Mrs Darcy's Diamonds Jane Odiwe

Mrs Darcy's Diamonds Jane Odiwe

by Jane Odiwe

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Overview

A Jane Austen Jewel Box Novella.

Elizabeth is newly married to Fitzwilliam Darcy, the richest man in Derbyshire, owner of a vast estate, and master of Pemberley House. Her new role is daunting at first, and having to deal with Mr Darcy's aunt, Lady Catherine de Bourgh, is a daily challenge. But, Elizabeth is deeply in love and determined to rise to every test and trial she is forced to endure. When her husband presents her with a diamond ring, part of the precious and irreplaceable Darcy suite of jewels, she feels not only honoured and secure in her husband's love, but also ready to accept her new responsibilities and position.
Mrs Darcy knows she will face exacting scrutiny at the approaching Christmas Ball, but it will be her chance to prove that she is a worthy mistress, and she is excited to be playing hostess to the Bennets, the Bingleys, and the gentry families of Derbyshire, as well as Mr Darcy's French cousins. Antoine de Valois and his sister Louise have arrived at the invitation of Lady Catherine de Bourgh and Elizabeth is delighted that this young and lively couple are helping to bring Miss Georgiana Darcy out of her shell. However, when her ring goes missing before the ball, Elizabeth is distraught, and her dilemma further increased by the threat of a scandal that appears to involve the French cousins.

REVIEWS for Jane Odiwe's Books -
PROJECT DARCY
Odiwe writes with great charm and assurance: her contemporary characters are engaging, her historical protagonists convincing. In Project Darcy she takes a slice of literary history and turns it into a thoroughly entertaining, often very funny, and frequently touching piece of modern romantic fiction.
Jane Austen's Regency World Magazine

SEARCHING FOR CAPTAIN WENTWORTH
Odiwe certainly writes a page-turning romantic mystery - her characters are intriguing and her narrative full of surprises and suspense. She blends historical fact and fiction with great style, and the settings are spot on in what the writer describes as her "love letter to Bath."
Jane Austen's Regency World Magazine

MR DARCY'S SECRET
Jane Odiwe comes to it steeped in Austen, in all her renditions; Odiwe's sentences often glint with reflections of the great Jane ... - Historical Novel Society

WILLOUGHBY'S RETURN
Odiwe's elegantly stylish writing is seasoned with just the right dash of tart humour, and her latest literary endeavour is certain to delight both Austen devotees and Regency romance readers - Booklist

LYDIA BENNET'S STORY
Odiwe pays nice homage to Austen's stylings and endears the reader to the formerly secondary character, spoiled and impulsive Lydia Bennet ... devotees will enjoy - Publisher's Weekly

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150455672
Publisher: White Soup Press
Publication date: 09/02/2014
Series: A Jane Austen Jewel Box Novella , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,057,138
File size: 585 KB

About the Author

Jane Odiwe is the author of seven Austen-inspired books, Mrs Darcy's Diamonds, Project Darcy, Searching for Captain Wentworth, Mr Darcy's Secret, Willoughby's Return, Lydia Bennet's Story, and Effusions of Fancy.
Jane is a member of the Jane Austen Society; she holds an arts degree, and initially started her working life teaching History and Art. When she's not writing, she enjoys painting and trying to capture the spirit of Jane Austen's world. Her illustrations have been published in a picture book, Effusions of Fancy, and are featured in a biographical film of Jane Austen's life in Sony's DVD edition of The Jane Austen Book Club. Recent television appearances include a Masterchef special celebrating 200 years of Sense and Sensibility, and an interview in a special edition of the 200 year anniversary of Pride and Prejudice on BBC Breakfast.

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