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Marcus Cruz from Fresno, California wrote on August 29, 2011:
Hey Sharon....

My daughter loves the books!!!! I just need you to sign them for her!!
Kathy from Lebanon, Ohio wrote on August 19, 2011:
Thank you so much for continuing the wonderful relationship of Fitzwilliam and Elizabeth! I read P & P for the first time less than a month ago (very sad I never read it before!). I was thrilled to see someone continued the story and have read all but 2 of your books! Thank you SO much for these lovely novels- I usually do not read fiction, but have been captivated by your works and have recently purchased nearly all of them. Keep up the good work and be assured there are many of us waiting on more!
Monifa from East Hartford,CT wrote on August 16, 2011:
Hi Mrs. Lathan,

First let me say that I thoroughly enjoyed every one of your books. I was glad to see that I was not the only one that what happened after the movie.
Secondly, will there be another book in the series? Please say yes!!!! I am so in love with the Darcy's and their friends and family and need to read more of them. Please continue this series.

Devoted reader

Monifa
andrea wrote on August 15, 2011:
I love Keira Knightly, but the BBC version of Pride and prejdice is the better of the two. Collin F. is Mr Darcy 🙂
(week knees)

Thank you!
Andrea wrote on August 15, 2011:
Just finish The trouble with Mr Darcy. Its my 4th one in your series.
I have enjoyed them all. I hope you are working on one where the Darcys are a little bit older with teens maybe? and more on Miss Lydia. Thank You!
Xirong from Toronto, Canada wrote on August 12, 2011:
Dear Ms Lathan,

I am frantically in love with P&P, both the novel and various film and television adaptations. Then I started to look for literary adaptations and I encountered your site.

Thank you for writing beautiful novels to this regard.

I wonder if possible, since your books are all so recently published, whether you could have them all electronicalized, i.e. all of the books come with both paperback and electronic versions?

Thanks,
Nicole Rysavy Stevenson wrote on August 8, 2011:
I'm counting down the days and months until the next book release!!! Will you ever do a meet and greet in Austin TX?
Rachel from Tucson wrote on August 6, 2011:
I absolutely adore your books. I just started reading them this summer and have almost read them all (only two more to purchase). I always enjoyed Jane Austen's stories; Pride and Prejudice being one of my favorites. Your writing has given me great joy in being able to picture what the Darcy's future could be. Thank you so much and please keep writing.
Michele Bailey from Oregon wrote on July 21, 2011:
Hi Sharon,
Love your books! I became intrigued and somewhat addicted to the Pride and Prejusdice story after seeing the 2005 movie (in 2010!). Where was I in 2005 anyway? Probably saving babies! I also work in the NICU. You can probably relate to the weird hours and movies missed over the years!

I appreciate that you have the novels listed in order here, as well as, what other names they've been published under. It was a little difficult to determine what order the books should be in. It would be nice if they had the number on them or the sequence listed inside the back of the book. I am returning a book this morning that I thought was a new one but to my disappointment, it wasn't. I already had it!

Look forward to reading about Georgie. Will be watching for others. Thanks for sharing your talent with us.
Michele
Barbara from St. Louis, Missouri wrote on July 16, 2011:
Ms. Lathan,
I just wanted to say I too have loved Pride & Prejudice since the 2005 movie which I saw 2 yrs. ago. I then rented the 1995 movie because I knew there had to be more to it than shown in the movie. But it was not until I bought the Jane Austen book that I fell head over heels in love the the characters and books. I own most of your books and love them all. I am working on owning them all along with many of the others others, but yours are among my most favorites. Please keep writing them!
Kaitlyn wrote on June 30, 2011:
I absolutely love your site and your novels! As soon as I previewed Mr. and Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy online, I HAD to purchase it! Thank God for people like yourself who love Elizabeth and Darcy just as much as I do. And you’ve made me love them even more.

Their relationship is indeed perfection. It’s what love and marriage should be. I have to say that I was quite pleased when I read the first volume in this series, particularly with the wedding night. I find it very romantic and sweet when newly married couples are each other’s “first.” And what better couple to lose their virginity to one another than my favorite: Elizabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam Darcy!

I hope to find my own Mr. Darcy someday. But, then again, what woman hasn’t wished that?

God bless!

~Kaitlyn

P.S. I placed this comment onto your picture, whoops! My apologies. Technology and I don't get along sometimes. Haha!
Morgan wrote on June 19, 2011:
Hi again i just want to say that I want to meet yo so much because you share the same feelings i do about pride and prejudice and about Matthew being the favorite Mr. Darcy of them all! I aalso fell head over heels when I read your last book before the first one not knowing LOL! it still hasnt come in the mail yet but im counting on any dat now because im getting very impaitiont...i read a sample of the first chapter in my kindle last night and there are now words for it.....Its apsolutly beautiful and i love it!!!! thank you so much you are the best!!!
Morgan wrote on June 17, 2011:
hi!!! im impatiently awaiting the arival of Mr. & Mrs. Fitzwilliam darcy im an addict to Mr. Darcy i love him so much and i would love to have a man like him if that were even possible! i watch the movie so much and i wish that i could meet Matthew in person!!! thank you so much for writing these books im forever greatful to you!!!!
Annie from Baltimore, MD wrote on June 9, 2011:
Sharon,
I've been reading your continuation story of Lizzie and Darcy ever since you began posting weekly chapters ever so many years ago! Been with you from the beginning stages of getting published, and now look at where you are! I always knew your stories were much to good to NOT be published!
If you keep writing, I will keep reading!
xo
Annie
Sharlyn Whitson from Beaumont, Texas wrote on June 4, 2011:
Ms. Sharon Lathan, hello I just want too say thank you first off for continuing Pride and Prejudice. I love Jane Austens writings soo much, and admittingly hated that the love between Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth ended with their marriage, but then I came across this book My Dearest Mr. Darcy, and I have been consumed by the romance between Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth. I am so happy this great and wonderful love story is being continued. I it seems have started with book 3, but I will soon buy all the books and start from the beginning. Thank You again, I really have been enjoying reading the continuation of Pride and Prejudice. Have a Blessed day, and thank you.
Christine Rigby from Sydney Australia wrote on June 2, 2011:
ps forgot to say the new webpage is fabulous Kiki
Christine Rigby from Sydney Australia wrote on June 2, 2011:
Hi again Sharon
Have started winter here and its just the time to start the Darcy Saga again (my husband thinks I am crazy) they are perfect for rainy wintery days but they don't last long enough. Will eagerly await Georgies story. But the lives of William and Lizzie ease all our souls on knowing how wonderful love can be. With no new W & L story looming I guess, like others, I will keep rereading.
Your paperbacks have all gone to good homes and are constantly being passed around and the group in Sydney is getting ever larger
Have a great Summer Kiki
Joe from Central Oregon wrote on May 29, 2011:
Mrs. Lathan-
Though I am ashamed to admit it...about two weeks ago, I determined that though I love all movies, my favorite genre is romance/romantic comedy. I needed to be honest with myself (and those I care about...though they probably already knew ) and embrace the man God made me to be. I ended up coming home, watching P&P and was then looking for something more. A friend loaned me Mr. & Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy. I am hooked. I cannot wait to obtain the next, and the next and so on. Thank You, Joe
Kate wrote on May 27, 2011:
Ms. Lathan,

I have had the pleasure of reading all your books the moment they arrive at my doorstep from amazon.com. I am pleased to say I have read each book published thus far on the day it was released and I don't plan on stopping that tradition any time soon. Please continue writing as your books keep me going when things are rough in my relationships. I can't wait for your next book on Georgiana and I can assure you I will one of the first readers to have a copy of the published book. Keep on publishing the books of the Darcy saga as I can't get enough on Mr. Darcy!

Your loving reader and adoring fan,
Ms. Kate
Joanna from California wrote on May 26, 2011:
Dear Sharon,
I read Pride & Predjudice in High School but did not fully appreciate the wonderful Mr. Darcy and Miss Elizabeth Bennett until I had watched the movie with Keira Knightly & Matthew Macfayden. Since then I have read it three times again and always would wonder how their love would have continued. I was shopping in Target and happen to cross Mr. & Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy. I was so Excited. It took me two days to read and it wasn't enough! I looked online and found the next two novels. I had to wait a whole 7 months for In the Arms of Mr. Darcy. I have read the four novels of the saga three times now. I never tire of escaping into the world you've created for them. Headed to the store tomorrow to pick up The Trouble with Mr. Darcy. Can't wait!! Thank You