Miss Bennet Blooms Miss Bennet Blooms is book three in the Love at Pemberley series light sweet Pride and Prejudice novellas Miss Mary Bennet is the last unmarried Bennet sister She believes she will live out her days

  • Title: Miss Bennet Blooms
  • Author: Reina M. Williams
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  • Page: 324
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  • Miss Bennet Blooms is book three in the Love at Pemberley series, light, sweet Pride and Prejudice novellas.Miss Mary Bennet is the last unmarried Bennet sister She believes she will live out her days as a maiden aunt, seeking quiet in the libraries and parlors of her father s and brother in laws homes On a visit to Pemberley, the estate of Fitzwilliam Darcy, her sisterMiss Bennet Blooms is book three in the Love at Pemberley series, light, sweet Pride and Prejudice novellas.Miss Mary Bennet is the last unmarried Bennet sister She believes she will live out her days as a maiden aunt, seeking quiet in the libraries and parlors of her father s and brother in laws homes On a visit to Pemberley, the estate of Fitzwilliam Darcy, her sister Lizzy s husband, she begins to feel is possible than her planned life of solitude Among new friends and with new confidence, Mary opens to new feelings when she meets Mr Nathaniel Bingley.Nathaniel Bingley, at the insistence of his closest cousin, Charles Bingley, finds himself at Pemberley After Nathaniel s years in the West Indies studying its intense flora, he is ready to seclude himself to compile his work into a book But Nathaniel could not say no to Charles, who was one of his few kind relatives after the deaths of his beloved parents Soon, Nathaniel finds it difficult to say no to his feelings, especially when he gets to know the pretty, intelligent Miss Mary Bennet Can Mary and Nathaniel look beyond their plans and accept the grace of love at Pemberley

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    1. “No one ever told me I was pretty when I was a little girl. All little girls should be told they’re pretty, even if they aren’t.” Marilyn Monroe‘Miss Bennet Blooms’ is book 3 in the 4-book bundle ‘Love at Pemberley’. I have reviewed each book separately under the individual titles. Book 1: Most Truly: was 4-stars: I already had this book as part of my collection. Book 2: Miss Darcy Decides: 4-stars: see my review posted separately. Book 3: Miss Bennet Blooms:It is possible to rea [...]

    2. Mary Bennet,the last unmarried daughter, arrives at Pemberley for a visit content in thinking she knows what her life will be. Until she meets another Bingley.A sweet novella showing Mary falling in love. Love reading stories about my favourite female character from Pride and Prejudice except when she is married off to Collins.

    3. 5 starsThis is by far my favorite book of this series (;I have already read book #4;) I have always had a soft spot for Mary. The middle child, without a bff sister, or really any friends at all.This Mary is more mature, self aware and even more empathetic, trying to improve both herself and her life. This is a Mary that thinks before she speaks and trys to see things from other peoples point of view. This is a Mary I could see myself beings friends with. I won't go into how well the book is wri [...]

    4. I must admit I find Mary Bennet the least interesting Bennet sister and (even possibly) character in all of Jane Austen’s fiction. Boring, pedantic, and virtually invisible, she is a backdrop to any action in the story. And I have always believed that she should have been the one to marry the insipid Mr. Collins; as a matter of fact, in the opening scene, we find her reading Fordyce’s Sermons, a book that Mr. Collins read aloud for the Bennets during his momentous visit to Longbourn.Neverthe [...]

    5. Mary is the proverbial spinster aunt who is destined to live out her days either fetching and carrying for her grumbling Mother who never appreciated her and the father who ignores her and living with her married sisters who will call her whenever there is a need.In this story however Mary is very much loved and looked after by her married sisters Lizzy and Jane and Kitty who have her best interests at heart and despite her mother's attitude they do want the best for Mary and Mary does find love [...]

    6. Lovely story of two lonely people I quite enjoyed this story. I like that Mary has matured and mellowed. She realized that in her earlier years she was unhappy and smug instead of pious. Her relationship with Nathaniel is fortunate for both of them. I would have liked to see a scene or two where Nat realizes just how helpful Mary will be to his work. Lovely and well written.

    7. Very nice bookThis series of stories regarding the other characters in pride and prejudice are really well written keeping within the same feelings as Jane Austen's writing I've read three so far and have enjoyed them very much I'm now looking forward to the last one. Well worth a read.

    8. Review by: Maria AlmaguerReview Rating: 3.5 StarsLink to Review: romantichistoricalreviews.

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