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Reader Reviews for Miss Darcy Falls in Love
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Sharon Lathan
November 14, 2014 - 12:44 AM
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Love finally finds Georgiana! It is a wonderful continuation of one of my all time favorite series. You’ll be falling in love with Mr. Butler and forgetting all about dreamy Mr. Darcy {if only for the moment!!} Their love of music and the city of Paris create a wonderful backdrop.


This story was so sweet. Georgiana Darcy truly makes a marvelous heroine. Out of her brother’s watchful shadow, she is just beginning to stretch her wings, and where better to accomplish that than in the City of Lights? She makes many delightful new friends, including the musical, handsome Sebastian Butler. And that is all it is at first: a warm, treasured friendship. Watching it develop into more was a pleasure.  As in all of the best romances, there are things standing in their way. In the case of Miss Darcy Falls in Love, their main obstacles are themselves. They both make mistakes and there are foolish misunderstandings that make me shake my head at their mutual silliness. It was lovely. Poor Lord Caxton really didn’t stand a chance.  I really liked the depth of Sebastian Butler as a character. You can really get to know him, to understand and respect him. He’s a little older, a little more experienced than Georgiana, reminding me of Mr. Knightley. Georgiana is sweetly naive, but that hardly slows her down. She’s the sort of character who might get momentarily confused on her path, but when she makes up her mind she is a force to be reckoned with.  This is a must for anyone who has read Sharon Lathan’s Darcy Saga, but even if you haven’t read any of her other books you should give this one a try.


I fell in Love with Miss Darcy!!!  This is definitely my favorite book by Sharon Lathan!! The story starts out while Georgiana is in Europe. She meets up again with a Mr Butler who she previously met in London during her coming out. Mr Butler shares a love of music with Georgiana and they become fast friends. Georgiana is thrown into the social culture in France and is having a great time. Meeting new friends and possible suitors. This is where the story gets intriguing and has lots of angst. Georgina does not know her own heart yet. Who should she choose? There’s a tall dark and handsome Baron who would be perfect. All the other ladies swoon for his attentions. The story is wonderfully written and I felt like I was immersed in France listening to wonderful music. Definitely worth reading!!


Loved it!  I am a real fan of Sharon Lathan but I must admit I hesitated quite a while before I bought this book. I was not sure whether or not the story of Georgiana alone would hold my attention for a whole book. I really did enjoy her story – seeing her mature and gain confidence in herself and her talent. It was lovely to see her meet a man who not only shared her passion for music but also was willing to combine his talent with hers.


Magnifique!!!  WOW I absolutely loved this exquisite book!! I could not put it down until I was finished! I have loved Sharon’s novels since her very first (Mr & Mrs Fitzwilliam Darcy). I can easily say that each one she delivers is even better than the last! In “Miss Darcy Falls in Love” right from the very beginning the lush and sensuous descriptiveness of Lyon, Paris and its inhabitants had me spellbound. I love Europe and I love music so the combination of these elements along with Sharon’s wonderful romantic touch made for a perfect story! The attention to detail is immaculate and thus transports me to the very scene which I am reading. This is so true that at one point I was speaking to Georgiana because her response to Lord Caxton had me so fired up! I love the way Sharon has developed Georgiana’s character (throughout all her novels) culminating in this exquisite story! There is no character or scene that Sharon leaves lacking. Each character has such a great backstory that it is hard to imagine they are not real. I am always in awe of Sharon’s genius. I love Sebastian Butler, Sharon has chosen/created the perfect husband for the beautiful Georgiana. The inclusion of Lord Caxton was such a great idea, sending my emotions into a turbulent spin! The mad rush to find Sebastian had me on the edge of my seat! But thankfully as always Sharon produced a wonderful ending to a perfect historical romance. Even though I could never have imagined Georgiana having her own story, I now wish to read more about her time with Sebastian and their lives at the Conservatoire de Musique in Paris! Bravo Sharon on a magnificent novel.


Loved this book! How wonderful to read a truly unique story of Georgiana Darcy! So well written, fluid and moving, this book is a welcome addition to my library!


Love Miss Darcy!  I’ve always loved Sharon’s Darcy Saga so was very excited to read this and see more of Georgiana. Like another Darcy we know, the road to true love is never smooth. Georgiana pursues her love of music in Paris and once again meets Mr. Sebastian Butler, the Viscount Nell, who is fellow musician whom she met at a ball held at Darcy House in London. She also meets the intriguing Lord Caxton. The story follows Georgiana’s adventures in France and her journey to love. Which of the two suitors does she decide between – read and find out!


Must Have Book! Must read for P&P lovers! The expansion of Georgiana’s character is done so well, I felt as though I know her. The story was wonderful adding new characters to the mix and continuing the lives of all the Darcy families. Wonderfully written descriptions as well. I feel as though I was there! Highly recommend this book!


Great writer I do so enjoy Sharon Lathan’s writing. Good story line, believable romantic interludes, very tastefully written with not profanity or vulgar phrases. I highly recommend Ms. Lathan’s writing style.


Georgiana finds happiness, and well deserved!  Georgiana Darcy finds herself in a tough spot while she and her relatives travel through Europe and Paris. Sharon Lathan writes a compelling story where Georgiana’s character is true to the spirit of Jane Austen’s depiction of Georgiana in Pride and Prejudice. The man that Georgiana falls in love with is a kindred spirit and soulmate. The story is written from the point of view of both Georgiana and her beau. It is so intense and sweet to read, and very satisfying at the end when the couple is married in front of their family, including Darcy, Elizabeth and many others!


Georgiana’s story finally revealed I loved this book as much as I have loved all of the other Darcy books written by Sharon Lathan. I feel as if I am there with the characters and interacting with them. Seeing Miss Darcy emerge from a timid and shy girl and grow into a talented and beautiful woman was very entertaining. Sebastian Butler as her friend and eventual mate was exciting and enchanting.


Love the newest book from Sharon! Love this book! Read from front to back in a couple of days it was such a fun read. Sharon always puts much research into her books but this one definitely goes way above and beyond. There is so much to take in and the reader is literally transported from the black and white pages of the book to Paris and Lyons, into ballrooms, into intimate conversations between blossoming lovers, into Georgiana’s torn heart of hearts as she debates a dilemma of a lifetime that has you guessing until the end! But Sharon executes a wonderful ending that had me cheering Georgiana on as she stands up for herself in the name of love. I loved the details of a bygone era, one of which Georgiana is so brave to enter into by taking her love of music into a public arena. I too wondered if I would like reading a story on Georgiana alone without our beloved Lizzy and Darcy intertwined but it turns out I SO loved it. The characters are richly developed and I learned to love Georgiana even more and in her own right as a young, intelligent, beautiful woman. Such a wonderful book and now that I read it I love how we now know the rest of Georgiana’s story!


A must read!!  Sharon Lathan does it again! Here is another must read that should be on everyone’s list!  Mr. Darcy has a younger sister, and why shouldn’t she fall in love as well? She does, but which gentleman does she pick? I couldn’t read it fast enough to find out! Again, a must read!!


Great book  Very interesting take on Georgiana Darcy, much like her brother and Lizzy her romance with Sebastian is filled with misunderstandings and stubbornness. I would have liked to see her interact a little more with her family since she is such a shy and family oriented person, but it was a good story nonetheless. I hope to get more of the Darcy family as well and the new Butler family from Sharon Lathan.


This book got high marks from me because I have seen such growth in this author, and her writing style. I really enjoyed this book. The story moved along, and told a very entertaining story. This is a romance novel, about Georgiana Darcy. I was always interested in her as a character, and I feel that the author gave her a great story.


I was delighted by the sweetness of the relationships between just about all the characters from family to friends. While there are many moments I felt that one or two of them needed a slap, overall this was a story about romance and love. As such there were no real villains, and I rather liked that. In the world of Jane Austen there arguably are not any true villains, being that there are rules of etiquette and decorum that largely influence everyone, and so I felt Sharon Lathan held to that wonderfully creating an enjoyable journey with just the right amount of obstacles and obstinacy to finding a loving happy ending.


This was a beautiful and eloquently written piece of work, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. The agony between the two main characters is almost palpable and I felt for them both. The second to last scene is a bit risque but was classy and appropriately sweet and sexual. It was like reading chocolate. I admire the control the author has in balancing detail while maintaining a sense of propriety. Lovers of Jane Austen will adore this novel!







Miss Darcy Falls in Love - 2014 World Book Night US selection! 
Historical romance novelist, author of The Darcy Saga
"Happily ever after comes true..."
John 3:16
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