My Dearest Mr. Darcy (Darcy Saga #3)



[Reading] ➷ My Dearest Mr. Darcy (Darcy Saga #3) ➭ Sharon Lathan – E17streets4all.co.uk Darcy is deeply in love with his wife than everAs the golden summer draws to a close and the Darcys look ahead to the end of their first year of marriage, Mr Darcy could never have imagined his love c Darcy is deeply in love with his wife than everAs the golden summer draws to a close and the Darcys look ahead to the end of their first year of marriage, Mr Darcy could never have imagined his love could grow even deeper with the passage of timeLizzy is full of surprisesElizabeth is unpredictable and lively, pulling Darcy out of his stern and My Dearest MOBI :ò serious demeanor with her teasing and temptation Looking ahead and planning for celebrations and life events large and small, Lizzy can still catch Darcy unawares when he least expects it But surprising events force the Darcys to weather absence and illness, and to discover whether they can find a way to build a bond of everlasting love and desire.My Dearest Mr. Darcy (Darcy Saga #3)

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  • Paperback
  • 352 pages
  • My Dearest Mr. Darcy (Darcy Saga #3)
  • Sharon Lathan
  • English
  • 02 May 2017
  • 1402217420

10 thoughts on “My Dearest Mr. Darcy (Darcy Saga #3)

  1. says:

    I read all five novels of the Darcy Saga in pretty much one go over the space of a week and as a result I find it easier to critique as a whole set rather than individually so this review covers all the five novels although I will assign a rating to each book 1 Mr Mrs Fitzwilliam Darcy2 Loving Mr Darcy3 My Dearest Mr Darcy4 In the Arms of Mr Darcy5 The Trouble with Mr DarcyFirst of all, this book is for the hopeless romantics who want nothingthan to revel in detail in Lizz I read all five novels of the Darcy Saga in pretty much one go over the space of a week and as a result I find it easier to critique as a whole set rather than individually so this review covers all the five novels although I will assign a rating to each book 1 Mr Mrs Fitzwilliam Darcy2 Loving Mr Darcy3 My Dearest Mr Darcy4 In the Arms of Mr Darcy5 The Trouble with Mr DarcyFirst of all, this book is for the hopeless romantics who want nothingthan to revel in detail in Lizzy s and Darcy s relationship post engagement The forward to the first book unapologetically states that the author s introduction to Pride Prejudice occurred with the 2005 movie and while she has since then read the original piece she has chosen to utilize the movie adaptation as her starting point so some details referred to are not from the novel but the changes are cosmetic I do not have issues with the author s level of writing skill so much There s a fine line for me between where I fall into the story easily enough and where I find the poor writing to constantly intrude on my consciousness as I imagine myself through the story and these novels crossed the threshold fairly easily That said, I never want to hear the word stupendous in my life ever again Yes, adjectives abound as others have commented, but for some reason stupendousness rose above everything and by the third book it was like itching a mosquito bite every time I encountered it I was irritated I am of two minds about the enormous proportion of love making in the novels I imagine 70% of the 5 novels put together is composed of nothing but their passionate and undying declarations of love for each other and amorous love making That said, there was no scene that felt distasteful or simply pornographic and gratuitous It was very much newlywed bliss However, two years on and having sex morning, noon and night in every room, every sheltered field, nearly every day through two pregnancies actually becomes mind mumbing toward the end It is quite romantic but the extended sustained pace eventually starts to beggar belief I would not recommend these books to single people who are bitter about their status as no actual living, breathing human being will ever live up to the expectations or a relationship this book will set for you It is true that there is very little plot but again the author is not really apologetic as she has set out to chronicle the marriage, which does not always have a plot like every good novel should, but she has tried to inject a sense of drama into each book The results are a a bit uneven Whatever parts of the novel are not occupied by love making are primarily relationship driven The marriage is chronicled in GREAT detail, with Lizzy getting pregnant in the first novel and not delivering her child until the third The first two books are quite similar floating along evenly until the very end when some sort of crisis is reached requiring Darcy to rescue Lizzy In fact, while I love the level of detail of the locations demonstrating the research, the third quarter of book 2 describing the daily journeying of their holiday nearly bored me until it was time for the 11th hour crisis The third book probably meandered most of all, with no particular focus of event other than the birth of their first child It is probably saved by the developing characters involved in their life the rounding out of Col Fitzwilliam, Georgianna, the other Bennet sisters Mary and Kitty and the exploration of Darcy s uncle, George This continues into the fourth book, where Kitty particularly begins to bloom into a three dimensional character It is only the fifth book, however, that actually manages to introduce and to keep tension steady throughout, with classic foreshadowing and plot driven storytelling The fifth was probably my favourite for this reason My biggest disappointment, however, is the author s abandonment of Jane Bingley nee Bennet While she certainly features as Lizzy s sister, carries on dialogue and even has some intimate conversations with Lizzy, we are never taken into her confidence in the same manner as we are with every other character Even if only briefly, we become privy to the inner thoughts of Mary at the point of her courtship, and are given a startling insight into Kitty s maturation We glimpse the evolution of Caroline Bingley Col Fitzwilliam s private turmoil is revealed in the 4th book Even Wickham s own inner twisted logic is shown to us However, the author never lets us see Jane other than through the eyes of another person and by the time I finished the 5th novel I was left with the feeling that Jane was left as a complete stranger to me I am frankly shocked at this omission

  2. says:

    Elizabeth and Darcy s first year of marriage is coming to an end and they both are finding that they arein love with each other then they ever thought But Darcy learns that there are still many things to learn about Elizabeth and that he can still be surprised.The Darcy Saga is another first for me It s the third book in the series, but definitely easy to follow Loving Pride and Prejudice myself, I have to say read this story was a treat Revisiting such beloved characters, peaking in o Elizabeth and Darcy s first year of marriage is coming to an end and they both are finding that they arein love with each other then they ever thought But Darcy learns that there are still many things to learn about Elizabeth and that he can still be surprised.The Darcy Saga is another first for me It s the third book in the series, but definitely easy to follow Loving Pride and Prejudice myself, I have to say read this story was a treat Revisiting such beloved characters, peaking in on what their life has brought them A heartfelt enjoyable story filled with passion and warmth Beautifully written You can tell just how much the author loves the story and the characters If your a fan of Pride and Prejudice and ever wondered what happen to Elizabeth and Mr Darcy after the book ended, The Darcy Saga is the perfect series to indulge in

  3. says:

    This is the third book in a series and very similar in tone to the previous installments It is a highly romanticized and slightly unrealistic version of their happiness in the first year of marriage.Elizabeth and Darcy seem to be a bit too in love at times if that s possible They tell each other ALL the time, and even though I have a pretty high tolerance for this in PP sequels even I found myself rolling my eyes occasionally.That being said it was a mostly fun read and scratches a partic This is the third book in a series and very similar in tone to the previous installments It is a highly romanticized and slightly unrealistic version of their happiness in the first year of marriage.Elizabeth and Darcy seem to be a bit too in love at times if that s possible They tell each other ALL the time, and even though I have a pretty high tolerance for this in PP sequels even I found myself rolling my eyes occasionally.That being said it was a mostly fun read and scratches a particular type of reading itch Since I own the next book in the series I will read it at some point Especially since the blurb suggests it will include a focus on the relationships of those around them, which is an element that was lacking in the first three novels

  4. says:

    The extraordinary love and romance of Darcy and Lizzy continues in this third book of Ms Lathan s Darcy Saga, and this time we experience their passionate love affair up close and personal, spendingtime with this wonderful couple on their own instead of surrounded by family and friends, though we still get a good dose of the intriguing Darcy and Bennet families.The best part of this series for me is the way Darcy is becomingandoutgoing because of his wife and his love for her The extraordinary love and romance of Darcy and Lizzy continues in this third book of Ms Lathan s Darcy Saga, and this time we experience their passionate love affair up close and personal, spendingtime with this wonderful couple on their own instead of surrounded by family and friends, though we still get a good dose of the intriguing Darcy and Bennet families.The best part of this series for me is the way Darcy is becomingandoutgoing because of his wife and his love for her Lizzy is a natural when it comes to wit and socializing, her intelligence shining, and people gravitate to her just to be part of what she has to offer Though Darcy is reticent about mixing in crowds of any kind, he is learning little by little how to let go and revel in the small enjoyments in life I thoroughly enjoyed his scavenger hunt for Lizzy on her birthday, totally endearing and romantic Darcy is definitely growing into himself.A trip to the ocean turns out to be relaxing and also quite romantic for the Darcys They spend a week doing nothing but lazing about the shore, making friends, swimming, taking fun side trips, and, of course, making love whenever the mood strikes Ms Lathan has done an extremely terrific job in her research, as is shown by not only the wealth of historical information in this book but also shown by the little nuggets of detail that make Darcy and Lizzy s trip that muchinteresting There are other lesser trips too, but this particular one is a main part of the story and my favorite.Of course, there is much concerning Lizzy s pregnancy throughout the book, and once again it s Darcy who pulls at the heartstrings Like Lizzy, I fellin love with the man every time he speaks to his son as he caresses Lizzy s rounded belly, every time he rubs her back when he knows she hurts after a long day, every time he tells his wife how much he loves her for giving him such a precious gift.And when the big day arrives bringing Baby Darcy into the world, Darcy again is right there for Lizzy, doing anything and everything necessary for her and their son during a very long labor Another favorite part of the story for me is the aftermath of the baby s birth, Lizzy and Darcy counting fingers and toes, not able to take their eyes off of him, Darcy cooing in that voice we all use when holding an infant, Lizzy nervous about leaving her son even for the length of dinnertime, and a whole host of other similarly delightful tidbits.Darcy and Elizabeth s families are well represented at different points in the book, with Darcy s Uncle George being the main draw for me He is one of those larger than life characters you can t help but like The scenes between him and Darcy are extra special, as are those when he delivers the baby I hope he s a character that will continue to pop in and out throughout the rest of the series.As terrific as the historical aspect of this series is, as fun as it is having Darcy family and friends together for whatever reason, as intriguing as the mishaps, little tiffs, and other circumstances throughout are, it s the love, the romance between these two characters that outshines it all, and Ms Lathan has kept that front and center and kept it true to these characters who are loved the world over Darcy and Lizzy are the epitome of that love and romance as Ms Lathan first envisioned them and has now written them in her interpretation of their life together I doubt anyone could have done it much better Not even Jane Austen herself.See my complete review at

  5. says:

    I happen to be a real fan of Sharon Lathan s novels and writing style Honestly, I feel very comfortable with her writing, and trust in the sentence structure to carry me through a beautiful story It is interesting to me how her personal voice adds that second level to the romantic story, making it even sweeter The experiences that Darcy and Elizabeth share are fun to witness, and although the birth of the baby seems to take an agonizingly long time to get to, there is a real time feeling ab I happen to be a real fan of Sharon Lathan s novels and writing style Honestly, I feel very comfortable with her writing, and trust in the sentence structure to carry me through a beautiful story It is interesting to me how her personal voice adds that second level to the romantic story, making it even sweeter The experiences that Darcy and Elizabeth share are fun to witness, and although the birth of the baby seems to take an agonizingly long time to get to, there is a real time feeling about the story There really isn t a complication to be resolved, outside of the birth of the baby, so much of our reading time is spent in high anticipation for the big moment We get to trip along with the Darcys, viewing their loving relationship like a great voyeur, reveling in their breathless love and happiness After all, who doesn t want a relationship filled with such depths of love and devotion Yes, it touched off my romantic side Sigh Once again, the novel does have scenes of a sensual nature, but not as graphic as in many romance novels today.As always, I loved reading Lathan s third novel The joy in this read is in the ramblings down seaside coasts and forest trails the joy comes in the love and the pain In some very simple ways, lovers of Pride and Prejudice have already imagined such sweet and loving scenes as painted for us in the pages of these novels, but here we get to sit back and enjoy their story as it unfolds I really felt that this novel started to feellike they were starting to slip into their settled roles, yet still filled with love I enjoyed watching them relax into their marriage, and continue down the path towards becoming a great family This was a great third installment, and I can already hardly wait for the fourth

  6. says:

    Have you ever read a book or watched a movie and you just felt like you want a littleWell, if you are a Pride and Prejudice fan then you can get it Just read Sharon Lathan s Pride and Prejudice sequels and you ll get all you could possibly want and so much .In this third book in the series the Darcy s return to Pemberley after their eventful time in London, take a seaside holiday and then celebrate the birth of their first child the day before their first wedding anniversary It is f Have you ever read a book or watched a movie and you just felt like you want a littleWell, if you are a Pride and Prejudice fan then you can get it Just read Sharon Lathan s Pride and Prejudice sequels and you ll get all you could possibly want and so much .In this third book in the series the Darcy s return to Pemberley after their eventful time in London, take a seaside holiday and then celebrate the birth of their first child the day before their first wedding anniversary It is full of the beautiful, sensual romance that you know to expect from this wonderful series.My favourite chapter in this book is without a doubt Chapter 17 which is the birth of the baby It was so engaging and emotional that I cried several times whilst reading it It was interesting and full of all the birth details, for those of us who love that sort of thing I also enjoyed the announcement of Mary Bennet s engagement as well as news of the Bingley s expecting their first baby The novel ends just prior to Christmas so I imagine the next book while open with the Christmas celebrations with family, friends and the new baby.Now I have to say I found the third book a little harder to get into than I did the previous two and I think that is because it began with many letters from a minor character It also seemed that there were a lotletters in this book than others or maybe I ve just forgotten, some where interesting and some I found not so interesting

  7. says:

    The third installment by Sharon Lathan is just as good as her first two perhaps even better, as the heir to Pemberley is born Elizabeth and Darcy s love is still the main focus, but it is lovely to read and is laced with wit Dr George Darcy takes a muchsenior role in the book also I love the character and his background More please, Ms Lathan, of him Can t wait for the next installment Need to purchase 4

  8. says:

    My favorite book is pride and prejudice and this was a nice fan fiction for the story to continue. i read these books in a matter of daysI love how each book connected to each other and back to the original story line. this author has done a fantastic job. now if only we can get colin firth to play Darcy in the movie versions of these I wish

  9. says:

    I know that the 1st time a read this book I gave it 4 and not 5 stars, but I really enjoyed this book alot I thought the writing style matured alot There wassubstantial plot lines going on and a little less graffic sex scenes And what sex scenes there were, I thought were done a littletastefully I do love the added characters and family members Glad I reread this book

  10. says:

    I absolutely loved all three books in this series After i first read Pride and Prejudice i was so sad that it was over i had to see if there was continuations like for other books This is the best one that i have found so far and i always re read them

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