A richly entertaining recreation of Regency London, as the next generation of Darcy girls have to make their way in a society that doesn't always appreciate their wit, determination and sense of fun. This is the story of Cassandra, a young cousin to the children of Mr and Mrs Darcy of 'Pride and Prejudice'. She's a worthy heir to them in every way -- she speaks her mind, is shrewd and talented -- but, sad to say, she makes one very major mistake as a result of her impetuousness. Cast out of her respectable place in the world, she has to make her own way. But in a London that regards any attractive, independent young lady with deep suspicion, how can she avoid coming upon the town? This is an unashamedly light and fun read which will appeal to all fans of the perennially popular Jane Austen. Its detail is accurate, its language accesible but authentic -- it's the perfect read for all of us who've seen the films, bought the DVDs, reread the originals, but still want more.