- File Size: 3009 KB
- Print Length: 227 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1536987433
- Publisher: Catherine Bilson; 1 edition (August 20, 2016)
- Publication Date: August 20, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01K18DII6
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #125,970 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Sexytimes: No, this is a clean romance.
Vulgar Language: Yes, a little, but I believe 5 times or less throughout the book.
Violence: Mild and not too descriptive.
Authentic Language style: Yes, this style of writing allowed me to stay in the story it is perhaps not truly authentic but felt similar enough to the period.
Character Authenticity: Yes, I felt these characters were similar to the characters we know and love excepting a stronger Jane and a more emotional Darcy (once overwhelmed with grief).
TTS: Yes, I read most of this book via text-to-speech.
Alexa enabled: Yes, you can hear this via text-to-speech read with Alexa. Great for doing dishes!
Editing: Well edited, please note text-to-speech does not catch punctuation issues but I did not hear any mistakes.
I found this book to be quite the JAFF romp with a bit of sleuthing thrown in. Much of the focus book is on overcoming adversity. Charlotte, Jane and Colonel Fitzwilliam play more primary roles in this story alongside and sometimes more so than our beloved couple. I also loved the version of Ann that emerged in this story albeit briefly!
Recommended: Yes, I thoroughly enjoyed this book, in fact toward the middle I couldn't put it down! This Jane Austen Fan Fiction was a delightful Happily Ever After.
Trigger Warning: This book does contain two scenes with violence against a woman, it does not extend to rape.
Hunsford, where this story unfolds, after receiving Darcy's letter Elizabeth hasten to the parsonage to escape the rain. Mr Collins find Mr Darcy's letter and attack Elizabeth, running away from Mr Collins Elizabeth has an accident. Meanwhile Mr Collins runs to Lady C with Darcy's letter...
Mr Darcy and the Colonel remains at Rosings to follow Elizabeth progress when they start to suspect foul play.
There are major character death but a couple of them well deserved.
I removed a half star because I thought the ending lacked in romance.
A thrilling, captivating read I recommend.
This book, which concerns domestic and sexual abuse, has a well-constructed plot with realistic characters. The author is careful to not let Mr Collins and Lady Catherine, depicted here in their most evil forms, fall into caricature. Jane, in this story a fearless warrior, shines, and this story is her roman à clef. The love she and Elizabeth have for one another almost makes me weepy.
Elizabeth’s mental trauma is barely mentioned, and she recovers from it a bit too quickly. In addition, Bingley seems to fall through the ice for a few chapters, but he bobs back up again! Nonetheless, a worthy addition to the halls of JAFF.
4 Deaths occur at once -- 2 innocent and 2 not so innocent -- leading to HEAs for nearly everyone.
As promised, Mr. Collins is a truly despicable character.
The book is darkly funny and darkly romantic, and a good afternoon's read. I recommend the story to anyone who enjoys JAFF.