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Mr. Darcy’s Noble Connections (2013)

by Abigail Reynolds(Favorite Author)
3.81 of 5 Votes: 5
White Soup Press
review 1: Entertaining, but it was not a believable alternative to P & P. I felt like I was reading about two entirely different characters rather that Elizabeth and Darcy. The writing was primarily dialogue ( verbal and internal) and the perspective alternated between Darcy and Elizabeth so you knew exactly what each was thinking. The suspense was therefore created by an over-the-top storyline. Despite these flaws, it was an entertaining storyline with interesting characters and lots of plot twists. A good stand alone period romance, but not a Austen-worthy alternate ending to P&P.
review 2: My first Abigail Reynolds read - a Pride and Prejudice variation which takes place several months after Elizabeth had rejected Darcy's proposal at Hunsford Parsonage. Set in a total
... morely new location (Bentham Park) the home of her childhood friend Lady Eleanor Carlisle. All new characters are introduced as family and friends of Darcy. The story starts as Elizabeth responds to an urgent request from Lady Eleanor, what follows is the story of several couples progression to mutual understanding less
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Just what I needed.....something that tugs the heart strings.
Thank God! Another book by Abigail Reynolds! Loved It!
Another delightful variation of Pride & Prejudice!
A positive epidemic indeed...very sweet
Loved this book, didn't want it to end!
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