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My Fair Lizzy: A Pride and Prejudice Regency Variation Kindle Edition
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Darcy is his usual self, always knows best for everybody. Elizabeth still tries to do what is best for the family. I liked the setting and the sstory progression. I definitely recommend this for those who enjoy JAFF; with a little Pygmalion added in.
ODC, OOC put a dampner on the story for me.
Although I have no problem with seeing Darcy as a pedantic, stickler for the English language... Removing his sense of duty for his family and responsibilities, you end up with an arrogant and self-serving, not too loveable man.
Elizabeth fares no better and reducing her to a bad mannered, ill tempered flower girl with no other accomplishment than knowing a lot of flowers did not sit well with me.
Mr Bennet being his indolent self, although not for the same reason as canon, it falls to Elizabeth and Jane to run their rundown flower shop in Covent Garden. Fighting to survive on a day to day basis.
Darcy is about to give lady Catherine some very bad news and are therefore looking for ways to appease her. Venturing into the flower shop he finds more than he bargained for.
There is an instant attraction between both couples but ODC is not showing it outwardly (even to each other) because of the enormous difference in their station.
Friendly bickering between Darcy and Bingley instigate a wager of Darcy being able to turn a urchin to pass for nobility by his excellent teaching skills in language and comportment.
Bingley, wanting more time with the lovely Jane, chooses Elizabeth to be the "urchin".
Miss Bingley, which is as unpalatable as ever, soon puts her nose in their affairs.
Wickham is as depraved as ever but has another role than canon. He is not well liked but that has not diminished his scheming skills. He does get his comeuppance though, in a very satisfying way.
Caroline fares a little better but not by much.
The highlight was the proposal, thoroughly enjoyed that.
The plot was not very plausible but that is not necessarily a deterrent for a good book.
It was fun but not excessively so. It was sad but not heart-wrenching. It had tension but it was not thrilling. For me, this story fell a bit between several chairs, not landing on any.
A good read though...
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