After slogging through Mr. Darcy Takes a Wife, I was hesitant to take this one off my shelf. I gave it a few months and finally read it, and I can safely say that I wasn't overwhelmed by it, but at least I didn't want to burn it.This book was a quick read. It gave another perspective of what might have been going on in Darcy's head during the events of P&P. I wish it had fleshed Darcy out more. The whole reason I want to read books like this are to get another interpretation of a character whose growth was never really explained. It did stay relatively true to source so I can't fault it for that. If you can borrow it, buy it cheap, or really want another POV then go for this.