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After losing her father in autumn and falling in love with Mr. Darcy, Elizabeth Bennet quickly feels the frustrations of settling her newly widowed mother and making her debut in London society. Tackling adventures in three counties, the Bennet sisters find new paths opening up before them. A mistake by one sister places the whole family at risk and it takes the full Benne After losing her father in autumn and falling in love with Mr. Darcy, Elizabeth Bennet quickly feels the frustrations of settling her newly widowed mother and making her debut in London society. Tackling adventures in three counties, the Bennet sisters find new paths opening up before them. A mistake by one sister places the whole family at risk and it takes the full Bennet family strength and friends they can rely on to help Darcy and Elizabeth march down that wedding aisle!


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After losing her father in autumn and falling in love with Mr. Darcy, Elizabeth Bennet quickly feels the frustrations of settling her newly widowed mother and making her debut in London society. Tackling adventures in three counties, the Bennet sisters find new paths opening up before them. A mistake by one sister places the whole family at risk and it takes the full Benne After losing her father in autumn and falling in love with Mr. Darcy, Elizabeth Bennet quickly feels the frustrations of settling her newly widowed mother and making her debut in London society. Tackling adventures in three counties, the Bennet sisters find new paths opening up before them. A mistake by one sister places the whole family at risk and it takes the full Bennet family strength and friends they can rely on to help Darcy and Elizabeth march down that wedding aisle!

30 review for A Spring Sentiment

  1. 4 out of 5

    Leslie

    This is the second book in a series that requires you to read the first in order to keep up because it goes so far off canon. None of these are bad things just facts. With Lizzy engaged to Mr. Darcy her visit to Meryton to get Mrs. Bennet relocated to her own home is complicated by a jilted sister and Mrs. Bennet's silliness. The path to true love never runs smooth and there are constant pitfalls and problems to be overcome. Lydia has stubbed her toe and her finance has vanished. (view spoiler)[ If This is the second book in a series that requires you to read the first in order to keep up because it goes so far off canon. None of these are bad things just facts. With Lizzy engaged to Mr. Darcy her visit to Meryton to get Mrs. Bennet relocated to her own home is complicated by a jilted sister and Mrs. Bennet's silliness. The path to true love never runs smooth and there are constant pitfalls and problems to be overcome. Lydia has stubbed her toe and her finance has vanished. (view spoiler)[ If you are a Bingley fan you won't love this protrayal of him (hide spoiler)] I know there is a part 3 and the cliff hanger has me on the edge of my seat.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Victoria

    I really, really, really, wanted to rate this higher. I couldn't in good conscience because there were many points in the story where I was going "Wait, what?!" and then flipping back to see where I missed such crucial information. There were a few OOC moments, such as Darcy and Georgiana helping with the Gardiner's inventory, even if it was a once-in-a-lifetime thing, but the spirit of the story is still very enjoyable. I'm curious to see what will happen with Jane!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jeanah

    Even though you could predict some of what would occur..... It was still so riveting and had me on the edge of seat. It's just too darn short. Which is why I gave it 3 stars and not 4. There were still so many scenarios that I did not anticipate. Im loving the strength of Jane's character in this and it is rare that Bingley is so unlikable but both adjustments are a refreshing change.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Gail Frisby

    Loved it I can't wait to read the next book. I love me West books. I hope that Jane is gonna find love but not with Bingley. I hope Wickham is killed or deported.

  5. 5 out of 5

    J. W. Garrett

    Shocking, fast read, one disaster after another, hard fought HEA If you love suspense, danger, intrigue, you will love book two of the Seasons of Serendipity Series: A Spring Sentiment. At times I held my breath and wondered if Elizabeth and Darcy were going to make it to the HEA. One thing after another hit Darcy and Elizabeth as their backgrounds clashed. Things that come naturally to Elizabeth made Darcy shudder. Things that Darcy expects and desires from his intended or future wife fills Eliz Shocking, fast read, one disaster after another, hard fought HEA If you love suspense, danger, intrigue, you will love book two of the Seasons of Serendipity Series: A Spring Sentiment. At times I held my breath and wondered if Elizabeth and Darcy were going to make it to the HEA. One thing after another hit Darcy and Elizabeth as their backgrounds clashed. Things that come naturally to Elizabeth made Darcy shudder. Things that Darcy expects and desires from his intended or future wife fills Elizabeth with fear and trepidation. And then Mrs. Bennet and Lydia seemed on a crash course to see who could be the most troublesome and make the most demands. Those two should be sent to the farthest regions of the British realm, they deserve each other. I was so upset with them. I cringed at the dastardly deeds of Wickham and Mrs. Younge as it is hinted that the accident that involved Uncle Gardiner might not have been an accident after all. We are made aware that the Gardiner house was being watched and Wickham was trying to find ways in order to get funds from Darcy….the usual MO, he will never change. Charles and Caroline Bingley…I cannot figure what is going on with Charles…he is not acting like himself, avoiding Jane and she is starting to pull away from him and question their courtship. Caroline is simply delicious in her abuse and not so subtle attacks on the Bennet sisters, their low origins, and youngest sister’s reputation. Darcy, on more than one occasion warned Charles regarding Caroline’s behavior. Charles has seemingly done nothing to curb her behavior or actions. Darcy’s is reconsidering their inclusion in his circle if things do not change. Lord and Lady Matlock are most excellent people who love Darcy and Georgiana and want the best for them. There could easily be a book on them alone. I loved them. Lady Matlock is wonderful as she pulls the Bennet girls into her circle. As tragedy hits, she wages war against the slanderous gossip created by Caroling Bingley [had her physically ejected from her ball]. She intends to counter by taking Jane and Mary into society and draw the focus of the gossips away from Lydia. She plans to launch Georgiana and Kitty the next year in their first Season into Society. I like how Mary has blossomed in this version. Minimal edit problems, also usage problems: Bravo for a lone male performer, and Brava for a lone female performer would be known to Lady Matlock [chapter 3] when she applauds Mary’s playing. Americans have bastardized the word Bravo for everything…but she would have known the correct usage. In chapter 6, Mr. Gardiner commented about entering the lion’s den…to which Darcy replied they should all guard their loins…should that be gird their loins as in going to battle or as in protection? I was confused. Also, the correct use of the term for engaged couples, fiancé for the male and fiancée for the female. I look forward to the next novella.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Katherine

    The only thing that disappointed me was the end and the reason was that there was no end! There is another part to follow which frustrated me as I thought this was the end. I can't wait to read the next part - what will Janes future hold? What about Lydia? To be continued in part 3...

  7. 4 out of 5

    lori huff

    End of the line for me I'm sorry to say I won't be reading the remainder of the books in this series. There just isn't any joy in this installment. We are still waiting for Elizabeth and Darcy to get married and their relationship seems strained by the sources of stress around them. Lydia is ruined and pregnant. Jane is falling out of love with Bingley, who suddenly seems like a jerk. Mrs. Bennett is getting weirder. Aunt Gardiner is pregnant, but Uncle Gardiner has a terrible accident. Darcy is End of the line for me I'm sorry to say I won't be reading the remainder of the books in this series. There just isn't any joy in this installment. We are still waiting for Elizabeth and Darcy to get married and their relationship seems strained by the sources of stress around them. Lydia is ruined and pregnant. Jane is falling out of love with Bingley, who suddenly seems like a jerk. Mrs. Bennett is getting weirder. Aunt Gardiner is pregnant, but Uncle Gardiner has a terrible accident. Darcy is still snooty and arrogant about Elizabeth 's family, and has a ways to go to train himself out of it. Elizabeth is stressing about the high society the Matlocks introduce her to, and she's feeling inadequate. Almost everyone has a negative issue going on. I realize a story should have some suspense or angst to make it interesting, but this book really killed my mood. There's very little romance to uplift the story. The best bit of hope we are given is the suggestion of an interest between Mary and Col. Fitzwilliam, but he's about to leave for the war on the continent. Even Darcy's and Elizabeth 's wedding at the end has a cloud over it because Lydia, of all people, will accompany them to Scotland, they to honeymoon, her to hide out and have her baby. Seems like no one can catch a break. I slogged through it, and it is blessedly short, but it took away my appetite for any more.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Marsha

    Fantastic story The second book in this series is as incredible as the first. This takes us through the engagement to the wedding of Darcy and Elizabeth. Interesting plot through here as certain people cause more drama. You don't want to miss what happens. Well written, great storyline, plot is fantastic, and I highly recommend you to read.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Deb

    Book Two in the seasons. Liked this installment more than the first. Love the Matlock family (Darcy’s Aunt & uncle along with his two cousins). Cannot wait to see what Book Three of the series will bring for the Bennett girls! Book Two in the seasons. Liked this installment more than the first. Love the Matlock family (Darcy’s Aunt & uncle along with his two cousins). Cannot wait to see what Book Three of the series will bring for the Bennett girls!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Tara

    Those Bennet girls (mostly Lydia) seem to find a lot of trouble. But they work it out. I like this adaptation. I like the development of the traditional characters and the expansion of some of the minor ones.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    Lovely A wonderful variation inspired by author Jane Austen’s classic Pride and Prejudice by Elizabeth Anne West. Second in the series can’t wait for the next

  12. 4 out of 5

    Lynda

    Chaos continues.

  13. 4 out of 5

    caroline

    A Spring Sentiment I was under the spell of this romantic story written by Elizabeth Ann West! Such a lovely story of the Bennett sisters, can't wait to read the other novella.

  14. 4 out of 5

    A.J. Colby

    A Spring Sentiment follows on from the story started in A Winter Wrong, and after finishing the first book in less than a day, I eagerly picked up the second book in the series. The continuing trials and adventures of Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy (as well as the rest of the Bennett clan) travel along at a quick pace that kept me engaged, but I found the characterizations a little off from the first book. Elizabeth is more prone to childish behavior and is often depicted as being whiny and short tempe A Spring Sentiment follows on from the story started in A Winter Wrong, and after finishing the first book in less than a day, I eagerly picked up the second book in the series. The continuing trials and adventures of Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy (as well as the rest of the Bennett clan) travel along at a quick pace that kept me engaged, but I found the characterizations a little off from the first book. Elizabeth is more prone to childish behavior and is often depicted as being whiny and short tempered, while other mild-mannered characters are seen to be boorish and cold. Overall I enjoyed the story, and look forward to reading the two remaining books in the series, but hope that it will not be such a struggle at times to see the headstrong and willful heroine through the temper tantrums.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Patricia Gulley

    This was a very quick read, that seemed like a 'middle of the story' read. The retelling of P&P when Mr. Bennet dies and the Bennet women have to leave their home. I was not too happy with Lizzy in this episode of the story, she wasn't the strong willed woman I believe her to be. However, Mary and Jane have stepped up. This was a very quick read, that seemed like a 'middle of the story' read. The retelling of P&P when Mr. Bennet dies and the Bennet women have to leave their home. I was not too happy with Lizzy in this episode of the story, she wasn't the strong willed woman I believe her to be. However, Mary and Jane have stepped up.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    Seasons of Serendipity Book 2 - this Pride and Prejudice variation continues. With the trials of the remaining Bennet family now living with their relations. This leads up to the marriage of Darcy and Elizabeth but what of Lydia and Wickham, and Jane and Charles. An enjoyable re-read of this continuing story.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Lori

    Sisterly love The second in the series this one explores the scandal of the youngest Bennett sister and how they can fix her mistakes and still follow their hearts.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Bruce & Deb Monnin

    A Nice Continuation The story is advancing nicely, and it is always good to see Caroline Bingley physically removed from a room. I hope the next ones follow soon.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Debbie Bailey

  20. 4 out of 5

    Wendi

  21. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

  22. 5 out of 5

    Carol C. Javon

  23. 4 out of 5

    Brenda J. Hannah

  24. 4 out of 5

    Robin

  25. 5 out of 5

    Joseph GR Straub

  26. 4 out of 5

    Elaine

  27. 5 out of 5

    Barb

  28. 4 out of 5

    MadAboutAusten

  29. 4 out of 5

    Boosmummy

  30. 4 out of 5

    Sophie Bains

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