Darcy Christmas

Darcy Christmas


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Darcy Christmas by Amanda Grange, Sharon Lathan, Carolyn Eberhart

Mr. and Mrs. Darcy Wish You a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Share in the magic of the season in these three warm and wonderful holiday novellas from bestselling authors.

Christmas Present by Amanda Grange
A Darcy Christmas by Sharon Lathan
Mr. Darcy's Christmas Carol by Carolyn Eberhart

Celebrate the 80th birthday of Regency Romance with great books from Sourcebooks Casablanca!

Praise for Amanda Grange:
"Amanda Grange is a writer who tells an engaging, thoroughly enjoyable story!"-Romance Reader at Heart
"Amanda Grange seems to have really got under Darcy's skin and retells the story with great feeling and sensitivity."-Romance Reader at Heart

Praise for Sharon Lathan:
"I defy anyone not to fall further in love with Darcy after reading this book."-Once Upon a Romance
"The everlasting love between Darcy and Lizzy will leave more than one reader swooning."-A Bibliophile's Bookshelf

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781402243394
Publisher: Sourcebooks
Publication date: 10/01/2010
Pages: 304
Sales rank: 652,249
Product dimensions: 8.04(w) x 11.28(h) x 0.86(d)

About the Author

Amanda Grange is a bestselling author of Jane Austen fiction (over 200,000 copies sold). She lives in England. Sharon Lathan is a bestselling author of Jane Austen fiction (over 100,000 copies sold). She resides in Hanford, California. Carolyn Eberhart is a debut author and member of RWA. She lives in Charlottesville, Virginia.

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Darcy Christmas 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 161 reviews.
CeciliaCat More than 1 year ago
I bought the book for Sharon Lathan's story "A Darcy Christmas" but read all three. I absolutely loved all three novellas. I highly recommend this book. Carolyn Eberhart's story, "Mr Darcy's Christmas Carol" is what it sounds like. Wonderful take on the Dickens' classic. Quite fun. Amanda Grange's story "Christmas Present" takes us to the Bingley's for a family gathering and a very special arrival. Mrs Bennet is captured wonderfully and simply 'perfect'. Sharon Lathan's story "A Darcy Christmas" is a wonderful recollection, or look into the future, of Christmases Darcy and Lizzy share together as it is based on her series of novels. But have no fear, she doesn't spoil anything if you are looking to read them or are in the process of reading them. It's just Christmas. You get snips of what is to come... but no details of things and relationships that happen in the novels. So don't worry about spoiling yourself. If you haven't read her novels, however I recommend them, have no fear. You will not have a hard time figuring who is who or what happened... so enjoy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As a fan of Jane Austen, especially of 'Pride and Prejudice', this book was a delightful read. Not written specifically in Austen style, it was none the less, easy to understand with good plot points and easy to follow. I would recommend this book to anyone interested in following up with "P&P".
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thought each of the 3 stories were very good! It WAS a lot longer than i expected when it said?? there were 195 pages--- each "page number" had at least 2 & sometimes even 3 pages of text,
DarcyLizzy More than 1 year ago
Liked the one story about Mr. Darcy being Scrooge and traveling through time with three ghosts. The best part was what his life was like when he married Bingley's sister, Caroline! I liked that particular story best. I think the writer was right on about what his life would have been like had he made that decision.
JKPA More than 1 year ago
These ladies have taken an age old story and applied it to Mr.Darcy. An intriging way to get him engaged to Elizabeth but I prefer the original way and leaving The Christmas Carol alone. Cute, can be read by a teen without the explicitness of the next book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
"Ghosts of past, present..." evolved to a very warm family story in past times. Would recommend this book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Any fan of pride and predudice will love this book. It answers the questions of whatever happened to Elizabeth and Darcy after marriage. I think that anyone who enjoys regency romance will love this! There are several stories, so it's a great book to read if you are busy. It's a great read whether it's the Christmas season or not. I will be looking for more from these authors.
Catman46 More than 1 year ago
Written in the Austen style, these short stories follow the life of Darcy and Elizabeth through their many Christmases as husband and wife and grandparents. they are quite well done. I recommend reading them.
bluegrass308 More than 1 year ago
A wonderful book....Still reading it but I love it so far.......
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book and hated to finish it as then I would not be re visiting the Darcy family. A great holiday book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The first author (Lathan) totally plagiarised A Christmas Carol and all the stories were totally boring. Pride & Prejudice was my favorite book by Austen and these stories are lame attempts at writing like her. This book is not worth a penny. Even free it wouldn't be worth it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I liked reading the Jane Austin books when I was naught but a young page turner, many years ago. I did not enjoy this well edited, three story book, even though, it too is written in the same Victorian era style. I do not think anyone can rewrite the adventures of Scrooge, the past, present and future angels and Tiny Tim and do an adequate job. I was not expecting much and I got even less. These stories were well edited, had a conclusion and a good flow. They have have been rewritten to death. At least I was able to finish them. Suitable for ages 12 and up. These are nice clean stories. AD
TrudyMG More than 1 year ago
The first part of the book was like the Christmas Carol where the ghost of the Christmas past, present and future visited Mr Darcy. The twist was that Mr. Darcy hadn't proposed to Elizabeth, like the ended of Pride and Prejudice didn't happen. The next part of the book dealt with the Christmases that Darcy and Elizabeth shared with their Children throughout the year. It is a good book for and die hard Pride and Prejudice fans.
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