- Author: Shana Granderson A Lady
- Publisher: National Library of New Zealand
- ISBN: 0473568888
- Page: 206
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This is book 3 of a 4-book series. The Bennets have just discovered their kidnapped daughter and sister. Bennet cannot believe that she is the one that he has been corresponding with, and losing to, in chess by post for almost two years. How will the families move forward? Will Thomas Bennet assert his rights as Elizabeth's father and demand that she re-joins her Bennet family? What of the Fitzwilliams? Would Lady Elaine be able to endure the loss of her much-loved daughter after the loss of her beloved Reggie? If she is to return to the Bennets how will that influence the growing romance between Elizabeth and William? Many of the above questions are answered in the opening chapters dear readers so you will not be left in suspense for long.We follow the families as they learn to live with a new reality. We see the reaction of the Ton to the news as well as the villain's vociferous reactions when they find out that all of their prior assumptions about Elizabeth have been wrong. Mrs. Fitzpatrick (the former Lady Catherine) eventually manages to get one of her men employed at Pemberley.We are privy to her plans for her ultimate revenge on her former family and at the same time we see what George Wickham has planned and how he intends to double cross his employer after enduring years of abuse at her hands. A new challenge rears its ugly head with an eye on our heroine and making her his by any means before Elizabeth is out at the age of sixteen and we find out how and if he is dealt with.Book 3 ends at the start of the confrontation between the forces of good and evil. You will know the result of the confrontation in the first chapter of the final book in the series. Book 4 is complete and being edited now. It will be published before the end of May 2021.**Reminder** This tale is not only about Lady Elizabeth and her interactions with William Darcy, but about those around them whose lives are affected by her presence as well. Thank you for reading my books.