Pride and Prejudice Surrendered
by Mariette Frederic
Jane Austens Pride and Prejudice has not only captured the imagination of many as a good romance novel, but it also created a desire for the reader to know how two people, so different in disposition, could move to the other side of society without hurting one or the others feelings or the feelings of their respective loved ones.
The question in the readers mind is: Was all forgiven and forgotten, or did the reality of the situation estrange not only Elizabeth and Darcy but the extended family? Pride and Prejudice Surrendered is the answer to the question.About the Author
Mariette Frederic was born in the 1960s on the Island of Guadeloupe (French West Indies), has nine siblings, and immigrated to the USA in June 1990. She speaks French fluently, as well as Creole. She has been trying her hand at writing since she was eight. At the time of the writing of Pride and Prejudice Surrendered, she was a homemaker, just separated from her husband, and a single mother. As of February 2006, she has been secretary at a non-profit organization and is making a home for herself and her three children in a small town in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.(2012, paperback, 260 pages)