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“Interwoven” is a JAFF faery fantasy with plenty of magical action and suspense

Interwoven: A Magical Pride and Prejudice Variation (Darcy and Elizabeth Happily Ever Afters) by Melanie Rachel

Jane and Lydia Bennet have been summoned to the magical world of Pemberley, where young mages train to defend the gate between the human and faerie worlds. Elizabeth knows she belongs there, too, and does the impossible — she sneaks in. Against the advice of his cousin, Richard Fitzwilliam, Darcy agrees to be her guide. Soon, Elizabeth and Fitzwilliam find themselves working against the clock to understand Elizabeth’s mysteriously powerful magic.

An unusual treat among Pride & Prejudice adaptations, this book pulls readers into a deep fantasy universe built around the classic characters, but with an engagingly original storyline. It was a riveting read with plenty of mysteries and intrigue involving a large cast including Fitzwilliam Darcy’s parents, Georgiana Darcy, all the Bennets, Richard Fitzwilliam, Catherine de Bourgh, George Wickham, and Charlotte Lucas. The relationship between Elizabeth and Darcy has unique magical components that add a lot of action and more than the usual romantic complications.

I appreciated that the story’s world, a magical version of Regency England, included other cultural influences — complete with delicious Indian food!

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