by Sharon Lathan
This book is a delightful continuation of Pride and Prejudice. Darcy and Elizabeth sparkle with humor and wit throughout. I loved that they went through many of the trials that an ordinary husband and wife face, doubts, fears, their first real fight, and hopes for the future. Also, there is a dash of peril and excitement to add a different layer of emotions as Darcy is faced with fears for Elizabeth's life.
There is no swearing in this book, at least, none that I noticed. Sometimes I have trouble keeping these things in mind when I am caught up in a good story.
It gets a 4.10 for one scene of violence and one scene of threat.
This rates a 7.10 for sexuality, due to several scenes of varying explicitness all of which take place between a married couple.