Colonel Fitzwilliam and the Countess of Sainte Toulours

Stanley Michael Hurd

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Colonel Fitzwilliam and the Countess of Sainte Toulours

Colonel Fitzwilliam and the Countess of Sainte Toulours Colonel Edmund Fitzwilliam second son of the Earl of Andover has pursued accomplishment his whole life His first real opportunity to achieve the recognition he desires unfortunately comes just as he

  • Title: Colonel Fitzwilliam and the Countess of Sainte Toulours
  • Author: Stanley Michael Hurd
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  • Page: 148
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  • Colonel Edmund Fitzwilliam, second son of the Earl of Andover, has pursued accomplishment his whole life His first real opportunity to achieve the recognition he desires unfortunately comes just as he meets the woman who captures his heart, Miss Emily Chelwood Separated by months of danger and distance, even his safe return does not reward them with the happiness they deColonel Edmund Fitzwilliam, second son of the Earl of Andover, has pursued accomplishment his whole life His first real opportunity to achieve the recognition he desires unfortunately comes just as he meets the woman who captures his heart, Miss Emily Chelwood Separated by months of danger and distance, even his safe return does not reward them with the happiness they deserve peril, death, and intrigue follow him home, throwing their future into the winds of chance Aided by his friend, the adventurer Lord Est ban de Esparza, and his relations Mr and Mrs Fitzwilliam Darcy, the Colonel must overcome a French spy, a London blackguard, and his own powerful sense of duty, as he struggles with the forces of love and war in his attempt to secure happiness for himself and his beloved.

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    1. Ceri on said:

      This review was first published on Babblings of a Bookworm: babblingsofabookworm.This is a story focusing on Colonel Fitzwilliam (here called Edmund rather than the more usual Richard) based a few years after the events of ‘Pride & Prejudice’. Although in Austen’s time promotions in the army were purchased, the rank of Colonel implies at least that Darcy’s cousin was successful in his army career. We know he is intelligent, quick-witted and charming from what we see of him at Rosings [...]

    2. Claudine DiMuzio / Just Jane 1813 on said:

      Rating : 4.5 stars out of 5Can a second son find happiness in war and love?Source: I received this book as an ARC, from the author, in exchange for an honest review. Due to the growing amount of attention that Colonel Fitzwilliam has received throughout the past year throughout numerous JAFF books, particularly as a possible suitor for Elizabeth Bennet, JAFF readers have also come to request stories where Colonel Fitzwilliam receives a new love interest, free from any entanglements of the heart [...]

    3. Meredith (Austenesque Reviews) on said:

      A Grand Romantic Adventure for Colonel Fitzwilliam!After the completion of his wonderfully perceptive and thoughtfully-rendered Darcy’s Tale trilogy, Stanley Michael Hurd has once again put pen to paper to tell the tale of another beloved Austenesque character. While Colonel Fitzwilliam may only be a secondary character in Pride and Prejudice, in Mr. Hurd’s hands he is transformed into an honorable hero worthy of our attention and admiration.Our story begins two years after the close of Prid [...]

    4. Sheila Majczan on said:

      4.5 stars for meI am humbled to even attempt a review here after reading the excellent ones posted by jbtaylor and AgeofIrony before me on . Well done!As mentioned in both reviews, the author has done his homework in studying and learning the language of the Regency period. I loved the richness, even the idioms, etc which were new to me. I am not by any means an expert concerning such but in having read so many other historical novels this one stands out in its authenticity there.For me the stor [...]

    5. Sophia on said:

      The prospect of finally getting the opportunity to read a book by an author that so many close book buddies have raved about along with the fact that the hero being a favorite minor character in Jane Austen's Pride & Prejudice world left me eager to snatch it up and start reading. I had a general idea of what to expect after reading many thoughts on the author's writing and catching a few excerpts from his work, but I must say that there is nothing like experiencing something for one's self. [...]

    6. Janet on said:

      Colonel Fitzwilliam is one of my all-time favorite minor characters in Pride and Prejudice and I was ecstatic when I heard about the newest book by Stanley Michael Hurd. As the title suggests, the story is mainly about Colonel Fitzwilliam…his thoughts, his life, his loves…the very essence of the man. I must say, this novel did not disappoint my expectations! If I started naming things that I loved about this book, I would have to say, EVERYTHING!!!As the story begins, Colonel Edmund Fitzwill [...]

    7. Susan on said:

      I truly enjoyed this study of Colonel Fitzwilliam, a most intriguing characterfrom Pride and Prejudice. The readersees more of his relationship with Darcyand Elizabeth and watches him fall inlove, too.

    8. Susan on said:

      In this Pride and Prejudice sequel Colonel Edmund Fitzwilliam, as a second son has joined the army. But now during the peace he is working at Whitehall . Just as he meets the lady that captures his heart he is sent on a reconnoitring mission to France.Lovely characters, tension, romance. Loved this Colonel.

    9. Abigail Bok on said:

      When I have enjoyed the work of a writer of Austenesque fiction, I’m always curious to see what stories he or she will tell after dropping the crutch of Jane Austen’s plots and characters. In Colonel Fitzwilliam and the Countess of Sainte Toulours, Stanley Michael Hurd has come very close to standing on his own, and I was impressed with the result.The protagonist of this novel, Colonel Fitzwilliam, is a character from Pride and Prejudice, though I’m not sure I recognized much more than the [...]

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