In this new Pride and Prejudice variation, Jennifer Altman takes readers on a journey of love and heartache. When Mr. Darcy comes to visit his friend at Pemberley, he meets the lively and charming Elizabeth Bennet. Sparks fly between the two, but misunderstandings keep them apart. As they get to know each other better, they must reconcile their faults of understanding before it’s too late.” Pride and Prejudice Variation Jennifer Altman ISBN 97814935.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for anyone who enjoys a good romance. Jennifer Altman takes the reader on a journey of love and heartache, as Mr. Darcy meets Elizabeth Bennet and sparks fly between them. However, misunderstandings keep them apart until they can reconcile their faults of understanding.
- Engaging characters that the reader feels invested in
- Skillful plot development with plenty of surprises
- Memorable scenes and dialogue that are both romantic and witty
- The characters are not very likable.
- The plot is weak.
- It’s poorly written
Learn more about the author
Jennifer Altman is the author of four novels, including “The Jealous Husband,” based on a true story. A graduate of Vanderbilt University and Illinois State University, she has worked as a newspaper reporter and freelance writer. She lives with her family in central Illinois. This book is about Mr. Darcy who goes to visit his friend at Pemberley and meets Elizabeth Bennet there.
“In this new Pride and Prejudice variation, Jennifer Altman takes readers on a journey of love and heartache. When Mr. Darcy comes to visit his friend at Pemberley, he meets the lively and charming Elizabeth Bennet. Sparks fly between the two, but misunderstandings keep them apart.”
“I really enjoyed this book! It was a fun and enjoyable read. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who is a fan of Pride and Prejudice.”
“This book was amazing! I loved it from beginning to end. It had just the right amount of romance, humor, and angst. Plus, Mr. Darcy was absolutely swoon-worthy.”
“Faults of Understanding is a delightful book that I could not put down. The characters are well-drawn and believable, and the story moves along at just the right pace. Altman has skillfully captured all the nuances of Austen’s classic novel while bringing her own fresh ideas to the plot.”