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some raspberry bushes, he steps off the path. When he finishes eating the raspberries, he forgets his direction. Elizabeth teases him, and he actually talks to her, smiles, and chuckles. He is drawn to her fine eyes, and she, his dimples Good start for Darcy. Bradley would be proud of him. Bradley and Pierce are getting along very well, because they seem to have a lot in common. Mamma wants the girls to meet the sister. Jane met her in town already, and they decide to visit today. She is in the common room when they arrive. She is serving tea when Bingley and Darcy come in to join them. Elizabeth is happy to see Darcy again. Bascombe is confronted by Darcy with all of Netherfield's many concerns in need of repair. Bascombe tries his best to get out from under Darcy's scrutiny, but underestimates Darcy. Getting all the concessions requested, Netherfield is rented by Bingley. Darcy goes for a ride and comes upon Jane and Elizabeth. Dismounting his horse, Darcy begins to walk with them. Suddenly, another horse comes charging behind them. Colonel Fitzwilliam is introduced to both ladies and immediately is struck by Jane. Fitzwilliam has found someone to soothe his soul. Seeing the Bennet ladies home, plans are set for tomorrow and later for their welcome dinner Ms. Bennet had planned. Caroline is already on her high horse about going and is told to stay behind a Netherfield. She goes, makes them late, Darcy being always on time is furious with her behavior. He suggests that they leave and if she wants to come, walk. A night of fun games is had by all, but Lydia tells Elizabeth Collins is down £50. Elizabeth accuses her of not liking him and tells her it was probably 5 pence. The next morning, Kitty, Elizabeth, and Lydia walk into town Kitty is in need of sewing materials, Elizabeth has a list from her mother to purchase, and Lydia runs off. Seeing Charlotte and Maria, she ducks into the first store she comes to. Unfortunately for her, it is the book store. Inside is Collins trying to sell on of Mr. Bennet's rare books. Again Lizzy tells her to stop making up lies about Collins. The next morning, Darcy, Fitzwilliam, Bingley, and Louisa plan to sneak out so Caroline doesn't see them. No one wants her along. She goes along, but is not thrilled. Getting to Longbourn, the group is headed towards their targets. Fitzwilliam heads for Jane, Darcy heads to Elizabeth, Louisa heads to Kitty with Bingley following his sister, and Caroline is stuck sitting next to Collins. Fitzwilliam and Darcy take a walk with their ladies. Suddenly, Caroline runs up to Darcy with Collins behind, and they congratulate him on his engagement to his cousin. Madder than a wet when, he confronts them both by spreading lies, but by that time the damage is done. Lizzy is confronted by Collins and indicates she is too below his sphere for him to consider her. She doesn't want to be near him either, pushes him away and runs. Fitzwilliam immediately tells Jane that he is not, nor was he ever, and will never be engaged to his cousin that this his Aunt's dream. Back at Netherfield, Bingley confronts Caroline for the hurt and humiliation she has caused Darcy. He begins to relate some of her hurtful things that have caused mortification to Louisa and himself. He tells Darcy to stay. Caroline says she'll be humiliated. Bingley's response is, "Just like you humiliated him." Bingley makes arrangements for Caroline and her maid to travel to their aunt in Scarborough by post. After talking with Elizabeth, Louisa decides to confront her with a long overdue set down and what she will longer tolerate. Caroline is furious, but Louisa is happy an feels like a weight has been lifted. Like it or not, Caroline is put on the post coach. Throughout this mess, Bradley is constantly at Darcy. Darcy realizes that he needs to fight for Elizabeth, because he wants her forever. The morning of Mary's wedding, Collins talks Elizabeth into walking in the garden. His long winded blithering goes from obnoxious to alarming. Elizabeth is afraid of his words and untoward behavior. The night of the Meryton Assembly is upon them, and Darcy has made up his mind to fight for his Elizabeth. Darcy and Fitzwilliam meet the Bennet carriage. Fitzwilliam helps Jane out, when Darcy starts to aid Elizabeth, Collins pushes in to intercept Elizabeth. She agrees to one dance, but gives her hand to Darcy to help her from the carriage. Collins' conversation during the dance with
"Fitzwilliam, Come quickly. She has four sisters. FD"
For this line alone I give this book 5 stars!!
I really enjoyed the "Given Good Principles" trilogy. Unlike many variations I've read, the plot twists and character tweaking felt natural and not forced. The dialogue and pacing were strong. It was well written and well edited, and made me laugh out loud several times.
The first book concentrates on Darcy. It gives us a great picture of who he is at the point where he and Elizabeth meet. The second book, focuses on Elizabeth in just the same way. The first books really set up the personal struggles each faces. Both wanting to be better people, showing both successes and failures.
With the stage thus set, the third book ponders the questions of appearance and substance. How do you take the measure of a man (or woman)?
Usually, I shy away from sequels to P&P - the coming together of Darcy and Elizabeth is what attracts me. However, I enjoyed these works so much, I would love to see this author tell me a little more about our favorite couple.
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