Yours truly, Mr. Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Variation

  • Title: Yours truly, Mr. Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Variation
  • Author: Denise O'Hara
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 148
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Yours truly Mr Darcy A Pride and Prejudice Variation You ve Got Mail Regency Style Elizabeth s head is full of Wickham and she blames Darcy for keeping them apart He must come up with a way to change her mind about him if he s ever going to win her Clea
    You ve Got Mail Regency Style Elizabeth s head is full of Wickham and she blames Darcy for keeping them apart He must come up with a way to change her mind about him if he s ever going to win her Clean content

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    1. This book hovers on the precipice between *** & **** so since I don't have too many specific complaints I opted for ****. This is described as "You've Got Mail" Regency style. As I never saw "You've got Mail" /title/tt0128853/? I didn't know what that meant. Now I do.This short P&P What if goes off canon by having Mr. Collins never considering Miss Elizabeth; as Mrs. Bennet believes Lizzy is Mr. Wickham's favorite. The day after the ball at Netherfield; which Wickham; as per canon, fails [...]

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    2. What if Elizabeth was deeply in love with Wickham and blamed Darcy for her unhappiness? What if Darcy decided to let Elizabeth know his true character through some anonymous letters? An interesting premise for a cute novella by Denise O’Hara.After a brief part where some scenes from “Pride and Prejudice” are described (which I found necessary to understand what happens next), the author starts to tell us her story by describing the protagonists’ emotions after the Netherfield ball. Eliza [...]

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    3. 3.5 starsWe have in this short variation an author who seems to take up the wager as to whether an author can bring a story based on P&P to a successful conclusion without leaving Meryton. And she uses the device several other authors have used within the last yearat of letter writing.In this story Wickham has gone to even further efforts to make sure he alienates Elizabeth (and through her anyone she wants to share his remarks with) from any favorable opinions about Darcyeven to professing [...]

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    4. What a wonderful variation on P&P. In this variation it starts around the time of the Netherfield Ball and continues through the first of the year. This author uses the you've got mail scenario quite well. Darcy over hears Lizzy and Jane talking and realises that Elizabeth despises him and that she has a tender for Mr Wickham! What is he to do? That is when he comes up with the letter skeem. He is quite inventive on how to accomplish this task. The story was a little short and condensed but [...]

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    5. In this variation, Elizabeth and Darcy grow to understand each other through anonymous letters left in a tree. Wickham is revealed as being even more devious in this story. Overall, it is a fun read. Parts are a little choppy, but the main character interaction is well done in my opinion.

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    6. This book is a short read and has some angst, but not a great deal. It is a nice snack. I do like books with a lot of angst, but a novella sometimes fits the bill. I loved how Lizzie gets to know Darcy, without even realizing it is him she is learning about, after Wickham has poisoned her mind against Darcy.I was given a copy by the author to review.

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    7. Perfect read for an afternoon. I found the pace was better than most short stories. I liked that it showed another side of Darcy. It was a feel good read. Refreshing change from the many sensual stories coming out lately.

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    8. Unfortunately lacking.The story is a great idea but it seemed rushed and lacking substance. More of a detailed outline really. Plus the characters didn't ring true. I wish there was more to it.

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    9. Love the way Denise O'hara writes. I've enjoyed all of her books and short stories. I recommend this to anyone who is a Jane Austen fan. She has brought these characters to life.

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    10. I look forward to each and everyone of her books.

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    11. You've Got Mail, Darcy & Elizabeth style :D

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    12. Quick and fun. A definite feel good book!

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    13. Another Believably Good StoryThis is a well paced, short story that has a fun ending. Great reading in an afternoon with a cup of tea.

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    14. It just didn't do it for me.

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