Spell Your Love with Gemstones

Sharon Lathan

Sharon Lathan is the best-selling author of The Darcy Saga, a ten-volume sequel series to Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice.

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Kathy Berlin

I had heard of these rings before but I love how you write Darcy expressing his feeling with one.

Last edited 2 years ago by Kathy Berlin

Beautiful gemstones. These designs are trendy and classy. I love them all, especially that sapphire gemstone. Thanks for sharing. https://hancockssignetrings.com/cufflinks


Superb selection! Love all the beautiful gemstones. Thanks for sharing.


So fascinating! Thanks for the post.


What a fabulous passage thanks Sharon. I wish I had known about acrostic jewellery when I bought a ring in Bath. There were so many different types of stones I may been able to work out what they mean! I know what I need to do! I will have to visit Bath again and make some more purchases 😉
I love your excerpt Sharon! I am so excited about this latest novel you have in store for us 🙂
*Happy dancing* xox


That was so interesting! It is wonderful to learn something new. Thank you for the wonderful excerpt. I am sending this to my mother in law because she loves stones and jewelry more than me LOL. She will appreciate all your research.

Sheri Humphreys

Sharon, you know I love this kind of stuff. Acrostic jewelry was quite the gem of a find. History is just so much fun.

Love that Elizabeth’s ring spells “dearest.” Utterly perfect!

Kris Lynn

Great post, Sharon. J’adore is actually I adore or I love. L’amour is love – the noun. Je t’aime is I love you. I love gem stones (J’aime pierres des gemme).

I collect gems and rocks and minerals like some women collect shoes or handbags.

This scene with Darcy and Lizzy is, as usual, so sweet. Perfect that he is “practicing”. J’adore cette l’homme!

Miss you!

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