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- Publication Date: April 14, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B06ZY4VWJ3
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To Live and Love: A Pride & Prejudice Variation Kindle Edition
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The roles are reversed as the Bennets have gained a fortune in trade and are only leasing Netherfield while their London house is being refurbished. Darcy and Georgiana live at Longbourn, as their previous wealth was somehow lost. That mystery is yet to be solved for the reader and perhaps for the community as the Darcys are only there for about ten years. Mrs. Bennet is the one looking down her nose and she does it in company embarrassing Jane and Elizabeth. Charles Bingley is an officer in the militia.
I have to share my opinion that this book needs a lot of editing and developing of the plot. I know that there is another book out there in which the roles were reversed and need to read that in hopes that the taste of this book is washed away.
2) Wickham is similarly ALWAYS a conniving fraud
3) Lady Catherine is ALWAYS controlling
4) True love ALWAYS comes to Darcy and Elizabeth
In this case the Bennett family has money and Darcy hasn't. His father lost Pemberley to Lady Catherine after his wife's death and Darcy lives at Longbourne. Of course all works out correctly because there's no way that the two wont live happily ever after!
Wonderfully written but for errors sprinkled throughout, like saying Pemberley instead of Netherfield, or Elizabeth Darcy instead of Bennet, repeated words or "th" instead of "the", that sort of thing. It was irritating but you get passed it. By all means do not let that deter you from this fabulous read but be aware going in that you'll have to stop and think at some sentences to see what it actually says.
Please read this novel if you are at all interested in a wonderful story of miscommunication, misunderstandings, a good dose of pride, a prodigious amount of prejudice, and above all love.