The Master of Pemblane: A Universal Truth 2


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In the second part of A Universal Truth (based on marvelous Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice) it is five years later. Emy has forged a successful career in New York and Matt has reestablished the Pemblane estate on an even footing. Both have faced their demons and moved on. Each of them dream of the other and are drawn towards each other with a magnetic force.

At the end of the first book, Emerald, the unraveling of the Bennet family, her sister's drug addiction and her parent's separation and ultimate divorce, distresses Emy. Matt is equally challenged by his father's death and the circumstances that surround it. Could Zach and he be half-brothers?

The ghosts of Pemblane trouble Emy. She is afraid of the strange connection that she feels to the 200-year-old Elizabeth, and the parallels of her own love story with Matt, and Elizabeth's with the Matthew of the past.

Everything that occurs in the spring of 2013 is drawing Emy back to Pemblane, to face the inevitability of her attraction to Matt. Will they finally be united in the passion that they both feel for the other? Can Emy face the past and move forward without being damaged by the ghosts of Matt's ancestors?

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