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- Print Length: 116 pages
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- Publication Date: March 24, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XVBQLRK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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I think Lady Catherine mentioned bathing in cool water in P&P. Apparently, Darcy was another proponent of a cool dunking in his ablutions. I can’t imagine the pond being very clean, but that is neither here nor there. This was a universe Grix created for her characters and, in her universe, maybe the pond was clean. While Darcy took a dunking, someone stole his clothes and he ran [literally] into Elizabeth Bennet as he attempted to get back to the house. Yeah, OOC; however, he did make an impression. Yeah, she was impressed alright.
Darcy hid behind a bush [shades of It’s A Wonderful Life when Mary hid in the hydrangea], and Elizabeth loaned him her shawl so he could make it back to the house. Jane was sick and Elizabeth had come to help take care of her. Due to their encounter, the verbal sword play took on a different stance and Caroline noticed that they were starting to enjoy each other. Insert the green-eyed monster… she was jealous and vindictive… poor Elizabeth.
Enter the bottom-feeding, low-life, slug, rat-dropping… yeah, it’s Wickham and his lies. Due to the rapid-fire speed of this story, we don’t get to spend much time in a scene before it’s over. I wanted more interaction, more page time with our characters, but we were denied.
As we worked toward that HEA, Elizabeth’s family did all they could at the Netherfield Ball to embarrass her and Jane. Caroline was delighted as it gave her the ammunition she needed to sink Bingley’s affection for Jane and her family. I loved how Bingley and Darcy’s conversation, regarding the Bennet sisters, took a different turn in this story.
This was a quick read, cute, clean [other than Darcy being naked], PG-13 [no graphic descriptions], and I enjoyed it. I would have liked to see it fleshed out more. There was an epilogue that was adorable; I love a good epilogue. I just wanted more. I give it 3.5-stars, round to 4-stars. It made me laugh.
Very nicely developed short story.
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