Trouble with Mr. Darcy

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Is it even possible to have a perfect romance?Sensual, happy, and steeped in all the luxuries of the lavish Regency period, Darcy and Elizabeth must still face the many challenges that every married couple confronts after the honeymoon is over. Just…

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    Om Trouble with Mr. Darcy

    Is it even possible to have a perfect romance?Sensual, happy, and steeped in all the luxuries of the lavish Regency period, Darcy and Elizabeth must still face the many challenges that every married couple confronts after the honeymoon is over. Just as the most intense issues of their marriage begin to arise, George Wickham returns to Hertfordshire bent on creating trouble. Knowing Darcy as long as he has, Wickham knows just how to strike at his vulnerabilities. But Wickham is only a pawn for someone even more unscrupulous than he is-and much more powerful.When everything Darcy cherishes most is thrown into deadly danger, and knowing that Wickham has nothing left to lose, Darcy must confront his enemy and his own demons at the same time...Praise for Sharon Lathan's Darcy Saga:"Ms. Lathan's writing is lyrical and perfect for this genre...Jane Austen would be proud." -The Good, The Bad and The Unread"Engaging, fast-paced, and searingly romantic." -Austenprose"A look inside the marriage of Darcy and Lizzy-the hot, steamy love affair between two very passionate people." -A Bibliophile's Bookshelf"Exquisitely told with a brilliant flourish of language and so rich in detail." -Rundpinne.com

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    Format
    E-Bok
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    Filformat
    ePUB
    Utgivelsesår
    2011
    Forlag
    Sourcebooks
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9781402262678
    Sider
    368

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