Lady Catherine comes to Meryton...and Mrs. Bennet gives her a piece of her mind.
Fitzwilliam Darcy is more determined than ever to win Elizabeth's love - no matter what obstacles their families place between them.
Elizabeth Bennet is growing to love Darcy, but a life-threatening secret threatens to dash her hopes for their happily-ever-after.
When a matron is found murdered in the midst of a militia parade, Darcy soon discovers the strength of the victim's enemies...and their closeness to Elizabeth. Can Darcy protect her when she is determined to bring the murderer to justice?
With a cold-blooded killer on the loose and their hearts on the line, can Darcy and Elizabeth work together to solve another mystery while fighting for each other?
The Indomitable Miss Elizabeth is the second novel in Jennifer Joy's A Meryton Mystery romance series set in England's captivating Regency era - when a gentleman's manners were regarded as highly as a lady's reputation and a happy marriage was the ultimate prize (although a fortune was never frowned upon).
If you like falling in love with Mr. Darcy and Miss Elizabeth as they fall for each other, then you'll love this sweet romance-mystery variation of Jane Austen's timeless classic, Pride and Prejudice.
Listen to The Indomitable Miss Elizabeth to satisfy your craving for a fast-paced mystery interwoven with a heartwarming, wholesome romance today!
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Clean romance with a mystery!
This narrator is really good. She gave each character their individual personality and I could differentiate between them. Would highly recommend listening to audio books narrated by Nancy Peterson.
I loved this book. I've never read a pride and prejudice retelling with a mystery. I must admit that I didn't guess who did it and was surprised when I found out who it was and why they did it.
I gave it four stars because I found Elizabeth to be really annoying at times. She doubted D'Arcy a lot and why he was doing the things he did. Except for this I thought it was a really good read.
We meet a lot of the main characters from pride and prejudice as well as the minor characters who have a bigger role in this book.
Would recommend this book to all since there is no bad language or sexual content. There is some mild violence.
I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.