping with the author of the work that inspired this novel. Well done!"
Romance Reader at Heart

Beyond Pride and Prejudice…Beyond 'I Do'…

Darcy and Lizzy venture away from Pemberley to journey through England, finding friends, relatives, fun, love, and an even deeper and more sacred bond along the way.

Having embarked on the greatest adventure of all, marriage and the start of a new life together, now the Darcys take the reader on a journey through a time of prosperity, enjoyment, and security. They experience all the adventures of travel, with friends and relatives providing both companionship and complications, and with fun as their focus.

The sights and sounds, tastes and flavors of Regency England come alive. Through it all, Darcy and Lizzy continue to build a marriage filled with romance, sensuality, and the beauty of a deep, abiding love.

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The second in Sharon Lathan's Darcy Saga (Mr. & Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy) fails on two levels. Readers new to Darcy and Elizabeth will be bored reading page after page about two paragons—he is a gracious and expert billiards player, she is an excellent manager of the household—while they go about their life, with the occasional dustup with Lady Catherine, all while awaiting the birth of their first child. Meanwhile, Austen lovers may well be insulted to read un-Austenesque conversations, scenes and goings-on. Either way, the brilliance of Austen is notably absent. Too often the day-in-the-life focus seems small, as do the couple's PG-13–level lusty thoughts and behaviors. Yes, it's romantic that in a break of Regency tradition they sleep in the same bed and make love often, but it's a lot of nothing after their 15th bout, as is suffering through Darcy hiding his erections from a jovial, knowing father-in-law-to-be. Austen's characters deserve far better than this. (Sept.)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781402217418
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 9/1/2009
  • Series: The Darcy Saga
  • Pages: 448
  • Sales rank: 296,648
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Sharon Lathan is the author of the bestselling Mr. and Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy: Two Shall Become One, and Loving Mr. Darcy: Journeys Beyond Pemberley. In addition to her writing, she works as a Registered Nurse in a Neonatal ICU. She resides with her family in Hanford, California.
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She entered seconds later, yawning and rubbing her face. Darcy watched quietly as she arched her back in a sinuous stretch with arms over her head. A sudden gust of air from the balcony stirred her hair and caused the silk of her robe to swirl away from her legs.

"Elizabeth."

She twirled about, a hand rising to her heart. "William! You frightened me! When did you return?"

"Only a moment ago," he answered huskily as he slowly and gracefully moved around the bed and toward his wife, a sensual smile playing over his lips as darkened eyes scoured her body. Lizzy was staring with undisguised appreciation. It had been two months since beholding him after a ride and she swiftly recalled why it was she became so incredibly aroused when he returned. Darcy's handsome virility never failed to stun her, but the appearance of him in only a thin shirt and tailored pants damply clinging to tight muscles, unshaven face flushed from the wind and sun with hair disheveled, and his natural musky scent mingled with horse and sweat, buckled her knees.

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  • Posted October 14, 2009

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    So good!

    I waited for this book and couldn't wait to get it home! I was so excited and I was NOT disappointed! Such a good book. If this book doesn't scream HOT ROMANCE then I don't know what does. This is the relationship everyone wishes they had! True Love can be so sweet and romantic! I can't wait for the next one and the one after that and the one after that.........! I think you get the idea!

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 14, 2009

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    Read about Mr. and Mrs. Darcy's Happily Ever After

    Synopsis:

    Loving Mr. Darcy: Journeys Beyond Pemberley continues Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice six months into the marriage of Fitzwilliam Darcy and Elizabeth Bennett. Confident in Darcy's affections, Lizzie adapts to her role as Mistress of Pemberley with grace and skill. Sharon Lathan describes how the Darcys would have spent their days in considerable detail. The careful descriptions of Pemberley, the surrounding estates of Derbyshire, and the London season are livened up with accounts of Darcy's handling of Mrs. Bennett, the truce with Lady Catherine de Bourgh, and interaction with jealous Caroline Bingley. Many passages are devoted to how Lizzie and Darcy revel in their adventures in and out of the bedroom.

    Loving Mr. Darcy is full of banter and loving moments between Darcy and Lizzie, but Sharon Lathan also weaves in much historical and cultural detail when describing the Darcys's every day life. Reading how the Darcys researched and prepared for pregnancy and childbirth, I was struck by the way that Lathan was able to include a number of medical discoveries and childcare items into the 1800s. Through the dialogue and musings of Lizzie and Darcy, Lathan also incorporates scenes from Pride and Prejudice and extrapolates how both characters had thought and felt.

    Review:

    Loving Mr. Darcy was my first exposure to Sharon Lathan and the Darcy Saga. It would be fair to say that it delves into what happily ever. The novel extends the story and describes the many joys and adventures that the Darcys might have encountered in their first year of marriage. I particularly enjoyed the passages where Darcy and Lizzie relived incidents from their romance in Pride and Prejudice. Loving Mr. Darcy gives a deeper picture of Fitzwilliam Darcy in love - which Pride and Prejudice fans are sure to enjoy.

    Publisher: Sourcebooks Landmark (September 1, 2009), 448 pages.
    Courtesy of the publisher.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 13, 2009

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    Don´t miss this book!

    The fantastic second book by Sharon Lathan! Follow the Darcys to London, meet their families and friends and spend a wonderful time with these people. Elizabeth turns into a wonderful mistress of Pemberley, lovingly guided by her husband. If you want a book to truly enjoy and read about true love then you have found it here! New characters join the family and believe me they don´t disappoint. And look out for the third part of the book, that will be availabe in January!

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 3, 2009

    Even better than the first!

    And that is saying a lot as I LOVED Mr. and Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy. But this one takes the reader to so many wonderful places. All over London and Derbyshire, meeting tons of people, taking part in tons of activities. It is non-stop fun and action. And the romance between so many characters is wonderful. Anne falls in love. Mary falls in love. Lizzy and Darcy stay blissful and grow closer together. How can anyone not want that for these characters? This is a terrific read. January seems like forever!

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 14, 2009

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    Loving Mr. Darcy is a wonderful sequel....

    Loving Mr. Darcy is the second book in Sharon Lathan's continuation of the life of Mr. & Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy. This book takes our characters away from Pemberly as they travel to their London home after their first 6 months of marriage. While in London Lizzy will celebrate her birthday for the first time during their marriage. In true Darcy fashion, Mr. Darcy captivates our hearts as he showers her with very special birthday surprises. They also attend society balls, and the opera which adds for many exciting moments. Also we get introduced to some very interesting new characters as well as being re-introduced to many characters we already know and love. During all the exciting events and of the story, we watch Lizzy grow in her pregnancy and we experience many special and tender moments as husband and wife discover the preciousness of anticipating the new life they have created. This book is packed full of many many special and heart warming moments. You will not want to put the book down, and you will be greatly anticipating book 3 to come out in January of 2010!

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 14, 2009

    Outstanding Love Story!!

    If you are the type of reader who is intrigued by historical/romance literature, you will enjoy this story very much. Furthermore, if you are a fan of Pride and Prejudice and especially the 2005 movie version based on Jane Austen's book, you will love this tale. Ms. Lathan's newest sequel to her first successful novel, "Two Shall Become One," brings you along on Elizabeth and Fitzwilliam Darcy's eventful "Journeys Beyond Pemberley." At the conclusion of the first novel, the Darcy's are overjoyed with the news that they will be expecting their first child. In this continuing saga, this story describes their journey as they leave Pemberley to visit family and friends in Longbourn and London where they share their joy. Along the way, we meet many new interesting and endearing characters who help round out the Darcy's circle of dear friends and family. As the story enfolds, we travel with them to many different areas of Derby and Derbyshire as Darcy proudly shows Lizzy the district where he grew up and the many old structures, churches, and other historical sites they encounter in each town. It is evident and impressive the amount of research that Ms. Lathan compiled for this story, as depicted in the descriptions of the different old structures and the history behind them. While reading about this facet of the story, it is though you are there admiring and discovering these fascinating sites at the same time that Lizzy does.

    I would also like to say that I strongly disagree with the above editorial review from Publisher's Weekly on several counts. This IS a love story about two people who are deeply in love for the first time in their lives and who are also newlyweds, who were both chaste before they married. Yes, they are affectionate, loving, have an active sexual life (as is normal for newlyweds) and there is some angst written when they are separated from each other. However, isn't this truely the way of life for a young couple, newly married, who are discovering each other in every way in the first year of marriage? Is it impossible to believe that they want to spend as much time together as possible and is it not only natural, nay, necessary for a newly wedded couple to have this period to bond? I believe it is, and I think I can speak from experience being married to a wonderful man for many years, I firmly believe this is true. But this story does not always revolve around their intimate life, as I earlier described their many excursions outside Pemberley. We also get several glimpses of the lives of other family members and their backstories, and the day to day responsibilities of Darcy, as well as Lizzy as she continues to grow in her role of Mistress of Pemberley. I believe that Ms. Lathan's writing and especially the dialogue between the two main characters and other key subjects is witty, intelligent, and delightful. I cannot recommend this story enough. After watching the 2005 version of this movie, I searched for a continuation of this enchanting tale. I have read other sequels, but I wasn't satisfied with any of them until I found this story, and I cannot wait for more of Sharon Lathan's continuation of it in future works!

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 5, 2010

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    I LOVE TO LOVE DARCY!!!

    This is the ultimate romantic escape! Reading this book is like soaking in a bubble bath and eating chocolate at the same time - decadence! If you like gooey romance, this is for you. It was truly fascinating to me to read a continuation of Austen's beautiful characters from Pride and Prejudice. I recommend watching the movie or reading the original book, and then beginning this series (in order of course). The three books (this is the 2nd book) by Lathan cover the first year of the marriage between Lizzy and Darcy and end with the birth of their first child. I have already read all three books twice and can't get enough. I truly hope Lathan continues to write these books.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 11, 2010

    Great!

    The second book in the Sharon Lathon saga didnt fall short of the first one. Loving Mr. Darcy gives more insight to Darcy and Elizabeths love story in the same pattern as Mr. and Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy. You read much of the same text except with the exception their having a child soon. These books tell of a love that will leave you breathless. Even though they all have basically the same plot and dont give much sespence, I still enjoyed reading this book. I would reccomend to more mature people because of certain scenes in the book.

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  • Posted February 2, 2010

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    Loving Mr. Darcy is like falling in love again and again and again.....

    Loving Mr. Darcy - Journies beyond Pemberly is the second in a series of 3 books by Sharon Lathan. In this book, we find that Darcy and Elizabeth get the blessed news that they are expecting a child. This book follows their excitement as they prepare for a baby and travel to visit Elizabeth's family and other areas around Derbyshire. In this book you can see how their love grows exponentially as they settle into life as husband and wife. The 3rd book in the series should be arriving tomorrow and I can not wait to see how this story ends. Would recommend this book to anyone that loves Darcy and Elizabeth, but would not recommend for anyone under the age of 18 as it does contain more sexual situations then the first book.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 28, 2009

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    Love This Book

    I love this book!! When I read the first chapter online I knew it was going to be amazing! This is the marriage that I expected for Elizabeth and Darcy. I have yet to read the first one, but it is ordered and I can't wait to read it!!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 14, 2009

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    Very Slow Read

    I did manage to finish this book but it was more effort than enjoyment. This is the second book in a series of three. The first was a bit enjoyable, I guess just the thought of getting to about what happens after Pride and Prejudice is quite intriguing. Like the first book there are a lot of sexual interludes between Darcy and Elizabeth and what I thought was romantic in the first book tends to get old in this book with some much repetition. You tend to think that these people live happily ever after and really that's quite boring. Towards the very end of the book there is a bit of a conflict but still not enough to save this book. With all the authors expanding on the Elizabeth and Darcy story I'm sure there's got to be a better read out there, so I wouldn't recommend you read this series.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 30, 2009

    Mostly Enjoyable

    I really enjoyed about the first 100 pages of this book. However, after that I discovered that you really can get too much of a good thing. The sex between Elizabeth and Darcy began to get old. I counted 11 times in a 90 page section. Don't get me wrong, Lathan's writing of these scenes is quite tasteful. There is nothing vulgar or explicit. It's just that I enjoyed the parts that weren't in the bedroom, and those seem to dwindle as I turned the pages. Still, this is a well written, enjoyable book and most Austen fans will probably enjoy it.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 23, 2009

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    Enjoyable

    The second novel in the Darcy Saga series has definitely captured my heart.

    I enjoyed reading the day to day life of Darcy and Lizzy as they expect their first child.

    It is an innocent and refreshing story of true love that has a place on my permanent book shelf!

    Karol
    (Awaiting Diana)

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 12, 2009

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    Timeless Love

    Sharon Lathan's "Loving Mr. Darcy" is by far the most beautiful story you will read this year. From the moment I picked up the first book "Mr. and Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy" I could feel it's soul. This particular book absolutly captivated me. The words seemed to spill from the pages into my heart. I read it time and time again until it was tattered and torn(a sign of a much loved book), yet I hungered for more. When the new book "Loving Mr. Darcy" hit the shelves it was like being hugged by a dear old friend. "Loving Mr. Darcy" is every bit as sweet and addicting as the first book. The story is enticing and relaxing at the same time. Lathan's writing is both beautiful and brilliant. "Loving Mr. Darcy" will fill your heart with warmth and joy, no matter what your day has been. Do something for yourself,for your soul. Open the pages and lose yourself in a romantic tale of true love and compelling hope. Read Sharon Lathan's "Loving Mr. Darcy," a story you will never forget.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 11, 2009

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    Great continuation to P&P

    This book is for you if you LOVE Jane Austen novels. Sharon has taken Janes story and continued it the way it should have. It's a great story, very touching and romantic. You are totally immersed in that time period which I love. I've been waiting for this book (book 2 in the saga) to come out and I have not been disappointed. Can't say enough good things about this book. Read it and enjoy!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 10, 2009

    AMAZING READ

    This is the 2nd much awaited book of Sharon Lathan's Saga and it will not disappoint. You will enjoy it from beginning to end. In Loving Mr. Darcy the story continues after the Darcy's have enjoyed their honeymoon time at Pemberley and are ready to venture to their home in London. Elizabeth meets the challenges of a London household, new friends and society as Mrs. Darcy. Her husband is a welcome support and lovingly guides her. Elizabeth celebrates her birthday, a wonderful birthday with her husband. They are also expecting their first child and we share those special moments. Sharon introduces us to wonderful, fascinating new characters and we also have time to spend with the Bingleys. Elizabeth and her sister enjoy special talks and much needed sisterly advise. Sharon also gives us wonderful writting in the descriptions of the beautiful countryside. The book is full of love, excitement, laughter, some concerns, and lots of romance!. The pages come to live and the moments are very special and not one page is wasted on sillyness. I cant wait for the continuation in January to this great story. You will enjoy it very much.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 16, 2010

    The Year After

    As ?his book was a gift to me because I'm a die-hard Jane Austen fan, I did read/skim through all of it.

    Other than imagining and describing how the original characters of "Pride and Prejudice" might have changed and developed over the year following the marriage of Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet, I find little to recommend this novel. It appears to me to be a series of contrived episodes to separate and set up scenes of a fairly explicit sexual nature. My main problem with this type of writing is that I would like some kind of interesting plot between scenes of coupling. As another reviewer noted, there are only two scenes of conflict in the entire book; one between Elizabeth and Catherine DeBurgh and a scene near the end of the book that describes a frightening physical confrontation and it's resolution. In spite of these exceptions, there is virtually no plot.

    If a reader is interested in how Jane Austen's characters developed after the Darcys' wedding, he/she might enjoy parts of this book. However, I think most readers of this genre of novel have imaginations that can fill in the blanks for themselves.

    I found this particular novel to be a deadly dull imagining of the continuing lives of the Darcys. This author is not Jane Austen.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 8, 2010

    Darcy continues...

    This is a good book to read for any Jane Austin, Darcy/Elizabeth enthusiast. It's fun to imagine how their lives would continue, if Austen had continued with the story. I think Lathan adds a depth of romance and emotion to Darcy's continue. Overall, it is a fun book to read. A little light on the plot, but I still found it enjoyable.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 30, 2009

    OKAY

    The Darcy's take a trip. Too much sex not enough story.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 12, 2009

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    A Beautiful Interpretation

    Fans of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice will fall in love with LOVING MR. DARCY: JOURNEYS BEYOND PEMBERLEY by Sharon Lathan. Lizzy and Darcy's story continues in this book and give us a nice glimpse of what happens when you mix spunky Lizzy with the more serious Darcy. I found Lathan's interpretation to be romantic, captivating and largely entertaining. This is a book that I would definitely recommend to any lovers of Romance, Historical or otherwise.

    Ever wondered what happened after Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy were married? I always figured that the story just ended there but Lathan has allowed us to delve back in to that world of romance and intrigue to explore the relationships a little further.

    LOVING MR. DARCY takes us through the lives of Elizabeth and Darcy as they move to their London home and experiences the joys and less than stellar aspects of the city. A major change going on with Elizabeth creates drama in the story as does meeting new people and catching up with old friends. I will warn readers, this is the second book in a series after Mr. & Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy and while the book is okay to read on its own, I don't know that I would call it a stand-alone. Events took place in the first book that largely shape the characters in LOVING MR. DARCY and having not read the first book, I found myself often confused.

    With Lathan's books, there is a lot of talk about whether or not Jane Austen purists will fall in love with Lathan's characters as much as they did Austen's. Well, Lathan is not Austen. They are two separate individual writers and as such their characters differ slightly. Elizabeth and Darcy are not the exact same characters as the Elizabeth and Darcy in Austen's Pride and Prejudice, but the story was entertaining nonetheless.

    Lathan does a wonderful job of imbuing the story with emotion. As we journey with Mr. and Mrs. Darcy on the road to discovering the depth of their love, Lathan makes every moment count. Whether it's happiness, sadness or even at times a bit of anger, the emotions are vivid and pop off the page to affect the reader. This really helped to draw me in and hook me. The intensity of the actions sequences didn't hurt either.

    Fair warning time: This is a modern interpretation of Austen's work and as such contains adult themes and adult scenes. I would give it a sensuality rating of 3.5 out of 5.

    I found LOVING MR. DARCY to be an enjoyable read. If you go into the story with the understanding that you are not going to get a book written by Austen and that the characters may differ slightly, I think the you'll get a decent amount of enjoyment yourself. The story is great in its own right and would be a fantastic read for any out there who love Romance.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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