350 pages, even if I didn't like it, it was short enough that I would have read the whole thing anyway. If you're wondering where P&P comes into this equation, this is the part: I finished the novel and was pleased with the overall chracter development, storyline, and climax (hmmm...) of the novel. I rather enjoyed it. So I started thinking about why I liked it. Turns out, upon closer inspection, it was almost the same exact storyline as P&P! The main character was not nearly as witty and smart as Lizzie Bennet, and the love interest wasn't even close to the caliber of Mr. Darcy. There were some major similarities though. For instance, the main character's brother had gambling debts that the rich love-interest pays off with no hope for praise or reimbursement... just like Darcy and Wickham. The love interest is betrothed to the main character's cousin and mean spirited aunt... Darcy is "betrothed" to Anne De Burgh whose mother is a tempest all by herself. Perhaps I should read more romance novels to see if they all have the same basic story structure. ...then again, I should probably just read P&P again!