My Mr. Rochester 2

My Mr Rochester A retelling of the Gothic romance set in a future utopia Episode Jane has no intention of falling in love with Mr Rochester but as he draws her out her attachment to him deepens Still it s obviou

  • Title: My Mr. Rochester 2
  • Author: L.K. Rigel
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  • Page: 429
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A retelling of the Gothic romance, set in a future utopia.Episode 2 Jane has no intention of falling in love with Mr Rochester, but as he draws her out, her attachment to him deepens Still it s obvious Mr Rochester prefers the company of a senator s daughter, the beautiful and accomplished Blanche Ingram who seems determined to have Rochester for herself Jane triesA retelling of the Gothic romance, set in a future utopia.Episode 2 Jane has no intention of falling in love with Mr Rochester, but as he draws her out, her attachment to him deepens Still it s obvious Mr Rochester prefers the company of a senator s daughter, the beautiful and accomplished Blanche Ingram who seems determined to have Rochester for herself Jane tries to avoid Mr Rochester, but when she saves him from an attack by a crazed servant, she comes perilously close to losing her heart to a man she can never have.

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    1. This installment (2 of 5) picks up the story when Jane meets her employer formally. This episode is beautifully written and shows us how Jane falls in love with Mr. Rochester. In this new/old world that Jane and Rochester are living in, we see that Edward has some real power (and probably more wealth) to gain if he were to become married. He's under some pressure to do so (as Jane overhears) and when he brings Blanche Ingram back to Thornfield for the house-party, Jane feels jealousy and sorrow. [...]

    2. Again, this follows along the story line of the original Jane Eyre, with a bit more mentions of old books (along the lines of Harry Potter). Jane and Mr. Rochester are a bit more physical than in the original book, and Jane does take some illegal contraception.Blanche the senator's daughter is even more awful in this version.

    3. So far the author is doing a great job of interpreting certain motives of Charlotte's Bronte characters without straying too much from the original version. On to #3.

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