It Started with a Kiss: A Pride and Prejudice Variation

It Started with a Kiss A Pride and Prejudice Variation The second half of Pride and Prejudice progresses much differently after Mr Darcy leaves Elizabeth with no doubt as to his continued affection upon finding her touring his beloved Pemberley When Darcy

  • Title: It Started with a Kiss: A Pride and Prejudice Variation
  • Author: Beth Wood
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 369
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The second half of Pride and Prejudice progresses much differently after Mr Darcy leaves Elizabeth with no doubt as to his continued affection upon finding her touring his beloved Pemberley When Darcy finds Elizabeth touring the park around Pemberley, he assumes he is still in the grips of one of his dreams, and acts accordingly It quickly becomes apparent that he is miThe second half of Pride and Prejudice progresses much differently after Mr Darcy leaves Elizabeth with no doubt as to his continued affection upon finding her touring his beloved Pemberley When Darcy finds Elizabeth touring the park around Pemberley, he assumes he is still in the grips of one of his dreams, and acts accordingly It quickly becomes apparent that he is mistaken.

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    1. “…to sleep, perchance to dream – ay, there’s the rub, for in this sleep of death what dreams may come…” ShakespeareYes, Darcy had dreams. And the dreams of Elizabeth being his wife, were crushed at Huntsford Parsonage. Those dreams, once precious, then became his worst nightmare. Every night he was subjected to just what his behavior had cost him as she came to him while he slept and then left with the morning sun. This was a delightful story of what happens when the mist between our [...]

    2. What a reunion!!It Started a With a Kiss is a sweet and romantic reunion story starting where Mr Darcy arrives at Pemberley while Elizabeth and the Gardiners were touring the grounds. After the refusal in Hunsford, Mr Darcy has seen Elizabeth everywhere by day and she haunts his dreams at night, so when Mr Darcy sees Elizabeth walking towards him on the grounds at Pemberley, he believes he's dreaming and does what he would do in his dream Elizabeth passionately. But when she calls him Mr Darcy h [...]

    3. 3.5 stars from me. I found this to be an easy and quick read, yet somewhat hard to believe. Darcy "accidentally" kissing Elizabeth when she visits Pemberley seemed a bit far fetched for me. But the rest was cute and offered a diverting enough read for an hour.

    4. 3.5 starsOK, we have another compromise situation. But in this case it is not because Mrs. Bennet walked in on them while Darcy was whispering in Elizabeth's ear. Nor is it a situation where Mr. Bennet has died and Darcy offers to provide for the family financially IF Elizabeth will agree to marry him. Furthermore it is not one in which Darcy offers for Elizabeth to cover up Georgiana's actions at Ramsgate.This is a situation in which Darcy CANNOT get Elizabeth out of his head nor his dreams aft [...]

    5. 3.5 StarsThis is a light but charming quick read with little angst. Mr. Darcy has been refused by Elizabeth at the parsonage in Hunsford and ever since, he cannot stop dreaming about her! When he arrives at Pemberley before his guests, his thoughts are consumed with her. Not realizing she is there with her Aunt and Uncle Gardiner, he sees her. He believes he is still day-dreaming and reacts without thinkingd so the story unfolds. If you are looking for a short, sweet read about Darcy and Elizabe [...]

    6. It Started with a Kiss: A Pride and Prejudice VariationDelightful story. Yes, unfortunately Hunsford happened. Darcy was so enamoured by the dreams he had over Elizabeth, that when he saw her touring Pemberley, he grab her and kissed her in front of her Aunt and Uncle Gardiner not to mention quite a few of his servants. When talking with Elizabeth's Uncle, Darcy told about their entire relationship. Her uncle wrote to his brother-in-law, and Mr. Bennet decides to not give his permission or bless [...]

    7. Not very believable, but it had its cute moments and a Jane with a backbone. Go Jane! I wish however that someone had read it over one more time. English is not my first language, so usually I'm not commenting on this kind of things, but it became really distracting. For example: (page 8) 'It is hard for me to realize just how badly I misjudged you. After reading your letter I realized you were not the man that I thought you were. Now, I realize you are even more kind and caring than I realized. [...]

    8. Avid ReaderThis is my second reading of this book. It is a always interesting to see what you missed during the first reading. After Wickham insulted Elizabeth, Darcy broke his nose with one punch. Wickham had never experienced this side of Darcy, so he stayed away from Darcy for the rest of his and Lydia 's visit. Second reading was more enjoyable.

    9. A sweet storyHe thinks he's dreaming when he kisses her. When he realizes he isn't he does everything in his power to make sure that she is happy to marry him.A very enjoyable read.

    10. This is a short book that is just a roller coaster ride. It starts at Pemberley when a tired, dirty Darcy sees Elizabeth Bennet and having dreamed of her greeting him upon his return sweeps her into a passionate embrace before her relatives and his staff. Stunned that she is really there he quickly converts his faux pas into an engagement with a proper loving proposal. But as we all know there is a big drop around the corner when Lydia's folly is exposed but this book leaves neither you nor Lizz [...]

    11. As Eizabeth Bennet is touring Pemberley with the Gardiners, Darcy arrives, and still thinking that he is dreaming, as he has been dreaming of Elizabeth all these months, he approaches her and kisses her in front of the staff and the Gardiners. Obviously they must marry. So the Darcys' are with her soon after Elizabeth receives Jane's letter concerning Lydia at the Lambton Inn. An enjoyable and quick read, with enough variations from the original to keep my interest, though I could have dealt wit [...]

    12. So, in the grand scheme of things, this was a cute P&P variation. However, I cannot suspend enough belief to think this scenario is in anyway a possibility given a passing knowledge of these characters. I'm sure I'll read it again since it's a quick hour or so long read and fun. But, it's definitely not an amazing variation - much better ones exist.

    13. Very cuteI enjoyed this story. It was very sweet but had the right amount on Tension to make it interesting to read.

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