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Mr. Darcy's Letter: A Pride and Prejudice Variation
     

Mr. Darcy's Letter: A Pride and Prejudice Variation

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by Abigail Reynolds
 
A lady's reputation is a fragile thing. If anyone discovered Miss Elizabeth Bennet had received a letter from a single gentleman, she could be ruined... or forced to marry a man she detests. In this Pride & Prejudice variation, Elizabeth chooses the safe course and refuses to read Mr. Darcy's letter of explanation. Returning home unaware of Wickham's true

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A lady's reputation is a fragile thing. If anyone discovered Miss Elizabeth Bennet had received a letter from a single gentleman, she could be ruined... or forced to marry a man she detests. In this Pride & Prejudice variation, Elizabeth chooses the safe course and refuses to read Mr. Darcy's letter of explanation. Returning home unaware of Wickham's true nature, Elizabeth confesses everything to him, putting both Mr. Darcy and herself in grave danger from Wickham's schemes.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780615571416
Publisher:
Intertidal Press
Publication date:
11/21/2011
Pages:
264
Sales rank:
838,947
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.55(d)

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4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Janie_tx More than 1 year ago
As always Abigail Reynolds did a great job. I throughly enjoyed this new twist. This is book I will read again and again.
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GerreK More than 1 year ago
I Have been devouring all of Ms. Reynolds variations since I discovered her last year. She excels at staying true to the characters and and the period. Every one of her books has a unique plot and remains enjoyable on rereading. She places direct quotations from the original P&P in the text and it's like discovering a treasure each time I find one. This book begins with Elizabeth rejecting and destroying Mr. Darcy's famous letter before reading it. Her ignorance of George Wickham's true character causes many complications which make the plot an enjoyable one to follow. I especially liked how Lydia's fate is handled in this story. If you have never read Ms. Reynold's works, I would recommend any of them to the Jane Austen fan.