Adult Book Review: The Dragons of Pemberley (Jane Austen’s Dragons #10) by Maria Grace

Posted November 30, 2022 by jrsbookr in Fantasy / 0 Comments

by Maria Grace
Adult Book Review:  The Dragons of Pemberley (Jane Austen’s Dragons #10) by Maria GraceDragons of Pemberley Series: Jane Austen’s Dragon #10
Published by White Soup Press on April 30, 2022
Source: Audible
Pages: 431
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Homecomings never live up to expectations. After a visit to London that almost cost her everything, Lady Elizabeth Darcy, Dragon Sage, desperately needs the solace of her country home, Pemberley. Sir Fitzwilliam Darcy, knight of the Pendragon Order and Keeper to Pemberley counts the minutes until Pemberley's walls guard his family once more.Their homecoming cannot happen soon enough.Pemberley and its substantial population of minor dragons welcome them home with open arms. But those open arms contain more than happy dragons.Unexpected problems plague the estate and surrounding county. Dragon-sized problems. Problems that might be too big for even the Dragon Sage.A fresh new gaslamp fantasy adventure in the engrossingly intricate world of Jane Austen's Dragons. Anne McCaffrey meets Jane Austen perfect for dragon lovers and regency-era fans alike.



The Dragons of Pemberley is the tenth book in Jane Austen’s Dragon series by Maria Grace. Little Dragon Pemberley is growing up to be quite the dragon and resents not being in the loop about her territory as the darcy views her as a child, not a dragon. There is a lot of intrigue and action and a few new characters to become acquainted with. Dragons, Keepers, Junior Keepers, and Undersecectraites have a lot to learn, and it remains to be seen how it all works out. Solving the issues of dragon poaching and additional family issues mixed in with dragon politics, you have the making of a great historical retelling to read.

About Maria Grace

Six time BRAG Medallion Honoree, #1 Best-selling Historical Fantasy author Maria Grace has her PhD in Educational Psychology and is a 16-year veteran of the university classroom where she taught courses in human growth and development, learning, test development and counseling. None of which have anything to do with her undergraduate studies in economics/sociology/managerial studies/behavior sciences.

She pretends to be a mild-mannered writer/cat-lady, but most of her vacations require helmets and waivers or historical costumes, usually not at the same time.

She writes gas lamp fantasy, historical romance and non-fiction to help justify her research addiction.