Then she disappears.
Still reeling from the loss, Darcy is struck by a battlefield tragedy that leaves him in a dark and silent world.
Sent to Donwell Abbey to recover, he's coaxed back to life by an extraordinary nurse. A woman whose uncanny similarities to Elizabeth invite his admiration and entice his affections.
His heart tells him to hold on to Elizabeth. His head tells him to take a chance with his nurse.
But Donwell Abbey holds a secret that just might change everything.
Escape to the era of Downton Abbey in this enthralling stand-alone sequel* to Darcy's Hope ~ Beauty from Ashes that includes appearances by John Thornton, Margaret Hale, Colonel Brandon, Marianne Dashwood, and descendants of George Knightley.
Due to a busy academic schedule this semester, I'm a bit behind in my blogging, but I didn't want today to go by without this scheduled post. Fans of Jane Austen, Elizabeth Gaskell and Downton Abbey rejoice! We have the perfect series for you. Stay tuned here for my full review of Darcy's Hope at Donwell Abbey, but in the meantime, please take a moment to enjoy the rest the blog tour, already underway. There's also a nice giveaway as a part of the tour as well. More soon!
Feb 1: The Ardent Reader
Feb 2: From Pemberley to Milton
Feb 3: My Jane Austen Book Club
Feb 4: My Love for Jane Austen
Feb 5: VVB32 Reads
Feb 6: Just Jane 1813
Feb 7: Savvy Verse & Wit
Feb 8: Austenesque Reviews
Feb 9: My Kids Led Me Back to P&P
Feb 10: Babblings of a Bookworm
Feb 11: Obsessed with Mr. Darcy
Feb 12: Musings from the Yellow Kitchen
Feb 13: Half Agony Half Hope
Feb 14: My Vices & Weaknesses
Feb 15: Diary of an Eccentric
Feb 16: Every Savage Can Dance
Feb 17: More Agreeably Engaged
Feb 18: The Calico Critic
Feb 20: Austenesque Reviews
Feb 21: More than Thornton
Feb 22: Margie's Must Reads
Feb 23: Delighted Reader
Feb 24: Becky's Book Reviews
Feb 25: Darcyholic Diversions
Feb 26: Linda Andrews
Feb 27: Every Woman Dreams
Feb 28: Tomorrow is Another Day
About the Author
The teacher always learns the most. And in homeschooling her children, Ginger Monette learned all the history she missed in school. Now she's hooked—on writing and World War I.
When not writing, Ginger enjoys dancing on the treadmill, watching period dramas, public speaking, and reading—a full-length novel every Sunday afternoon.
In 2015, her WW1 flash fiction piece, Flanders Field of Grey, won Charlotte Mecklenburg Library's “Picture This” grand prize.
Ginger lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, where she happily resides with her husband, three teenagers, and two loyal dogs.
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