Elizabeth in the New World

Elizabeth in the New World

by Maggie Mooha


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Jane Austen's most famous lovers, Darcy and Elizabeth, return in a tale of romance, adventure, and danger set in the heart of the Caribbean.


Darcy's sudden, passionate kiss sweeps Elizabeth into a bliss she has never known...but their love is short-lived. On a field of honor, Wickham, once again, engages in an irresponsible act, which leaves Darcy mortally wounded and Elizabeth broken. Refusing to leave Darcy's side, the last vestiges of her reputation are shattered, and when Elizabeth sees Darcy in his coffin, she is ruined in more ways than one. Devastated and without hope, reluctantly she agrees to accompany friends to Grenada, a Caribbean island on the brink of revolution.

Things are not what they seem. Darcy hasn't died, but Elizabeth is gone and he fears it is too late to recapture what he has lost. As he struggles to recuperate, he must put aside his pride and his heritage in order to find the only woman he will ever love. Never before has Darcy sacrificed so much for a passion he fought against so vehemently. And never before has Elizabeth's strength of character been stronger - it is the only thing standing between her and an end that doesn't include Darcy.

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ISBN-13: 9781729566794
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 10/23/2018
Pages: 262
Sales rank: 247,468
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.55(d)

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Elizabeth in the New World 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous 7 months ago
This book is well written. It is very entertaining and holds the attention of the reader. I could not put it down.
Anonymous 11 months ago
As a historical fiction lover, literature major, and former English literature teacher, I loved Elizabeth in the New World (full disclosure: I was a beta reader for this novel). The history is accurate and presented in a way that makes it more than just another rebellion. I didn’t know anything about Fedon’s rebellion and it has become part of my learning about the experiences of the African diaspora. I loved that the characters from Pride and Prejudice kept their essentials, but also developed in these situations that challenged them. The author included just enough personal revenge in Elizabeth’s actions to satisfy me as a modern reader. I also really enjoyed the inclusion of Wickham’s point of view (strangely enough!). My love for Darcy has waxed and waned over the years, but seeing him giving up his status, in order to win his love, brings me right back to making him my man-crush again. Maggie Mooha, the author, keeps teasing me with her ideas for a sequel! She came to my book club to discuss the novel and we developed some book club discussion questions that you can find on her website www.moohabooks.com.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So glad I ordered this book! But so sad I finished it .....Great period piece. I got so wrapped up in the characters & their adventures and love ......I just didn’t want it to end ! This is Maggie Moohas first book & I truly hope she continues writing! And hopefully continue the saga of Elizabeth & Darcy!