Fans of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice will be pleased to immerse themselves into the continuing story of the Darcy family in Mr. Darcy’s Little Sister. C. Allyn Pierson has taken us into their world to tell the story of Georgiana, Darcy’s ward and younger sister. After her heart is broken and she is humiliated by her involvement with Wickham, Georgiana has become a shy and quiet young woman, lacking confidence in herself and in her judgment. She is preparing for her debut into society and her presentation before court, and is nervous and anxious about the upcoming event. Her sister-in-law Elizabeth comes to the rescue, offering Georgiana love and support, practicing the art of conversation, offering her advice on her wardrobe and serving as her confidante in matters of the heart. Their relationship unfolds throughout the story, as does Georgiana’s growth in confidence and maturity. She wants to be seen as an adult by her brother and by Colonel Fitzwilliam, and although her first season in society has placed her in the marriage market, she desires a love match like that of her brother and Elizabeth. After a kidnapping, lessons on deportment from her aunt, friendships with Kitty, Jane and Bingley, Georgiana finds the courage to seek out love . Although the plot revolves around Georgiana, this is a charming story and a wonderful opportunity to continue reading about the lives of some of our favorite characters in literature.