Beginning twenty-five years after Darcy and Elizabeth's wedding, their life together has been wonderful and their marriage is still thriving. Their grown children bring them great delight, along with some trepidation, Mrs. Darcy's nieces come for a visit, and a theatrical scandal threatens to embroil them all. The Victorian age is dawning, and Pemberley's new generation is coming into their own.
"The very title makes you want to read it rightaway! Fascinating, and such wonderful use of language." --Joan Austen-Leigh
"Birchall's witty, elegant visit to the middle-aged Darcys is a delight." --Professor Janet Todd, University of Glasgow
""A refreshing and entertaining look at the Darcys some years after Pride and Prejudice from a most accomplished author. --Jenny Scott, author of After Jane