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    Sweet Historical Romance

    Pride and Prejudice is one of my favorite books and the author did an amazing job with her own version of the story. The book grabs your attention and even though it is based on a very popular novel you will not find yourself comparing them both through out the book. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Darcy and Elizabeth disagreement on their terms of relationship as they get pass their personal issues and interference to fall in love.
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    Good

    It was good. I wish there was Mr.Darcy in it than there actually was, but overall it was a good book. It was well written. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Lovely story

    I enjoyed the story my first book by this author but for sure not my last. I can honestly recommend this book
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    Best substitute for experience is being sixteen.

    The best substitute for experience is being sixteen. ~ Raymond Duncan Here’s a what-if I haven’t encountered before: What-if Elizabeth at 16 was as easily duped as Lydia and Georgiana at 16? An interesting concept that I enjoyed even though it left me scratching my head a bit. Sixteen-year-old Elizabeth (only-the-deepest-love-will-induce-me-to-marry) Bennet is convinced to elope with George Wickham to help him out with his finances. Bennet family circumstances are a little different. The Bennets spent their early marriage in Derbyshire at an estate owned by Mrs. Bennet’s cousin who is out of the country for an extended period. Mr. Bennet made a shrewd investment with Mr. Gardiner and has amassed a more substantial dowry (L6000) for his daughters. Mr. Bennet and Mr. Darcy Sr. are friends (until they quarreled about the aborted elopement) and the families have grown up together. Darcy family circumstances are a little different. After the death of Lady Anne, Mr. Darcy has married Wickham’s mother, claiming young George as his step-son. Fitzwilliam and George are friends as young boys and also good friends with Elizabeth Bennet. Here’s one of the things I scratched my head over: George was 21 when Elizabeth was 16. Fitzwilliam was older than George. That would mean that boys more than 11 years old were playing 11-year-old boy games with a 6-year-old girl – not very likely to happen. It snowed last year too: I made a snowman and my brother knocked it down and I knocked my brother down and then we had tea. ~ Dylan Thomas The step-brothers had always had a friendly rivalry that became unfriendly when Fitzwilliam stopped George from eloping with Elizabeth. The Bennets left the estate in Derbyshire and moved to Longbourn to escape the scandal. (Scratch my head #2: Had they always owned Longbourn? Who lived there before?) The stage is set for a reunion five years later when Wickham is in Meryton with the militia and Darcy arrives with the Bingleys. Chaperones don't enforce morality; they force immorality to be discreet. ~Judith Martin Scratch my head #3: Collins arrives on schedule and Mrs. Bennet encourages him towards Mary who welcomes his attention. Collins and Mary travel to Hunsford to meet Lady Catherine with only Elizabeth at the parsonage as chaperone – not very Regency. The younger brother must help to pay for the pleasures of the elder. ~ Jane Austen, Mansfield Park That may be true in Mansfield Park but in this JAFF, the older brother is expected to pay. This book is well-written and well-edited with only a few errors. I did chortle a bit when Elizabeth packed her pelisse with things she would need for a short trip to London but for the most part the book is well-done and a very good effort for this first-time author. I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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