Daughter of Union County is one of those books that I was beyond excited to read. The title, book cover, and the blurb really caught my attention.
Every time I see a Jane Austen pastiche, I tend to approach it with a wary caution. Since this is a pastiche based off Austen's very own Pride and Prejudice, I held it to a higher standard than I normally would any other book. All I have to say is that I wasn't disappointed.
Camille Iverness lives with her father in a curiosity shop on Blinkett Street in London. The daily minutia of Camille’s life revolves around the operation of this shop while her father happens to vanish for days at a time, meeting with buyers.