From the Publisher:
Acclaimed author Rebecca Ann Collins once again turns to the rich tapestry of Pride and Prejudice, moving the beloved characters forward and introducing new characters into a complex social history of an evolving period in English history. Contrary, opinionated, and headstrong, Becky Collins – daughter of Charlotte Lucas and Mr. Collins – has always defied her staid upbringing with a determination not to submit to the pressures of Victorian domesticity and class distinction. She marries Anthony Tate, a man of wealth and power, believing it will enhance her opportunities to make something significant of a hitherto ordinary life, but quickly discovers that it brings her neither happiness nor contentment. Becky’s story is a glimpse behind the scenes of the complicated struggles that often lay behind the seemingly calm exterior of Victorian womanhood.
 
My Review
LOVE –  LOVE – LOVE
this one!
A Woman Of Influence is exactly
what I want as a Jane Austin fan!
The perfect read.
 
Charismatic characters.
Plauseable plots.
A hint of history.
Tales of the times.
 
I can’t wait to get my hands
on all the books in the
Pemberley Chronicles

Thank you, thank you, thank you…
Rebecca Ann Collins, Danielle, 
and Sourcbooks – for bringing me
hours of pure reading enjoyment!

 
Short Synopsis Sunday: A WOMAN OF INFLUENCE

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  1. Many thanks for your kind review- I also love this series- in fact I have been addicted to hese books since they first appeared ten years ago!
    I agree with yuur comments and just wish to add that I love the way the author develops the relationshipd between her characters- sisters , cousins, mothers and daughters, lovers and friends- it's so perfect, so well done! I just cannot put the books down.
    The love interest is beautifully drawn out- delicately, with depth and sincerity.
    Such a joyous change from the "wham, bang, thank you ma'am" culture of modern writing!

    Do read the rest of the series and let us know what you think.
    Thanks again, Andrea

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