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Mr Darcy Forever (Austen Addicts Book 3) Kindle Edition
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"I'm only sad that the series has come to a close. I can't wait to see what Connelly comes up with next." - Luxury Reading
"Mr. Darcy Forever by Victoria Connelly is about love and forgiveness between sisters who are swept up in Austen's fairy tale-like world of happy endings, only to find that the happiness they thought they would have was fleeting." - Savvy Verse & Wit
"The poignant story of two sisters ripped apart and their three-year journey back to reconciliation is compelling enough in its own right. Then kick it up another notch with the two loveable heroes... Will author Victoria Connelly confirm to us that the right man can indeed become Mr. Darcy Forever? I hope you understand my meaning when I say the 330 pages just evaporated in my hands as I sought the answer. 4.5 out of 5 Regency Stars" - Austenprose
"Mr. Darcy Forever is a sweet and charming tale about growing up and realizing that real life isn't like what you read in a novel, but there's nothing wrong about hoping for a happy ending." - Diary of an Eccentric
"This book is not to be missed by any lover of Jane Austen or by anyone looking for a great character story about two sisters and the ups and downs of their relationship." - Laura's Reviews
"Jane Austen fans will love this book and new readers to Jane Austen fiction will be enthralled and captivated by Connelly's characters and majestic setting. Connelly continues to surprise Chick Lit fans and Austen enthusiasts alike with book after book featuring one of the most beloved leading men out there." - Debbie's Book Bag
"I adore Victoria Connelly's trilogy about Jane Austen addicts and consider them to be treasures in the oeuvre of Austenesque literature!" - Austenesque Reviews
"Forever Mr. Darcy... a delightful novel that any Janeite can enjoy. Like a summer holiday in Bath can be, it's full of fun, romance and drama. Victoria has once again woven a tale that I enjoyed from beginning to end. Pick up her Jane Austen Addict Trilogy today!" - The Calico Critic
"What I especially like in Victoria Connelly's Austen-inspired trilogy is her humor. Her prose is witty and her narration characterized by a very light touch which makes you want to turn the page quickly and never put the book down. Bravo, Ms Connelly! These three modern day romances are really sunshine on a rainy day. I've loved them all." - My Jane Austen Book Club --This text refers to the paperback edition.
- File size : 1069 KB
- Print length : 336 pages
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publication date : November 7, 2013
- ASIN : B005ZMQMYQ
- Language: : English
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,210,009 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Top reviews from the United States
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Bath is the place where Catherine Morland met Henry Tilney and it was where Captain Wentworth declared his love to Anne Elliot (p. 61)
Sarah is the Elinor-type and as a much elder sister in a family with no parents she has to take care of Mia, Marianne's alter ego in this modern tale. Sarah has the conservatism of Elinor, the prudishness of Fanny Price and suffer from OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder) while Mia has the naivety of Catherine Morland, the recklessness of Marianne Dashwood and dreams of being an actress. Could two sisters be more different?
Sarah's birthday gift for Mia is a week to spend together, the two of them, at Barton Cottage but her plan will be ruined by an unexpected presence: Alec is the most handsome, fascinating man the two sisters have ever met. Mia loses her head and starts flirting openly with him, Alec seems more interested in Sarah though ...
This will be the beginning of the end for Sarah and Mia's close relationship, they have always been more like best friends than sisters. But they can't share the same man, can they?
Three years later and a great deal of life after the two sisters are both in Bath for The Jane Austen Festival, none of them knowing of the other's presence. They haven't spoken nor seen each other since their week in Devon.
Bath will offer them new chances and new acquaintances ( a Brandon-type and an Edward-Ferrars-type, of course! ) and, especially, an opportunity to meet again.
What about the Mr Darcy in the title? Read this lovely romp to the end and he will be there in his wet shirt for Mia, Sarah and all of you.
What I especially like in Victoria Connelly's Austen-inspired trilogy is her humor. Her prose is witty and her narration characterized by a very light touch which makes you want to turn the page and never put the book down. You are there - at least I was - giggling all the time. And daydreaming of course! She copes with ordinary life, heroines/heroes with their ordinary misadventures but she succeeds in making them rather extraordinary, really special.
Another element I definitely appreciate is her ability to find the Austenesque in present day ordinariness. Bravo, Ms Connelly! These three modern day romances are really sunshine on a rainy days. I've loved the previous two A Weekend with Mr. Darcy Dreaming of Mr. Darcy , this latest one, Mr Darcy Forever, nonetheless.
I enjoyed the comparisons between Sarah and Mia and Elenor and Marianne. I also enjoyed the love the sisters shared for all things Jane Austen.
A fun overall read which I enjoyed immensely and would recommend :)
Top reviews from other countries
This is a romance novel with a serious twist to it which I can whole-heartedly recommend.
We meet up with some wonderful characters who appear in this wonderful Austin Addicts series.
I made sure I read them in sequence and the relatively small overlap of characters adds a nice twist but each volume does stand alone.
Well worth the read, top marks.