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- Print Length: 116 pages
- Publication Date: February 16, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01BW4WKAK
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- Lending: Enabled
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Entanglements of Honor: A Pride and Prejudice Variation Kindle Edition
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I've read some other books written by these authors but this one is my favorite. Looking forward to more variations!
The gentlemen, upon realizing the situation, send a note to Mr. Bennet and then determined what was to be done. Bingley was visibly upset that he would not have his Jane so Darcy suggested that he would take Elizabeth. Unknown to them, the two ladies were discussing the same thing upstairs. Jane was visibly upset that she would not have her Bingley so Elizabeth suggested that she would take Darcy.
When Mr. and Mrs. Bennet arrived there was not a lot to be said; the girls were compromised. Mrs. Bennet was overjoyed when she considered the wealth her Jane would have. Her joy was short lived when both girls insisted they would not marry the gentlemen. They declared that nothing improper had happened and surely their reputations would not be ruined.
Chaos prevailed and they were assured that the scandal would affect not only them but their sisters’ prospects as well if they did not marry. All seemed lost until it was revealed that Jane loved Bingley and Bingley loved Jane. It was apparent that at least one couple would be happy.
After the weddings we move to Pemberley where the rest of the story continued. I love how the relationship between Darcy and Elizabeth developed. Her feelings had a long road to travel in order for her to begin to appreciate, and then to like and finally to be in love her new husband. Darcy was so good about giving her time to get to know him. I love their interactions. He was intrigued as she was unlike any woman he had ever known. To her, his wealth was nothing.
It was not until the visit from Lady Catherine that our story came to a head. OMG!!! Lady C. was awful and worse than canon, if you can believe it. She was delicious in her venom and spite. Please read it just to see what happened. Oh what a wonderful conclusion. I loved the epilogue as it wrapped up the story and brought it back to the beginning—with a fireplace in a ballroom. It was so fitting.
There are several excellent reviews that explain the plot, story line, errors and such, so no need for me to repeat. This was a quick read, low level angst, and a final HEA. I enjoyed the journey.
I like very much the way Lizzy and Darcy talk about the misunderstandings and make everything better.
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