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There were many times I laughed and made comments out loud. This story was well written. I loved it and have recommended it to many others.
Elizabeth is a freshman when she and Jane meet the Darcy brothers. Elizabeth is a long distance runner and Darcy is in his last year and an aspiring quarterback. Elizabeth is often thrown into Will Darcy's company as her sister Jane enters a relationship immediately with his brother Charles. They enter fast into a physical relationship but it ends rather abruptly and I can't say I really understood why...
They meet again 6 years later by accident and picks up were they left off but they both keep secrets from the each other. Darcy's secret I had no problem with except for Elizabeth reaction to it which felt exaggereated. Elizabeth's secret, on the other hand, was unforgivable. I struggled with the reason for her secrecy which to me is not credible.
Elizabeth was not very likeable in this book and I was not to fond of Darcy either. I felt there was much wanting in the intellectual capacity of both. They have an on and off relationship with weak reasons for both splitting and joining from my point of view.
Wickham enters the story as Westing and stirs up Darcy's equilibrium on several occasions.
The plot is sports related and I have zero knowledge on american football, the thought however of a career in sports could be more important than love is unfathomable to me.
Their passionate exchanges was hot and the proposal was lovely. Loved seeing Darcy as a father at the end.
Loved Jane and Charles in this book.
Liked that Jeffers doesn't keep it close to canon in the time line. I loved the unpredictable quality which kept the pages turning for me.
I didn't really like the main characters in this book but since it was Unputdownable thrilling to read I ended up with 4 stars.
Life in general is not always pleasant and doesn't work in your favor.
Living in the United States and had been to the area and traveling that way to South Carolina to visit our son, made it clear to me what Regina wrote about and I really enjoyed the novel.
Thanks for a great read and it went rather quickly for such a long novel!
I re-read this novel since it kept going thru my mind if I missed anything and I enjoyed it much more the second time. The writing concerning the medical issues were done well with the research that Regina did and being that I was a surgical nurse for over 30 years was very impressed with the medical issues and how she handled them in her writing.
Thanks you for an excellent novel and will list it as one of my favorites especially with the happy ending!
This time our story starts as Will Darcy and his brother, Chuck, meet Elizabeth Bennet and her sister Jane are moving into their dorms during Liz's freshman year. Chuck, of course, falls for Jane almost as soon as he sets on eyes on her. Will, on the other hand, is taken by Liz but tries to keep for falling for her. Of course, this doesn't work and Will ends up falling deeply and madly in love with Liz and she in return does the same. I enjoyed watching their friendship grow and their chemistry was electric. But nothing comes easy for our couple and after a semester they fall apart, although they both think it's the best for the other person no mater what they feel themselves. Six years later, they finally find a way back together but there are secrets each are keeping from each other.
The twists and turns that Ms. Jeffers weaves is intriguing. I was pulling for this couple from the start but there where times I thought they would never make it. Liz is more stubborn then Elizabeth Bennet and Will wears his heart on his selves which Mr. Darcy lacked at times. Will, like Mr. Darcy, would do anything and everything for those he loves and that is always agreeable to me.
In the end I was happy when our couple finally came together and how exciting that there was a double wedding between Will and Liz and Jane and Chuck. This was an enjoyable book that any fans of Pride and Prejudice would enjoy. A modern adaptation based upon a beloved classic, what more could one ask for.