Second Impressions by Amy George

Second Impressions by Amy George

Second Impressions by Amy GeorgeSecond Impressions Format: eBook

Once, Fitzwilliam Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet were foes, then tenuous friends. After Elizabeth discovers Darcy is engaged to another woman, she flees to Boston to seek solace with her cousin, the brash and worldly Emeline Poston.

When she returns to England after years abroad. Elizabeth must face the man who shattered her heart. Does she have the courage to seek out the man with whom she fell in love -- whatever the cost?

Fitzwilliam Darcy has spent his days regretting what might have been and his nights are tormented by decisions he has made. His life in tatters, he can barely face the once-respectable man in his mirror or the baby girl in Pemberley's nursery. Now that Elizabeth has returned, will he atone for his mistakes and win her heart for good.

This alternate path reimagining of Jane Austen's Pride & Prejudice is recommended for adult readers


Second Impressions is wildly different from what I am accustomed to when reading JAFF, yet in retrospect,  it was very much the same.  This book took me a little while to get into only because the characters were so out of character TO ME  in the beginning but  as the story progressed the plot possessed me and didn’t let go. I had to remind myself that this was an alternate ending story and allow myself to read it as such.  The storyline was very unique and the cast of new secondary characters were very likable.  I enjoyed this book much more than I anticipated and look forward to more from Amy George.



Amy George is a middle-aged woman who hates her “old lady/grown-up” car and refuses to listen to its radio at a reasonable volume, especially when the Beastie Boys or the Violent Femmes are playing. She lives in a town in the middle of the country where the county fair is one of the biggest social events of the season and everything is fried. Her household consists of a dog, a cat, a man, a hermit, and stubborn soap scum.

She has been writing since she was a child and was a frequent contributor to the Hyacinth Gardens, a popular but defunct JAFF site.








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