What Would Mr Darcy Do?
Praise for Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy: The Last Man in the World "Romance worthy of Austen herself." -Palmer's Picks for Reading "A poignant love story and...an exceptional read." -Once Upon a Romance "Addicting...Abigail Reynolds delivers again!" -Love Romance Passion There's only one gentleman to... show more
Praise for Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy: The Last Man in the World "Romance worthy of Austen herself." -Palmer's Picks for Reading "A poignant love story and...an exceptional read." -Once Upon a Romance "Addicting...Abigail Reynolds delivers again!" -Love Romance Passion There's only one gentleman to turn to when a lady is in desperate need of answers... With scandal descending on the Bennet family (again!), Elizabeth absolutely refuses to drag Mr. Darcy's name into this shocking situation. But how on earth is she going to get her family out of trouble this time without his involvement? Hiding things from Mr. Darcy is getting more and more impossible, especially since he's started letting his feelings show...
Publish date: April 1st 2011
Publisher: Sourcebooks Landmark
Pages no: 240
Edition language: English
Series: Pemberley Variation Series
Note: marking this for a reread; I actually read the paperback version, which I reviewed HERE.
I really really enjoyed this book. I was expecting to like it because I have heard many good things about Ms. Reynolds books but I could not put it down! I think one of the best things that she does it that she grasps the original characters so well. As soon as I started reading the book I could see...
For all purposes, the rating I give this is proper. I did not find this a variation so much as a deviation. If you want the rating of the novel itself, add a star. If you are looking at this with a love of Pride and Prejudice and want a true rating, look at what I gave it. This book, and it's series...
Though I was familiar with Abigail Reynolds and her Pride and Prejudice/Pemberley "variations" series (and had even seen this book with a different title, From Lambton to Longbourn), I had never actually read anything by her. I'm not sure why, maybe it was the covers or that there were just so many...
My thoughts:This was another lovely Jane Austen variation from Abigail Reynolds. It was sweet, and it made me smile.In this one the story takes a slight turn at that day at the Inn in Lambton. Instead of him going away at once they talk a bit, she cries a bit, and there is a promise to see each othe...