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The 26th of November: A Pride and Prejudice Comedy of Farcical Proportions Kindle Edition
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Oh, my word! The growth of Elizabeth's appreciation and affection for Mr. Darcy is brilliantly done. I was absolutely enchanted to read how the author developed our heroine's character, where Elizabeth started looking to make changes in her family and others only to realize the need to adjust her own attitude and outlook. In doing so, we watched her mature right in front of our eyes. The author did all of this in a short story. Did I mention brilliant? The lovely addition at the end where we get the hero's POV is exquisite. Yes, this is a book well worth reading.
I became frustrated just as Elizabeth did, wondering what exactly she needed to do to continue living her life. And this poor girl tried everything!! I laughed at those days where she just didn’t care for the consequences of her actions (knowing her life would reset in the morning) and was downright devious to her family. That led to some humorous scenes.
Eventually she does come out of it, and though the author isn’t explicit in what brought about the progression to the next day, I think one can tell what happened.
Throughout the endless days of November 26th, I enjoyed seeing Elizabeth and Darcy’s relationship evolve. Though it was mostly one-sided (again, that reset...), it was nice to see Elizabeth overcome her pride and prejudice towards him.
But lo and behold, we do get our hero’s POV at some point. And though his epiphany is delayed, he also overcomes his own pride and sort of prejudice. I’m so happy the author gave us Darcy’s perspective.
I greatly enjoyed this story but this author is always writing amazing stories so I’m not surprised. Would definitely read again.