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Alone with Mr. Darcy: A Pride & Prejudice Variation Kindle Edition
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The background story to Mr. Bennet's marriage was very interesting, though his sureness about Darcy's intentions was infuriating. It was very sad to read about a high price young women paid for their mistakes with dealing with men. There is a sexual assault mentioned, but it's not graphic.
I loved Charlotte, colonel Fitzwilliam, Anne's doctor and a female friend. Lady Catherine was an ultimate manipulator, but I enjoyed Anne outsmarting her.
Darcy was honorable and loyal, as usual. The misunderstandings between ODC were due to deceit and betrayal from a person dear to Elizabeth, but there is a HEA.
I could do without the Epilogue. There was nothing wrong with it but as I said; I would appreciate a longer ending after the resolution.
Mr. Bennet is trying to save Lizzy from a bad marriage to Darcy. But he is willing to force her into a marriage the Gardiners found for her which is obviously a bad marriage also.
And later toward the end of the story when Lizzy is confronting her father she lets him off way to easy. It was not in her character in the story for her to be so forgiving for such a serious breach of trust.
I loved this book and would recommend it highly.
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Characters: 4 Stars
Plot: 3 Stars
Entertaining: 3.5 Stars
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