Memory: Volume 3, How Far We Have Come

Memory: Volume 3, How Far We Have Come

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by Linda Wells
     
 

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The third volume of the Memory series, How Far We Have Come, finds the Darcys with a family of their own, fully matured and comfortable with their positions as the master and mistress of Pemberley. The fears and demons of Darcy's past have been addressed, and the formidable Fitzwilliam family has accepted and embraced the unique and exceptional example of marriage

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The third volume of the Memory series, How Far We Have Come, finds the Darcys with a family of their own, fully matured and comfortable with their positions as the master and mistress of Pemberley. The fears and demons of Darcy's past have been addressed, and the formidable Fitzwilliam family has accepted and embraced the unique and exceptional example of marriage that the Darcys display. Now it is Elizabeth's turn to finally put to rest the pain of her history, while at the same time influencing her sisters to grow and become women to be admired as well. The Darcys often bemuse their friends and family with their approach to addressing the many facets of their lives, however, all are quick to admit that they are better for knowing them.

The story contains scenes of a mature nature.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781453698426
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
07/22/2010
Pages:
568
Sales rank:
872,612
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 8.80(h) x 1.20(d)

Meet the Author

Linda Wells worked several years for engineering companies preparing environmental impact statements before marrying and having a son. His disabilities changed her from career woman to stay-at-home mom.

Inspired by the 2005 film Pride and Prejudice, she purchased a copy of Jane Austen's novel, and fell under the spell of the unforgettable characters and story. Wondering about those characters eventually led her to discover the world of Jane Austen Fan Fiction, and decided to write down the story that was nagging at her, Chance Encounters. She has many ideas for new stories, and with luck and a cooperative muse, they will be written too.

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Memory: Volume 3, How Far We Have Come 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 23 reviews.
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A really different,"What, if?" of Pride & Pred.--very satisfying. Am reading the Imagine series now.-particularly liked the proposal scene early in story.
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kfss More than 1 year ago
Loved her different approach on when and how they meet. The storyboard is good. My only drawback is the explicit sexual content.
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JanAustenFan More than 1 year ago
This book gave you the true honest feelings Darcy and Elizabeth felt for one another without giving in to the "norm" that their culture presented in that day of age. Sensing the passion they felt for each other from the chemistry between them, you have the opportunity to witness it first hand from the very beginning.
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Angie Weier More than 1 year ago
Just wonderful, couldn't wait to read daily. Never short of excitement. There was always something going on.
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A great start to a new series! A must read in the ever expanding world of P&P sequels. Darcy and Elizabeth make eye contact in a park earlier in their lives and this special connection they seem to have carries them through much heartache until they are ready for their relationship to begin. This Darcy is grieving over the loss of his parents and struggles with the master's responsibilities thrust upon him at such a young age. The memory of Elizabeth carries him through much until he is ready for her. I enjoyed seeing younger more vulnerable characters in this retelling. The side stories involving the Matlock cousins, the Bingley's and Jane are also well done. Can't wait to get into Book #2!
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LuvMrDarcy More than 1 year ago
This is an alternate take on Pride & Prejudice, with Elizabeth and Darcy first catching sight of each other at a much younger age (Elizabeth is only 15). Of course, they are drawn to each other, but it takes a few years for them to be able to meet. The story is sweet... Darcy is not quite so proud, and their love affects everyone around them. I enjoyed this one!