In February, Mr. Darcy’s Proposal received two wonderful reviews on blogs.
The first was by Kimberly Denny-Ryder on her site Reflections of a Book Addict.
“Love is HARD WORK- Jane Austen got that. Her characters were given incredible challenges and personal conflicts that they overcame to earn the love they so deserved. Novelist Susan Mason-Milks decides to keep the idea of working at love alive in her debut novel, Mr. Darcy’s Proposal. Mason-Milks asks my favorite question when it comes to Jane Austen fan fiction: what if? This time, we’re treated to the question of what would happen to Lizzy and Darcy if he had not proposed due to circumstances beyond his control?” - from Kimberly’s review
Also, in February, Mr. Darcy’s Proposal was reviewed by Jakki Leatherberry on Austen Inspired Fan Fiction by Mary Simonsen.
“Throughout the book, Mason-Milks does a great job of showing rather than telling. Whether it’s tea stains on the carpet, horseback riding, fun games splashing in the water, or telling secrets, the scenes are real, vivid, and memorable.” - from Jakki’s review