Tag Archives: Anne de Bourgh

Darcy Saga Characters: Meet Dr. Raul Penaflor Aleman de Vigo

Darcy Saga Characters: Meet Dr. Raul Penaflor Aleman de Vigo

I confess to being more than a little partial when it comes to the characters inhabiting The Darcy Saga ten-volume series. Therefore, selecting one fabulous secondary character amongst the many for this fifth-installment of my blog series was challenging. After a bit of deliberation, I chose a secondary character who became quite important, especially to… Read the full blog post …

The Secrets of Pemberley- Excerpt #3

The Secrets of Pemberley- Excerpt #3

Yes, I’m still at it with writing and sharing excerpts of The Secrets of Pemberley. If you recall from the two previous excerpts, Fitzwilliam Darcy doesn’t have an ounce of Darcy blood in him and somewhere along the way, he has a terrible nightmare of Elizabeth dying after twenty-five years of marriage but she never… Read the full blog post …

Becoming Entangled

Becoming Entangled

Anne de Bourgh turned her phaeton from the well-travelled road on which she was travelling onto a less used avenue. Five large trees down the path was a small open area that was just the right size for a small carriage like hers. After drawing to a stop, Anne climbed down, secured her horses and,… Read the full blog post …

Renewed Hope- Excerpt

Renewed Hope- Excerpt

Sufficient Encouragement‘s companion story, Renewed Hope, released the other day. It follows the romances of Darcy’s cousins: Viscount Arlington, Richard Fitzwilliam, and Anne de Bourgh, a surprising Caroline Bingley, and original characters Lady Belinda Crenshaw and Jacob Truman. Each of them face the issue of fighting for love. In my last post about Renewed Hope,… Read the full blog post …

I See, You See +Excerpt

I See, You See +Excerpt

Everyone views life through their own set of experiences. How I see a situation is not the same as how you see it.  What might be scary for me, might not be for you. What makes me uneasy, might merely be a small inconvenience for someone else. What delights me and makes me smile, might… Read the full blog post …

The Beauty of Questioning

The Beauty of Questioning

I think I was in grade two when my mother stopped helping me with homework.  Perhaps it was because I was capable on my own.  Perhaps it was because I had a smart and diligent older sister who could help me.  Perhaps it was because Mom was busy with our home and the first of… Read the full blog post …