Memory: Volume 3, How Far We Have Come: A Tale Of Pride And Prejudice

  • Title: Memory: Volume 3, How Far We Have Come: A Tale Of Pride And Prejudice
  • Author: Linda Wells
  • ISBN: 9781453698426
  • Page: 292
  • Format: Paperback
  • Memory Volume How Far We Have Come A Tale Of Pride And Prejudice 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
    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 theThe 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.

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    About Linda Wells


    1. Welcome to my author page let me tell you a little about myself I worked for years in the environmental engineering world until I traded my career as a geographer for one as a mom to a challenging and really great son One day, I saw the 2005 production of Pride and Prejudice, and I was fascinated I bought a copy of Jane Austen s novel and read it so many times, falling under the spell of her unforgettable characters and story, and I could not help but wonder what happened next for them That led me in search of Jane Austen Fan Fiction.I read many stories and then one of my own started nagging at me So, I found an old notebook and started writing it down Without it even being finished, I took the plunge and started posting It was, and continues to be, a fantastic and rewarding experience to watch a story take shape while so many readers follow along I have many ideas for new stories, and with luck and lots of imagining, they will be written too.If you would like to email me, I would love to hear from you Lindawellsbooknut gmailBooks by Linda Wells Chance EncountersFate and ConsequencesPerfect FitMemory Volume 1, Lasting ImpressionsMemory Volume 2, Trials to BearMemory Volume 3, How Far We Have ComeImperative Volumes 1 and 2


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    1. I have found this series strangely addictive. It is not unusual for me to crave behind the scenes with ODC but this author writes a lot more than that. In her writing you will find many moments and conversations that could be taken out of the story without taking away from the quality of the book. I had times when I wanted a particular event to just happen but with all the couples it took more time to occur. Caroline was by far a very sad event. I found myself wanting her to show some remorse or [...]

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    2. I was eager to see how things would turn out for many of the characters and was apprehensive that Linda Wells would make a mess of tying off all the loose ends, but, my apologies, Linda, you did a fine job. Some were unsurprising and others were a twist, but like the second book, it did not stagnate. The end was inevitable, but I felt a reluctance to leave this Memory World of P & P.I confess to enjoying the pace of the second book best, but that takes nothing from this third and final book. [...]

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    3. And a worderful final part to the trilogy that had me in turns laughing and misting up. The Darcys go through both sadness and great joy, all the while their love always shines through. The characters developed so far also shine, and relationships strengthen further when the cousins and friends form a true band of brothers from their cameraderie while aiding and supporting each other. The plot finally comes full circle to the original novel time frame bringing everyone to Netherfield. A final co [...]

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    4. Missed a lot of the book skipping the sex scenes.Liked the story, especially the way the original Austen characters are given a depth of personality. But we really do not need detailed descriptions of sex between Darcy and Elizabeth in every chapter.

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    5. Great seriesI would honestly read anything Linda Wells wrote. Yes, I think her dialogue goes on a bit long and sometimes I wish Elizabeth wasn't quite so perfect, but I love that it's a story about a family.

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    6. I always have a sense of completion after getting through a Darcy Series. I loved this series and it has jumped up on top of my favorite Pride and Prejudice adaptations. Even though each one of these books were over 500 e-book pages each, I feel like I want more!

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    7. Cute story. Darcy & Elizabeth are overly sappy at times, but the supporting cast is good and it's always satisfying to see the P&P characters we all dislike get their just desserts.

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    8. Not for Jane Austen purists. I liked but charecters are totally not Darcy and Elizabeth.

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    9. Did not read since this is the third in a series where I found the first book too long and tiresome.

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    10. must read all 3 to get the full Austen effect.

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