Darcy and Lizzy: Bewitched

Darcy and Lizzy Bewitched In this unique and charming spin off of the beloved Pride and Prejudice Darcy and Lizzy are bewitched not only with each other but by the evil Nanny Witch a fearsome spectre from Darcy s childhood

  • Title: Darcy and Lizzy: Bewitched
  • Author: Mary McPhee
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 360
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In this unique and charming spin off of the beloved Pride and Prejudice, Darcy and Lizzy are bewitched, not only with each other, but by the evil Nanny Witch, a fearsome spectre from Darcy s childhood whom he once played a prank upon Now that prank has come back to haunt him Nanny Witch has the Regency couple dance like puppets on her string She transports them to a danIn this unique and charming spin off of the beloved Pride and Prejudice, Darcy and Lizzy are bewitched, not only with each other, but by the evil Nanny Witch, a fearsome spectre from Darcy s childhood whom he once played a prank upon Now that prank has come back to haunt him Nanny Witch has the Regency couple dance like puppets on her string She transports them to a dangerous place for their honeymoon where they might not be able to keep their heads about them The unforgettable characters have new experiences but the wonderful essence of Darcy, Lizzy, Georgiana, Colonel Fitzwilliam, the Bingleys, and the disreputable pair, George and Lydia Wickham, is lovingly preserved.

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      Published :2019-01-10T16:59:03+00:00

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    1. This is a really, really, REALLY different variation well, actually sequel to Pride and Prejudice. Somehow it manages to incorporate elements of Alice in Wonderland, the movie Dirty Dancing and Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities into it. There's magic, time travel (both forward AND backward) and zapping to different geographical locations involved. Some time IS spent at Pemberley, and most of the major P&P characters appear. Some make only brief appearances, but others share in the strang [...]

    2. 3.5 stars rounded up to 4 starsThis was a wild readcorporating shades of several different stories as well as time traveling to both the future and the past. And the onus falls on NWNanny Witch from Darcy's childhood whose bed he put a frog and in the uproar caused her to lose her job. Her younger self uses a name from King Arthur's time. Darcy and Lizzy think that they are on their way to a honeymoon in Paris; traveling on their wedding day Darcy soon discovers his coach has been shanghaied and [...]

    3. If you are looking for a traditional, sane, sensible P&P what if move along there is nothing to see her. But if you delight, at least occasionally, in the silly, bizarre, absurd, nonsensical then you will want to read this book. Big, giant, monstrous, massive, gargantuan disclaimer: This is a book chock full of anachronisms they are everywhere. I didn't even bother counting them. Language, places, things they are all anachronistic. It is like a SCA convention so if you are a purist then you [...]

    4. Darcy and Elizabeth have just married and are on their way to their honeymoon destination. When reality shifts. It seems that Darcy is under a spell due to his mis-treatment of his Nanny (witch) as a child. Now his family and friends are in danger. Who, and how can the spell be broken as they are transported first into the future, then into the past.A strange variation but enjoyable.

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