REVIEW of “Dearest Bloodiest Elizabeth” by Colette L. Saucier

Perfect review of Colette Saucier’s sequel to Pulse & Prejudice!

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Colette L. Saucier‘s Dearest Bloodiest Elizabeth, the sequel to Pulse and Prejudice narrates the first year of marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy. What could go wrong?

Elizabeth and Darcy’s life after the wedding is anything but dull: passion, love and sex but also jealousy, love triangle, arguments and blood, a lot of blood.

Elizabeth and Darcy are totally in love but life is not easy when you are married to a vampire, even if he is the “divine” Mr. Darcy. In Pride and Prejudice, we get to know the strength and depth of Darcy’s feeling but quoting the author from Babblings of a Bookworm “in Dearest Bloodiest Elizabeth, he repeatedly demonstrates both his passion and his possessiveness for Elizabeth as his new bride“, in DBE Darcy’s love is even more powerful and also scary.

Darcy supposedly does not drink from humans but he…

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2 thoughts on “REVIEW of “Dearest Bloodiest Elizabeth” by Colette L. Saucier

  1. Thank you for your words 🙂
    I just try to be very honest on my reviews and try to make people feel a bit of what I felt while reading (wiithout spoilers if possible!)

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