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From the author of Mr. Darcy's Daughters, the delightful escapades of the Darcy family continue with an enchanting story set at Pride and Prejudice's Pemberley.

When Phoebe, a young niece of Pride and Prejudice's Mr. Darcy, is shattered by an unhappy romance, she retreats to Pemberley and is joined by kind-hearted Louisa Bingley, unmarried after three London seasons. Once the young ladies are situated in the house, several handsome strangers also arrive - all hopeful of winning the girls' hearts. As preparations for the ball that Mr. and Mrs. Darcy are to give at Pemberley gain momentum, mischief and love triangles abound, making life as difficult as possible for anyone connected with the Darcy family.

Populated with authentic characters firmly rooted in Jane Austen's mores and stylistic traditions, Mr. Darcy's Dream has an unforgettable combination of romance, societal scandals, friendship, family, and marriage.

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Spoiler Alert...

Do not read further unless you want to know key info and why I was so disappointed with this book. The two main lovers only have one meaningful conversation in the whole book and that is for a few minutes in the very last chapter. They don't exchange any other worthwhile "looks" , "words" or meetings. The heroine spends the whole book running away from the hero due to a misunderstanding that would have been cleared up in a minute if they had talked! There is no story here...its rubbish!
This is not my idea of a romance. Its a shame. If the book had started with their meeting and evolved from there, a much better story could have been written. The only thing that kept me listening was Phylida Nash's narration. Once again she is excellent. But the book is awful for a romance.