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Lost & Found: A Pride & Prejudice Novella Paperback – May 7, 2018
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The author does not spare our eyes in writing for us even the bodily consequences of two bodies sealed in a small space and the fact that all humans are imperfect is further proven. Imagine... darkness...slithery creatures...too much tea and discussions of topics assumed to be true.
This short story for busy readers condenses the time it takes for our couple to come to know each other much better and to unravel previous false opinions.
You know, you do have to read this. What's your excuse...not enough time...not good enough. Its short, its sweet and it does have a happy ending.
Would anyone care to explain why every Austen fan fiction writer struggles with the distinction between "breathe" and "breath?" I understand British English uses "bath" as a verb and we use "bathe." But breath is a noun in British English and not a verb in either dialect, unless in very Olde English, never in Regency English. At least Ms. King gets it right sometimes.
Elizabeth disappears at Rosings (reminiscent of “Young Frankenstein”). Our hero must discover her whereabouts and together they must work to escape. As a side venture, the couple must move toward understanding and even … love.
A cat bitten once by a snake dreads even rope. ~ Arab Proverb
But if Darcy’s phobia is uncovered, can Elizabeth’s fear remain secret?
“Lost and Found” is a sweet and clean little romance with a shortcut to a HEA.
Fear is the father of courage and the mother of safety. ~ Henry H. Tweedy
Thrilling, captivating, funny and utterly unputdownable!
I love when ODC is potraited with imperfections. To me, PnP is not about two perfect human beings but about the magnetism that pulls two people towards each other, despite of any circumstance.
Elizabeth was lost at Rosings and mr Darcy went in search of her, despite his aunts protestations.
Trapped in a dark and cramped space, conversation ensue and secrets are revealed while misunderstandings are resolved.
Ends in a lovely epilogue.
Heartily recommend this book!
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read. This is truly a book about Darcy and Elizabeth.Read more