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How much trouble could one small baby be? Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet are about to find out.

Fitzwilliam Darcy avoids unsavory characters, unattached females, and messy babies - until he meets the Bennet family from Longbourn in Hertfordshire. Something about one of the daughters and the only son intrigues him, until thoughts of them fill his waking hours and his dreams. 

Elizabeth Bennet despises Brussels sprouts, sewing, and men who think too highly of themselves - especially Mr. Darcy. When her brother shows a decided preference for the arrogant oaf, will she continue to hold on to her resentment or discover for herself what the baby finds so appealing?

After a valuable piece of jewelry goes missing and aspersions are cast, can two opposing forces work together to solve the crime? Will opposites attract? Can a toddler who admires them both help them to admire each other?

This fun-filled 20,000-word novella set in Regency England is written by the best-selling author of Mr. Darcy’s Bad Day and Lost & Found.

©2020 Joy D. King (P)2020 Quiet Mountain Press, LLC

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  • KateB
  • 2020-09-28

Adorable

What a cute story. Little Thomas is so precious and how taking an instant liking towards Darcy is so funny. The way the baby helps them to become closer makes a very entertaining story. I enjoyed Darcy adjusting his opinion of the Bennet's and Elizabeth seeing Darcy in different light.

Stevie Zimmerman ' s narration was superb as usual. I always enjoy her version of Mrs Bennett and Caroline Bingley. I must add an adorable toddler to my list of my favorite characters.

Highly recommended.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2020-11-24

TOO SHORT

liked the book, only complaint is it was a little short. reader was excellent.

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  • Fabulous Mrs B
  • 2020-11-11

Funny story

I really enjoyed this book. The Bennet’s had a young son. He keeps disappearing. Calm and relaxed mr Bennet and Mrs Bennet as her usual self :). Loved it. Great narrator.