Hello Austen’s Fans I have a compelling book for you. So grab yourself a cuppa and let me tell you about Elizabeth Adams newest book.

There is a giveaway at the end of this post. So please Enter to Win!

Thanks for joining me on my blog tour stop for Sons of Pemberley by Elizabeth Adams hosted by HFBT!

Sons of Pemberley: A Pride & Prejudice Reimagining by Elizabeth Adams

Publication Date: November 27, 2020
Paperback & eBook; 468 pages
Genre: Historical Fiction/Regency

What if Lady Anne Darcy was alive to meet Elizabeth Bennet?

A sweeping tale of tragedy, devotion, and betrayal—spanning over 25 years and two generations—this family saga explores the life Fitzwilliam Darcy would have had if his mother had not died young.

An up-close view of the Darcys’ marriage and Fitzwilliam’s childhood … a retelling of the circumstances that shaped the man we have come to love … a reimagining of the friendships and relationships that formed each iconic character … a tale of love, loss, heartbreak, and triumph—that is Sons of Pemberley.


This book was received from the Author, and Publisher, in exchange for an honest review. Opinions and thoughts expressed in this review are completely my own.

This is a non spoiler review, because you as reader need to read this book. Also, I feel sometimes I have in the past gave away to much of the plot line. This has diminished the pleasure for would be readers.


If you ever feel your friends wouldn’t save your life if the situation called for it, find new friends.”

Elizabeth Adams has written a wonderfully reimagined Autenque.

I was captivated and enjoyed how the author created a wonderful heartbreaking storyline, while taking liberties with Austen’s characters.

You have George Darcy, Samuel Wickham, Fitzwilliam Darcy and George Wickham., who make up the Sons of Pemberley. This version centers on Lady Anne, a well known character of Jane Austen. Her life and her love story, along with many more characters in Pride & Prejudice.

A richly detailed in-depth family saga, that weaves seamlessly back and forth. Lady Anne and George Darcy, along with their sons make up the eloquently written tale. Adams should be applauded for originality, along with her impeccable characters development.

Told in dual time lines that flow superbly, allowing the reader to become more intimate with the characters. The authors recreation of a beloved classic is masterly done.

Elizabeth Adams is a book-loving, tango-dancing, Austen enthusiast. She loves old houses and thinks birthdays should be celebrated with trips – as should most occasions. She can often be found by a sunny window with a cup of hot tea and a book in her hand.

She writes romantic comedy and comedic drama in both historic and modern settings.

You can find more information, short stories, and outtakes at www.EAdamsWrites.com. You can also find her on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Goodreads.

Monday, February 15
Review at Probably at the Library

Tuesday, February 16
Review at Amy’s Booket List

Wednesday, February 17
Interview at Austenprose
Review at Pursuing Stacie

Thursday, February 18
Excerpt at Bookish Rantings

Saturday, February 20
Review at Nursebookie

Monday, February 22
Review at Gwendalyn’s Books

Tuesday, February 23
Interview at Novels Alive
Interview at Jorie Loves A Story

Wednesday, February 24
Review at Heidi Reads
Review at Novels Alive

We have 2 paperbacks, 2 eBooks, and 2 Audiobook download codes up for grabs during the tour!

The giveaway is open to the US & Canada only and ends on February 24th. You must be 18 or older to enter.

: https://gleam.io/4mRVa/sons-of-pemberley

3 Comments on “Sons of Pemberley: A Pride & Prejudice Reimagining by Elizabeth Adams

  1. Hello! This book looks fabulous! It seems creative and engaging.

    I tried to get into the link for the giveaway and for some reason it shows computer coding. Is there something I’m not doing correctly?

    Thanks again for a great review!

    Liked by 1 person

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