“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the results of a hundred battles.” (Sun Tzu, 5th Century BCE)
Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy, the hero of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, has his world turned upside down when his character, of which he is particularly proud, is called into question by those whom he trusts.
Will he learn from his mistakes or remain his own worst enemy?
When he discovers a secret which could destroy not only the reputation of his beloved sister but threatens her very life, he can no longer hide behind his mask of social indifference. Dismaying circumstances will test the strength of his personal beliefs and convictions as well as his devotion to family and friends as a rival from his past determines to ruin him and take everything Darcy holds dear. Out of the flames of adversity, Miss Elizabeth Bennet, once scorned, becomes a beacon of hope.
Can love grow from adversity? Is happiness possible?
In this full-length novel set in Regency England, true friendships are made, enemies are revealed, and happily-ever-after is on the horizon. Or is it?
What did you love best about Friends and Enemies?
The narrator did an incredible job and the story itself is definitely one of my favorite variations by J.Dawn King.
What about Stevie Zimmerman’s performance did you like?
I loved that Stevie could do both the female and male narrations so well. The narration kept me intrigued and engaged.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
I definitely felt a tug on the heart strings any time Darcy thought about his sister and her situation. The turmoil that he was feeling was definitely palpable with the addition of the narration.
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