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kindle ó Mr Darcy & Elizabeth Ö Darcy & Elizabeth è moneyexpresscard â A man who changes his mind would not deserve you and I am not a man who changes his mind Elizabeth Bennet is the envy of all her friends Seventeen years old beautiful popular and well connected she is A man who changes his mind would not deserve you and I am not a man who changes his mind Elizabeth Bennet is the envy of all her friends Seventeen years old beautiful popular and well connected she is viewed by all as a paragon of youth freedom and fashion No one suspects the lonesomeness and uncertainty of her life emotions she has slowly learned to bury When her 35 rounded up to 4 starsWhile this has a vastly different plot than the original Pride and Prejudice I recognize a strong similarity in Mr Darcy being almost a background character until close to the end It's the 1995 miniseries and JAFF that's turned him into a primary character throughout the book We forget that Jane Austen's Mr Darcy seems like an incidental character just on the periphery of Elizabeth's notice and the reader's for that matter right up until she learns he interfered between Jane and Bingley He's still off page most of the time during the rest of the book tooThis point of view in this story is primarily but not exclusively Elizabeth Bennet's She and Darcy are both younger here; she's only seventeen Jane Mary Kitty and Elizabeth are Mr Bennet's children from his first marriage the first Mrs Bennet having died years ago He's now married to Lady Sarah sister to Earl Radcliffe and they have two other young children together Financially the Bennet family is better off but only to a point It has not increased the dowries for Lady Sarah's stepdaughters much and while she has not been overtly cruel in the past she is manipulative and wants them married ASAP to relieve Longbourn the expense of supporting themWhen Jane turns down a marriage proposal from a highly eligible gentleman Lady Sarah is livid As punishment she arranges for Jane and Elizabeth to remain at their London boarding school through the summer instead of returning to Longbourn with their younger sisters and she deprives them of Miss Watson their companion She assumes they'll be miserable in such isolation Despite her intention it turns out to be uite an eventful summer The two accept invitations to stay with school friends and with the Gardiners a connection that Lady Sarah has never stooped to recognize Mr Gardiner being a mere tradesman and the brother of the former Mrs BennetElizabeth first encounters Mr Darcy at a concert at Vauxhall Gardens where true to tradition she overhears him making insulting remarks about her and Jane Again this is years earlier than the usual PP timeframe The senior Mr Darcy's death is a recent occurrence though Darcy is clearly out of mourning Through the Gardiners Jane meets Mr Dixon a successful businessman Mindful of Lady Sarah's displeasure and hoping to make amends Jane encourages his attentions During their stay with Miss Juliana Whipple and then later with the Misses Campbell Elizabeth and Jane attend numerous parties concerts and balls Mr Darcy is sometimes in attendance as the Whipples are his cousins and the Campbells also are in his social sphere It soon becomes apparent to Elizabeth that Miss Whipple's major objective in hosting the Bennet sisters is to gain introductions to Earl and Countess Radcliffe and especially to their handsome son Lord Norwich despite the latter's scandalous reputation Unfortunately Lord Norwich's attention is attracted in a different directionI like the basic premise and development of the plot which is very well constructed and the writing itself is uite good However there's introspection and repetition of thoughts than necessary making the book a lot longer than it needs to be Mr Bennet's level of indolence regarding his children by his first marriage is taken too far especially since we're told several times that Jane and Elizabeth are his favorites Elizabeth's reason for not writing to appeal to him is weak Also considering all that goes on with the Lord Norwich storyline it's disappointing that we don't find out how he and his mother respond to Darcy's betrothalBe aware that this story strays FAR afield from PP Obviously there's no Mrs Bennet or Lydia Mary and Kitty stay way in the background No Mr Wickham Mr Collins Lucas family or Mrs Phillips No Colonel Fitzwilliam Lady Catherine or Anne de Bourgh Georgiana is mentioned but she doesn't figure into the plot In spite of my reservations and the lack of similarity to Pride and Prejudice I like this Content is clean

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Step mother banishes her and her elder sister Jane to London for the summer holidays Elizabeth meets a man who seems her total opposite He is serious while she laughs structured while she is spontaneous and independent while she has almost nothing Yet the unlikely pair find an unexpected kinship amid their mutual sorrows and before long Elizabeth realizes she is fa My Rating 35Mrs Bennet has died leaving behind four daughters Jane Elizabeth Mary and Kitty Mr Bennet remarries the daughter of an Earl Lady Sarah They in turn have two children However once Lady Sarah has her own children she is no longer interested in her step children She convinces Mr Bennet that they must attend a prestigious finishing school and hires a governess Mrs Watson to attend them there This is where the story opens several years laterI found the premise an interesting one and for the most part enjoyed the story The manipulative and controlling step mother Lady Sarah has only one thing in mindget Jane and Elizabeth married as soon as possible to someone of wealth with excellent connections that would benefit her Love in a marriage is not even considered How she tries to manipulate and guilt trip both Jane and Elizabeth had differing effects How she punishes them doesn't give her the desired results either Lady Sarah was never overtly cruel but she did have a method for punishing those in her innermost circle who did not submit to her control willingly and Elizabeth was slowly learning that there was than one way to show cruelty uote from the bookI think Jane's character was well captured as she cannot say anything bad about anyone and always tries to please Elizabeth is effervescent The sparkle in her eyes the fire of liveliness in her temper had never been extinguished or even reduced by the efforts of her school to model her into the very admirable young lady she now was uote from the bookAs all the Bennet sisters are younger than in canon we get to see how they mature at least Jane and Elizabeth I even enjoyed Miss Whipple who was such an over the top character with shades of Miss Bingley How Elizabeth and Darcy learnmeet the other was totally different but insults are still made For me however there was just too much repetition at times which made the story drag a bit I would love to see a seuel to this as I'd be curious to see what happens with all the sisters

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Mr Darcy & Elizabeth Lling in love with Mr Darcy But he is not the only man who has noticed Elizabeth this summer nor the most eligible When Elizabeth's noble step cousin develops designs for her she finds herself tangled in the unfair expectations of her family misunderstandings among her friends and an ultimate decision that may purchase her true freedom But will it cost her her hear Evil step motherThe first Mrs Bennet nee Gardiner died in childbirth and Mr Bennet remarried to the rich daughter of an Earl As soon as she has her own children the step daughters are sent away to boarding schoolMost of the story revolves around Jane trying to please her stepmother by marrying and Elizabeth trying to keep away from a rake New characters are involved and we don't see the Bingley or the Rosing residents at all The Gardiner family only appears when the girls are refused visiting home during the summer Jane made her stepmother angry so they have to remain in town without any allowance for the summer It's a great book and I would love for a seuel to see how Jane and then the other girls make out