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- Publisher: Quiet Mountain Press, LLC (June 5, 2017)
- Publication Date: June 5, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B072C83R3D
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So when Lydia, Bingley, and Richard all call Darcy out on his character defects, he attempts to make changes. Which amounts to not so much for a lot of the story. What essentially triggers the change is when a tragedy surrounding Georgiana occurs. But even then, when circumstances drive Lizzy and Darcy together, he slips up again and again until FINALLY he gets it.
This whole back and forth of Darcy was, quite honestly, annoying. While at times his thoughts were humorous (usually when he was being a jerk), he was too wishy washy when it came to Elizabeth. His thoughts really were annoying after a while. Lizzy was slightly better and only because the story wasn't from her perspective.
What saved this story for me was Lydia, Richard, and the Matlocks. They were highly entertaining and I enjoy stories where Darcy and Lydia have a lot of interaction. She's more insightful than what is usually written, without ever losing her essential "Lydia-ness" we know from canon. Though there was that scene in the end where she really seemed mature but that just shows there's more to her than what she puts out. Or that she definitely has rough edges but she's worth the knowing.
The epilogue also was pretty entertaining. Wickham was pretty evil and that kept my interest until the end.
Overall the story was good, but this Darcy wasn't my favorite. But I'd probably read it again at some point.
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