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- Listening Length: 13 hours and 57 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Tantor Audio
- Audible.com Release Date: November 17, 2015
- Language: English
- ASIN: B017MQA2OI
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Mr. & Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy: Two Shall Become One: Darcy Saga Series #1 Audible – Unabridged
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This book is a fan fiction, and you can find better for free online. There are errors galore in grammar, punctuation, tense, wrong-word usage, continuity. It's clear, at points, that cuts were made to the original story, but they were done so poorly that it's jarring to the reader. If this were self-published, I wouldn't be nearly as critical; however, this is s traditionally published book and should be better.
As much as I normally love Darcy and Elizabeth, I came close to disliking them in this book, Darcy, especially. The man couldn't be away from Elizabeth for any period of time without rushing back to her and hauling her off to bed. He cries at the drop of a hat. Definitely not the Darcy I love.
I had to force myself to finish this book and when I got to the last line, my reaction was: that's it? There are better Pride and Prejudice sequels out there. Try Jan Hahn or Cassandra Grafton. I promise you'll find those reads much more satisfying.
As for me, I own the other two books in this trilogy. They came highly recommended and had high Amazon ratings, so I bought them. Purchasing them was, I think in retrospect, a mistake. I'm not sure I can bring myself to read them. There are so many good books, why waste time on poorly written ones?
First of all, it is a love story of two young people who never were really in love with anyone else: second of all, it brings out the best of what two different personalities has to offer to better their partners; thirdly, I think the sexual experience that they shared was through experimentation and lust for each other. I think Sharon Lathan explained that quite well. This is pretty much of what is in today's world.
Imagine going from being relatively middle class to upper class and having to adjust to living with the rich. That is what Lizzy basically had to do & she did it gracefully with her charming, witty, and well versed self charming the upper crust!
She was well liked and even by the villian Orman that caused so much havoc in this novel.
It was well written explaining what I have stated and it really wasn't a bad read. Thanks and I will continue to re-read her next novels so I can write reviews for them.