What if...Elizabeth Bennet was more unsuitable for Mr. Darcy than ever...
Mr. Darcy is determined to find a more suitable bride. But then he learns that Elizabeth is living in London in reduced circumstances, after her father's death robs her of her family home...
What if...Mr. Darcy can't Help himself from see king her out...
He just wants to make sure she's alright. But once he's seen her, he feels compelled to talk to her, and from there he's unable to fight the overwhelming desire to be near her, or the ever-growing mutual attraction that is between them...
What if...Mr. Darcy's intentions were shockingly dishonorable...
©2010 Abigail Reynolds (P)2013 Abigail Reynolds
Abigail Reynolds and narrator Elizabeth Klett make a great team, and this book is no exception. Reynolds imagines different versions of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, and Klett is the perfect narrator to bring her characters to life. She does men and women equally well, and her British accent is impeccable.
As all Ms Reynolds stories it is very good. Well written. Full of wit just like Jane Austen's books. Sometimes you just laugh out loud while listening. Loved it. Highly recommend this book to all who like fanfiction.
A Swedish fan.
I do not own this book. My review is only of the sample. I wonder if this book is simple too repetitious of other books that I've read; and, therefore, I have hesitation about buying this book. Dr. R Shechter
"So unlike Austen!"
Only to a non-Austen fan!
I would have cut out some of the overly contrived setbacks.
Her pronunciation often sounds too unnatural, assumed; makes her interpretation rather stilted at times... as if she were making too much of an effort.
Yes, a one-time listen.
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