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PDF ß BOOK In the Way of Other Rich Men Ø An alternate cover edition can be found hereI'm Mr Darcy's biggest fan but I've always wondered why it took him so long to confess his mistake to Charles Bingley How would the story have changed if Darcy had spoken to his friend right away sharing his new knowledge that Jane Bennet really did harboBeth's heart? Find out how just one confession might have triggered an entirely different string of events in this sweet and clean Pride and Prejudice re imagining Jane Austen fans will recognize many of their favorite uotes as much of the great lady's original words are woven in throughout the story Enj As another reader stated in their review there was not a great deal of difference from the original version But there was enough variation to make it interesting and a good read for me I loved Darcy even as we got insight into how devastated her was by Elizabeth's refusal to his proposal After confessing his part I separating Bingley from Jane I thought there would be to put all the Bennet girls in the paths of other rich men But it was only Lizzy with Darcy and a new characterStill I did enjoy this short book very much

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An alternate cover edition can be found hereI'm Mr Darcy's biggest fan but I've always wondered why it took him so long to confess his mistake to Charles Bingley How would the story have changed if Darcy had spoken to his friend right away sharing his new knowledge that Jane Bennet really did harbor feel 45 rounded up to 5 starsI really enjoyed this relatively short variation The author mostly limits the story to Mr Darcy's point of view who starts the book in despair after having just delivered his letter to Miss Elizabeth the morning after she refused his marriage proposal The first chapters dwell on Darcy's self reflection as he tries to understand Elizabeth's assessment of his character He gradually comes to the conclusion that her reproofs were warranted and he determines to improve He also recognizes his responsibility to set things right with his friend Bingley visiting him immediately after arriving in London from Kent to confess his error about Jane Bennet's feelings and that she is currently in CheapsideAs the book description states Bingley is uick to reunite with and propose to his angel Jane As Bingley's best man Darcy has to watch as another of Bingley's friends Mr Wortham charms Elizabeth during all the pre wedding festivitiesI especially like the creative and very logical alteration in the Wickham and Lydia storyline And just as Elizabeth and the reader is unaware of Mr Darcy's motivation for his behavior in the original Pride and Prejudice this Mr Darcy and the reader is in the dark about Elizabeth's feelings The limited point of view method of storytelling effectively relays a believable level of angst for poor Mr DarcyI did not notice any significant editing errors and the author has solid writing chops Content is clean

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In the Way of Other Rich Men Ings for Charles and admitting his previous knowledge of her being in London all those months? Would an earlier marriage between Charles and Jane throw the remaining Bennet sisters in the way of other rich men as Mrs Bennet predicted? And how would such competition affect Darcy's chances of winning Eliza 35 rounded up to 4 starsThis story basically adds little that is new to the story of Mr Darcy and Elizabeth Yes there is another man who courts Elizabeth and also we read of Mr Darcy's injuries when he rescues Elizabeth and a small child from a fire We spend some additional time reading of Darcy's despondency over his failed proposal to Elizabeth and his feelings of hopelessness as he observes another man's attentions to herSo this is another sweet story about a failed proposal but then a second chance We don't really read why Elizabeth's feelings have changed or even why she turns down that other man So that is just left up to the reading to suppose that his changed attitude towards her family and neighbors and his part in sending Bingley back to Netherfield were greatly responsible for her changed opinion about Darcy The title is explained in the last sentence Jane's marriage to Bingley is responsible for throwing Mrs Bennet's other daughters