Book Review: Darcy at Last

May 24, 2016

Darcy at Last
Jane Grix
68 pages
Kindle edition

From the Publisher:

After an accident, Elizabeth Bennet has amnesia. She cannot remember the past few months – including Mr. Darcy’s disastrous proposal. Although concerned for Elizabeth’s health, Darcy realizes he now has a second chance to win her heart. Darcy At Last is a Pride and Prejudice Variation short story or novelette.


Last winter I “met” Jane in a blogging group/community I am a member of.  I have enjoyed following her posts and journey since meeting her.  If you are a follower of this blog you know I love a good clean romance story – and Jane delivers just that.  Nice clean, sweet romances, and she loves to write Jane Austen fiction too!  Her books are just perfect for me!

I haven’t read all her books, just a few of her short novellas.  I really enjoy the twists and spins that she puts on this story.  How would the story be different with Elizabeth had forgotten all about the first proposal  This is a cute short read and perfect for if you have an afternoon free and need something fun to read.  Jane is great at delivering witty books that really let us see a different side of some of our favorite Austen characters.  The only thing I didn’t like is, similar to her other novellas that I’ve read, is that it could always be longer!

You’ll want to check back because tomorrow I have a interesting author interview to share with you – along with a giveaway for one of Jane’s books!

You can grab a whole collection of stories by Jane Grix from the link below.

Final Score:

5 stars

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