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Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite
From Pemberley, a Wedding to Remember by Margaret Lynette Sharp is a short historical story. Elizabeth’s daughter is getting married tomorrow and Elizabeth has just learned that Amelia is threatening not to come. Lady Catherine de Bourgh’s granddaughter, Amelia, is making some heavy demands of the Darcy family and if she doesn’t get her way, she might just ruin Juliette’s big day. Fierce arguments threaten to mar the special event. What has caused Amelia to act this way and will she succeed in ruining the wedding day? Will this be a wedding to remember for the wrong reasons or the right ones?
From Pemberley, a Wedding to Remember by Margaret Lynette Sharp is a charming short story. Written in the style of Jane Austen, this tale comes fully alive through Margaret’s words, and you live and breathe the story as you read it. This is part of a series (I haven’t read the others) but, although the other books probably give you more detail to work with, I felt this one worked very well as a standalone story. There is plenty of action in this tale, as well as excitement and more than a few twists. And a lesson to be learned too – there are always two sides to any story! This may be a short read but it was an enjoyable one with well-developed characters and a tight, 'to the point' plot that didn’t deviate from its course in any way. If you enjoy reading Jane Austen and Regency era stories, then you will love this and, I suspect, the rest of the series.