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In her sixth Pride and Prejudice variation, Reynolds imagines what obstacles might have stood in the way of Elizabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam Darcy s love had Elizabeth s father died, driving the Bennet family out of their estate at Longbourn. Elizabeth s older sister Jane is forced to marry a much older shopkeeper, and Elizabeth moves in with her uncle and aunt Gardiner. Despite Elizabeth s diminished circumstances, Darcy tracks her down, but when he finally gets around to proposing, she misinterprets his awkward bid for her hand as a request to become his mistress. As soon as that miscommunication is cleared up, Elizabeth s younger sister Lydia shows up, pregnant and abandoned by a feckless military officer. Lydia s situation necessitates Elizabeth return to her family, leaving Elizabeth to wonder if this latest disgrace will deter Darcy s determination to marry her. Austen purists won t seek out Reynolds takeoffs, but readers who can t get enough of Darcy and Elizabeth will find that Reynolds does an admirable job of capturing the feel of the period in this entertaining diversion. --Kristine Huntley

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But now that her circumstances have made her even more unsuitable, will Darcy be able to let go of all his long held pride to marry a woman who, though she is beneath his station, is the only woman capable of winning his heart? Bestselling author with a brand new installment in the groundbreaking Pride and Prejudice Variations series

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La famille Bennet est séparése après le décès de Mr Bennet. Elizabeth va vivre à Londres chez les Gardiner, et fait office de gouvernante pour les enfants, Jane épouse un commerçant et Mrs Bennet et ses trois filles cadettes vivent chez Mrs Philips. Mr Darcy recherche Elizabeth à Londres, simplement pour s'assurer de son bien-être, mais succombe à ses sentiments et fait régulièrement des promenades avec elle. Elizabeth tombe peu à peu amoureuse de lui mais doit retourner à Meryton.

J'ai beaucoup aimé ce Darcy qui est un vrai gentleman plein de compassion et dont le comportement contraste avec celui de sa famille, particulièrement de son cousin et de son oncle. J'ai également adoré le personnage de Charlie, l'orphelin plein de ressources et de finesse et celui de Marie, la jeune fille qui échappe à un sort bien triste. Une excellente variation, pleine de suspens, très bien écrite et qui va droit au coeur.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Okay story but far from being her best 18 novembre 2013
Par KindleLover - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Having finished this book for the second time, I was still a bit disappointed with it. I read the paper edition because I feel the kindle edition is overpriced. It's hard for me to pay $10 for a kindle edition unless I feel sure that it's a excellent book. This one does not qualify and I will not read it again.
I found the story very heavy and weighted down without much joy. Something seemed to be missing in the Darcy/Elizabeth relationship. Removing all of the villains from the original story was also a negative for me. The uncle and cousin who were the villains were much too vile for my liking but the addition of Aunt Augatha was a plus.
It would have been nice to have included in the epilogue a little more information on Darcy family. What happened to Georgiana?
What about Darcy & lizzy's children?
Would hesitate to recommend for the $10 price tag.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I cannot explain how it is that you have bewitched me, but bewitched I am 26 janvier 2013
Par Tina Wheatley - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I loved this brilliant variation of Pride and Prejudice. The author, Abigail Reynolds, does a great job of staying true to the world Jane Austen created yet let her creative light shine through. I was utterly enthralled with this book from page one. The story opens with what happens to the Bennets after Mr. Bennet dies and Elizabeth Bennet's refusal to wed Mr. Collins. You get to see old friends like Mr. Bingley, Georgiana, and Colonel Fitzwilliam while you are introduced to new characters. You are also taken into Mr. Darcy's head. We get to see a different side of him which is opposite from the aloof proud persona that we expect from him. You feel his desire and passion for Elizabeth Bennet. Elizabeth Bennet is just as witty, straight forward, and loyal to her family as we know her to be. You learn the depth of her feelings for Mr. Darcy. I know earlier I used the words passion and desire but please don't be misled. There are no steamy scenes. The author stays true to the time period. Normally, I like the romantic interludes to be steamy and not implied. Yet the descriptive language that the author uses to describe Mr. Darcy holding Elizabeth Bennet's naked hand for the first time and placing a kiss on each scarred finger... well let's just say it leaves you panting and wanting more. How did she do that? Pride and Prejudice lovers will enjoy this variation because you get to be with handsome, noble Mr. Darcy again. Don't fret if you never read Pride and Prejudice, you will still enjoy getting to know Mr. Darcy.

"I cannot explain why I must be with you, except to say that the sun shines more brightly and the very air tastes sweeter where you are. By your side, I notice and rejoice in marvels of nature that are invisible to me otherwise. I cannot explain how it is that you have bewitched me, but bewitched I am."
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 A plotline that feels forced 12 août 2013
Par S. Vaughan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I've enjoyed Ms. Reynolds P&P "what if" scenarios in the past. They've been well thought out and well written. The plotline of "Mr. Darcy's Obsession" feels terribly forced. I'm not speaking about the main plotline between Darcy and Elizabeth so much as the secondary plotlines. Darby's Fitzwilliam relatives, with the exception of the Colonel, are despicable two-dimensional characters who I tired of fairly quickly. Darcy's uncle and the Colonel's elder brother are drinking, womanizing aristocrats who use and abuse servants, and more particularly women to excess, to no end. Georgiana is afraid of both man, and I find it difficult to accept Darcy would allow interaction between his beloved sister and these Marquis de Sade wannabes regardless of his devotion to family. The story of Georgiana and George Wickham is completely ignored except for the brief disclosure Georgiana and he had a physical relationship that resulted in the birth of a child which Darcy placed with a respectable family. With the exception of Mary Bennet, all of the Bennet sisters were settled in some way, shape or form. I will say the idea of Jane Bennet marrying someone other than Charles Bingley and then being seduced by Mr. Bingley is difficult to accept. I can accept Elizabeth bending the strict parameters of propriety with Darcy, but not Jane and certainly not if she is married to another man. I enjoyed Darcy's Aunt Agatha and would have loved to learn more about her. Lastly, and I realize this is truly picky, but to use "disrespect" as a verb in a period piece set in England is unacceptable to me. Ms. Reynolds, in the past, has done a fine job retaining / mimicking Jane Austen's style, but to use "disrespect" as a verb seems careless.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great adaptation 2 mai 2017
Par Kindle Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is one of the best adaptations so far. Its quite tragic in portions with unwilling maidens being assaulted by the Viscount and his father to outright poverty of children living in the stables being fed by Darcy's cook. But there are humorous parts... Aunt Augusta who terrified the Earl and a wedding so disrupted in its black humor.
Excellent story..
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Thanks Abigail for this sweet book to show us the real heart of Fitzwilliam Darcy and his love for his Elizabeth 22 septembre 2015
Par ArkansasAustenFan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Wonderful Abigail Reynolds book that starts after Charles Bingley and Darcy leave Netherfield for London, never to return. No proposal in Kent because Mr. Bennet dies leaving the family immediately cast out by Mr. Collins. Lizzy is a nanny for the Gardiners and Jane marries a local shop owner. What does Darcy do when he finds out that the woman he has not been able to forget has fallen on such hard times...The story is filled with some really neat new characters that add just the right spice. The list reaches from a very wealthy aunt who married a old, wealthy earl to secure her independence to the street children living in Darcy's stables in London. This is one I frequently pick up to re-read my favorite parts in between new reads.
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