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Fitzwilliam Darcy An Honourable Man (2000)

by Brenda J. Webb(Favorite Author)
3.95 of 5 Votes: 4
Darcy and Lizzy Publications
review 1: this book was good in theory, but was quite long and slow at times. Long is good if you can keep it going. There were times I had to convince myself to finish it so I could move on to the next one guilt free. That is not to say I didn't like the book because I did, just it could've been shorter and still gotten the story's point across. It was a different take on the story, and that I enjoyed thoroughly.
review 2: What an emotional read! Darcy leaves Kent hurt with his proposal being denied and goes off to Scotland and Irelend for 2 years not knowing what has happened to the Bennetts. Georgiana is married, Bingley married Jane and what he doesn't know is that Elizabeth's father died, and she was forced to marry Count Stefano against her will by her mother. What
... more sad is that everyone thinks she is dead (died in a fire the Count probably lite himself) except for Jane and Charles Bingley. They elicit Darcy's help to keep her safe from her mad husband who they are afraid might hunt them down but they first have to see if Darcy loves Elizabeth still so they must tell him about her death. Poor Darcy, you really read about his intense feelings for Elizabeth in this novel. Poor Lizzy too is in a constant daze, she doesn't speak and hardly moves anything with her eyes. Poor Jane is so heartbroken but they hope Darcy can get through to her. Will Darcy take her in to Pemberley to keep her safe? Will he still love her and sacrifice never marrying to protect Lizzy? Will Lizzy ever come out of this daze? Will she love him like he loves her? Can they ever be together if she is legally married? In the background we learn more about Georgiana's life with her husband, their desire to have children. We read more of London life and the women who are after Darcy. We read of what the Count is up to now, what Wickham is up to and the trouble they will stir up. What an emotional read. I will say Coronel FitzWilliam (Darcy's cousin) has a great sense of humor. What a great relationship he has with Darcy. The one thing I didn't like is how evil Mrs Bennett is protrayed as being. BUT its a good read! less
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The title should have clued me in. The writing was choppy and smacked of middle school.
Best Pride and Predjudice Book I have read. I loved it and could not put it down.
Nice twist on the standard P &P book
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