Chaos Comes to Longbourn received a lovely review on Obsessed with Mr. Darcy. She writes, “Ms Kincaid needs less than 10 pages to temporarily ruin all of her characters’ lives. You will see that one single thought leads to the biggest turmoil I’ve read about our favourite Pride and Prejudice characters….Tangled web would not express faithfully what’s going on in this novel. Chaos did not only come to Longbourn, but also to Meryton.”
Mira also quotes her favorite line from the novel: “While he bragged about Rosings Park, I might be tempted to push him out one of the expensively glazed windows.”
She compares my book to a Shakespearean play, but I’ll try not to let that go to my head. 🙂
Claudine at the JustJane1813 blog has given Chaos Comes to Longbourn a five star review! She writes, “As she adheres to the proprieties and the sensibilities of the Regency era, Ms. Kincaid has spun a tale that is quite comedic, while she simultaneously manages to balance her story with the serious consequences contained within each couples’ own particular situation. I love that her plot never sags or wanes and that she also manages to develop Darcy and Elizabeth’s own budding relationship in the midst of all of this chaos. The inner musings of each of her characters are so well-written and reflect each character’s growing awareness of his/her own true feelings throughout each situation.”
The post also includes a giveaway (ebook or paperback – winner’s choice), excerpt, and guest blog in which I describe how a Facebook post by Joana Starnes inspired me to write Chaos Comes to Longbourn.