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Mr. Darcy's Letter: A Pride & Prejudice Variation (Anglais) Broché – 21 novembre 2011

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A lady's reputation is a fragile thing. If anyone discovered Miss Elizabeth Bennet had received a letter from a single gentleman, she could be ruined... or forced to marry a man she detests. In this Pride & Prejudice variation, Elizabeth chooses the safe course and refuses to read Mr. Darcy's letter of explanation. Returning home unaware of Wickham's true nature, Elizabeth confesses everything to him, putting both Mr. Darcy and herself in grave danger from Wickham's schemes.

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Abigail Reynolds s’est consacrée à Orgueil et Préjugés en imaginant des situations différentes, c'est-à-dire du "What if".

Cette histoire vaut le droit d’être considérée comme du "What if". Ici elle débute après la première demande en mariage de Darcy, à Hunsford. Comme dans l’original, il décide d’écrire une lettre à Elizabeth pour lui expliquer l’imposture de Wickham. Mais contre toutes attentes, Elizabeth décide de ne pas la lire. Elle va même jusqu’à la brûler. A l’époque, une réputation pouvait être détruite par le simple fait qu’une femme célibataire accepte de correspondre avec un homme. Et de ce fait, Elizabeth décide de ne pas souiller sa réputation, imaginant un stratagème de Darcy pour l’obliger à se marier avec lui.

Imaginez donc la suite… Elizabeth n’est pas prévenue contre le comportement de Wickham et tous les ressentiments qu’elle a à l’égard de Darcy sont toujours aussi forts. Lorsqu’elle se rend avec son oncle et sa tante dans le Derbyshire et à Pemberley, elle ne croit pas aux belles paroles de l’intendante de Darcy. Mais après leur rencontre inattendue, elle commence à douter.

Quelques évènements restent donc les mêmes que dans l’originale. Mais la suite va être réellement chamboulée. Chaque mot, chaque regard, chaque évènement renversent l’histoire et on ne s’attend vraiment à rien.
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Par Anne67 TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 1 novembre 2013
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Un livre qui commence après le refus d'Elizabeth à la proposition de Mr Darcy. A réserver donc à ceux qui connaissent l'original.
Une lecture qui m'a beaucoup plu. Presque du Jane Austen, si ce n'est l'une ou l'autre scène que Jane, à son époque n'aurait certainement pas écrite.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A delightful read! 28 décembre 2016
Par Susanne Barrett - Publié sur Amazon.com
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In this variation of Austen's Pride and Prejudice, Elizabeth elects to not read Darcy's letter at Hunsford, and thus Elizabeth returns to Longbourn with no idea that Wickham is a cad, placing her family in harm's way. She also still thinks the worst of Mr. Darcy as well. But then circumstances--and Darcy--intervene, and Elizabeth finally understands the truth. But will it be too late?

Abigail Reynolds is one of the best of the many, many writers of Austen variations, continuations, sequels, vagaries, adaptations, or whatever else one wants to call the proliferation of books based on Austen's novels. And this book, read in fleeting moments between the grading of MLA research essays, was a delightful diversion from parenthetical citations and the new Works Cited formatting. I cannot recommend reading her books highly enough.

If anyone were to want to begin reading books based on Austen's novels, Abigail Reynolds is the author with whom to start. The first Austen variations I ever read were written by her and obtained through our county library (via the statewide [California] service called LINK+), and I've been hooked ever since, as my Goodreads "Read" page indicates.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Wonderful, Just Wonderful. 21 mars 2017
Par Mrs. Majors - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I absolutely loved this P&P variation. The characters remained fairly true to their original natures but with the added benefit of some lovely romantic angst that struck just the right note with me. The chemistry between ODC was ON POINT. Sigh... I would gladly have read on for a hundred more pages! The plot is fresh and unique and there are plenty of twists and turns to keep you burning though the pages well after bedtime. This book is a definite JAFF recommendation.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A most proper Miss Elizabet Bennet 6 décembre 2011
Par chatty1082 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This alternative raises the question "what would of happened if Elizabeth Bennet didn't read Mr Darcy's letter"? She doesn't and of course her opinion of Wickhem doesn't change and neither does her opinion of Mr Darcy. How is Mr Darcy to protect her and change her opinion of him!! I really liked this alternative because everything stays the same but the info not given changes Elizabeth, Jane and even Lydia's lives. Of course this wouldn't be P&P if Darcy didn't save the day somehow. Anyway there is lots of angst and trials for our favorite couple and a new character who does surprise us with a little gallentry. Anyway I love Ms Reynolds books but my favorite of hers are the ones where Darcy and Elizabeth don't anticipate there vows and that is why I rated this book a 4 star. I just cringe when reading because I see Mr Darcy as being the strickist gentleman and would never take advantage of Elizabeth. Definitly worth reading
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Love Historical Romances & JAFF - this is for you. 8 février 2014
Par S. L. Majczan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Well, after reading all 85 other reviews I have several things to say to all who read reviews. Yes, Abigail Reynolds is one of the best in the JAFF genre. (She is my favorite.) And in coming up with one story after another, I know she is going to have to become very inventive with events in the P&P story line. And that is why I read her stories. I have every one of her stories, this one in both paperback and kindle and I paid full price for the paperback. Yes, she does have a seeming contradiction in that Lizzie would not read Darcy's letter but then she is alone with him and engages in sex. Let us consider: she is "not yet one-and-twenty" and he is, what? seven-and-twenty. I have no misgivings that through the generations, no matter what the conventions of society are, human bodies have the same urges. Just because I am now a grandmother does not mean that I don't remember how strong those urges were (and how glorious). No generation was exempt. So my only problem with this scene is that they didn't lock the door! (But they were caught up in the moment, I guess, and who has their head on straight when they have waited 27 years to find love? LOL) Hard to imagine that they were not afraid of Georgina, much less the servants, walking in on them.

I found the twists very griping: oh, Bingley, can't you see past worrying about Caroline? Louisa is already married. I liked that Wickham had a different consequence and that Darcy actually fought a duel with him. And another brother who marries Lydia - great. Liked being in his head when he thinks that Darcy is snubbing him (and Lydia) in not inviting them to the wedding.

I read this novel just after it was published but have now re-read the complete novel so that I could post a review. (Sometimes I only read the "good" parts and by that I do NOT mean the sex scenes. I like angst and sexual tension the best.) I always look for the next Abigail Reynolds book to come out.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Enjoyable! 16 novembre 2012
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I love the P&P story and wasn't sure I'd like seeing variations of it...but I find that I do! Playing the "what if" game gives us more possibilities of how their story (Darcy's and Elizabeth's) could play out and I like that very much. The characters are so well written that we can really have fun with them by saying...what if this happened or that happened...what would they do? Oh yes, this really prolongs our pleasure in a story we love because we love the characters and can't get enough of them! In the end, we know how it ends but it sure is fun to read different roads to getting there. I loved getting to read Darby's POV and I could really believe he might think those things...forward though some of those thoughts were! Frankly, I like getting the story out of the "G" rating and into something a little more feisty. Some people don't like that...and they shouldn't read the more risqué variations if that's the case. I do and I enjoyed this story very much! In fact, I stayed up all night to read it. I liked how some things remained pretty close to the original story but with MORE! The writing was great and descriptive enough to keep the movie going clearly in my head! I will be checking out more books by this author for sure. My thanks to her for giving me a few hours of pleasurable reading!!
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