Rainy Days

Rainy Days

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by Lory Lilian
     
 
In Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, Elizabeth Bennet's first impression and hasty judgment of Mr. Darcy, and that gentleman's pride and aloofness toward her loved ones took them on a long, difficult road to happiness. In "Rainy Days", Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy are caught in a rainstorm two days before the Netherfield ball, and they are forced to spend a few hours

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In Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, Elizabeth Bennet's first impression and hasty judgment of Mr. Darcy, and that gentleman's pride and aloofness toward her loved ones took them on a long, difficult road to happiness. In "Rainy Days", Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy are caught in a rainstorm two days before the Netherfield ball, and they are forced to spend a few hours alone together where they talk, listen, and better understand each other's feelings. However, even when original pride and prejudice are overcome, new obstacles arise. The road to true love is never smooth, and surprises along the way enhance the passion of the journey. Rainy Days - an alternative journey from Pride and Prejudice to passion and love.
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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781936009183
Publisher:
Meryton Press
Publication date:
02/15/2012
Pages:
390
Sales rank:
324,969
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.87(d)

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Rainy Days 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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DarcyLizzy More than 1 year ago
This book jumped the shark in the beginning when Darcy asked Lizzy to take off her clothes in a shack because she got wet from rain, and she did it. There was no way in that time period with those characters that that would have happened. She wasn't showing signs of illness at the time, and he would have braved the storm to get her help before he put her in any more of a compromising position if he really believed her to be getting ill. He wouldn't have told her to strip, nor would she have done so. The rest of the book was frankly too just too long. Other people loved this book, so...