Wednesday, 4 September 2019

Death takes a Holiday at Pemberley by Kelly Miller with a Giveaway

Kindle Edition, 258 pages
Published June 14th 2019 by Meryton Press
Pride and Prejudice variation
In exchange for an honest review

My thoughts:
Death takes a holiday at Pemberley, well that had me a bit scared. Don't you dare touch Darcy!

Death in the shape of Graham comes calling when Darcy almost dies. Graham wants to see why Darcy is so happy and decides to stay for a week.

What we have is a happy Lizzy and Darcy. But a Darcy who is fearful since death is near.

We also meet other characters that are dear to us, and not so dear. Lady Catherine is still angry and wants to cause mayhem, ugh, I despise her.

Other characters have their own troubles, one person made me disappointed, one made me happy.

I can't really say a lot other than yes Death is visiting. I also appreciated that the author never really spelled it out what he was and where he came from, the more religious side of it all if you catch my drift.

I always like my PP stories, because they can always take another turn, and this one was different for sure. You never know what will happen. They are always amusing.

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What will the master of Pemberley do when confronted with the mercurial whims of an all-powerful angel?

Fitzwilliam Darcy’s well-ordered life is about to become a chaotic nightmare. A man of fortune, property, and social prominence, he has everything he could desire. Blissfully married to his wife, Elizabeth, they have a two-year-old son. With so much to live for, Darcy is shaken by a near-fatal riding accident. After a miraculous escape, he is visited by an otherworldly being: an angel of death named Graham. Threatening dire consequences, Graham compels Darcy to guide him on a sojourn in the world of mortals.

Darcy immediately questions the angel’s motives when he demands to be a guest at Pemberley. Can he trust Graham’s assurance that no harm will come to his wife and child? And why does Graham insist on spending time with Elizabeth? How can Darcy possibly protect his family from an angel with power over life and death?

In this romantic fantasy, the beloved couple from Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice must contend with both human and unearthly challenges. Are the fates against them? Or will their extraordinary love conquer all? 

Author Bio:
Kelly Miller discovered her appreciation for Jane Austen late in life, and her love of writing even later. The 1995 miniseries of Pride and Prejudice made her take notice and want to read the actual book. Many years later, she discovered the world of Jane Austen Fan Fiction. After reading a slew of wildly inventive stories featuring Jane Austen’s most beloved characters, she was inspired to write one of her own. Now, writing is a favorite pastime. When not pondering a plot point or a turn of phrase, she spends her free time playing the piano, singing, and walking.
Kelly Miller resides in Silicon Valley with her husband, daughter, and their many pets.


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22 comments:

  1. oh man, Lady Catherine is still at it, eh? LOl.

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  2. I almost have to get this one because of the cover -t eh dog looks like Fonzi lol

    That sounds like a good twist on P&P!

    Karen @ For What It's Worth

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  3. Lady Catherine's a witch! Even I know that :)

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  4. Ugh, Lady Catherine! Loved Lizzie's put down of her in the end. This sounds like a fun continuation of the PP story! :)

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  5. Now this sounds like an interesting take on P&P! I can see why you would call this very different!

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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    1. You don't really see Death visiting Pride and P so oh yeah

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  6. I am not a P&P fan but it is interesting the spins authors put on it.

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  7. you're right I always like to see the ideas of the author!

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  8. Thanks for making it open to all.

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  9. I have this one to read, too. :)

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  10. Ok, is that a collie? It looks a lot like my little guy! Too happy to see that!

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  11. I don't read a lot of P&P variations any more, but this sounds fun.

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