This book started pretty well and I couldn't stop reading it in the beginning. Elizabeth who had acquainted Georgiana in Netherfield is invited to spend a few days in the Darcy's town house while Mr. Darcy is out of town. He returns earlier than expected and finding her there at his sister's request cannot send her away. They are forced to be in the same house for a few weeks, and start to know each other much better. We can feel the intensity of Lizzy's love when it starts to grow and the moments they spend together are lovely and passionate but always within propriety. Everything was very well written and I could really imagine myself in every scene the author describes. The characters are really true to themselves, and some new characters are also very interesting. I really enjoyed the first part of this book; it was only in the end that I started to be a little bit disappointed. Lizzy becomes a bit confused and makes some silly scenes that put her at a very awkward position. I will not reveal much more because I don't want to spoil the book for you, but I didn't particularly like the direction of the book at a certain point. I felt the author wanted to create some obstacles to their love, but she didn't really make them, so it kind of get stucked in the middle. I really enjoyed reading it, the author really knew how to develop the characters feelings and reactions. The moments spent at the Darcy's house could not have been better. The ending is a bit disappointing, but most part of the book is really very good and I still recommend it to those who love Darcy and Elizabeth's love.