A Death at Rosings: A Pride & Prejudice Variation

A Death at Rosings A Pride Prejudice Variation The world of Rosings is turned on its head with the sudden death of Lady Catherine de Bourgh Not yet up to the challenge of managing the estate on her own Anne de Bourgh enlists the aid of Elizabeth

  • Title: A Death at Rosings: A Pride & Prejudice Variation
  • Author: Renata McMann Summer Hanford
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 129
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The world of Rosings is turned on its head with the sudden death of Lady Catherine de Bourgh Not yet up to the challenge of managing the estate on her own, Anne de Bourgh enlists the aid of Elizabeth Bennet, who is staying with her cousin Mr Collins at the time Elizabeth is capable, intelligent and quick thinking enough to help Anne manage Rosings, but is she ready forThe world of Rosings is turned on its head with the sudden death of Lady Catherine de Bourgh Not yet up to the challenge of managing the estate on her own, Anne de Bourgh enlists the aid of Elizabeth Bennet, who is staying with her cousin Mr Collins at the time Elizabeth is capable, intelligent and quick thinking enough to help Anne manage Rosings, but is she ready for the challenge of Mr Darcy s return to Kent With his rebuked proposal, his letter and her knowledge that she misjudged him between them, can Elizabeth set her own feelings aside to help save Anne de Bourgh s estate This Pride and Prejudice variation novella is approximately 60,000 words in length.

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    1. “Ding Dong! The Witch is dead. Which old Witch? The Wicked Witch? Ding Dong! The Wicked Witch is dead.” 1939 film The Wizard of Oz, composed by Harold Arlen, with lyrics written by E. Y. Harburg [] 3.5-starsThis was not so much the story of Lady Catherine’s death, but of what she left behind. She was such a presence at Rosings and was so controlling that her absence left a tremendous void or a vacuum that needed to be filled. Anne was not up to it and asked Elizabeth to assist her with the [...]

    2. Such an interesting twist!!What can I say but another home run for Ms McMann!!! I was glued, as much as I could be between my patients, to this book. This is such a unique and interesting twist to the P&P plot that it captured my attention. Okay, in A Death at Rosings, we start at the point after the ill-advised proposal and Darcy and Colonel Fitzwilliam have left. The Collinses, Miss Lucas and Elizabeth are over at Rosings for tea/dinner, when the unthinkable happensLady Cat dies!!! Everyth [...]

    3. Loved it! Want a sequel.Reread: Yes, what ever happened with Mary? And I would love to see what happens with Mrs Pratt.

    4. This is another UNIQUE P&P variation. Starting at Rosings in the days following Mr. Darcy's failed proposal and letter delivery; Lizzy is struggling to come to terms with the feeling Mr. Darcy has for her. During a dinner at Rosings, Lady Catherine falls ill. To the surprise of all she dies; leaving Anne deBourgh to find her way in the world. Anne asks Elizabeth to stay and help her transition to the Mistress of Rosings. With some trepedation, Lizzy agrees.Dacy & Col. Fitzwilliam return [...]

    5. Thrown together at Rosings after lady Catherines unexpected death, Elizabeth sees a new side of Darcy. Elizabeth proves she would make an excellent mistress of an estate and we see a new side to Kitty too. I love Darcy in this novel! We also find out more about Darcy's feelings towards Bingley and Jane.Last chapter made me laugh - love the sparing of Darcy and Elizabeth!

    6. This was a pleasant read with very little angstrather a re-writing of how ODC might have finally worked through all their misunderstandings after being thrown into each other's company for an extended period of time after that disastrous "Hunsford Proposal".As we are informed in the book description: Lady Catherine has died. Darcy and the Colonel have left BUT they must return when they learn of that event. When the Colonel’s own father has an accident Colonel Fitzwilliam, must again leave Ros [...]

    7. Rounding up to 4 stars from a real rating of 3 1/2 stars.In this variation of Pride and Prejudice we have reached the time where Mr. Darcy has proposed to Elizabeth and been rejected. He has left the letter for her and departed from Rosings. Now comes the variation. When Mr. and Mrs. Collins, Elizabeth and Maria Lucas are invited to Rosings after Darcy and the Colonel have left, Lady Catherine becomes quite ill. In fact, she dies. Thus, the gentlemen return to Rosings to assist their cousin Miss [...]

    8. A great new twist for our beloved charactersThis was a great new original twist on this timeless love story. Only thing lacking was Caroline Bingleys meddling, but she wasn't really missed. Everyone has a happy ending. Well, everyone that deserves one.

    9. In reality, I would give this book a 3.7 or 3.8, mainly because much of what occurs in Anne deBourgh's life after Lady Catherine's demise would be difficult for a woman of the Regency to achieve, considering women held VERY FEW rights. I also object to this pair's use of split infinitives. I know they do not bother others, but they do drive me a bit crazy: to ever feel, to actually do, to slowly improve, to simply be, to somehow keep, to not wanting, to carefully consider, to still be angry, to [...]

    10. Not long after Darcy and the Colonel have left Rosings, they return on the death of Lady Catherine de Bourgh. Anne asks that Elizabeth stay at Rosings, as her friend, and to help her in the trying next few months. An enjoyable variation which thankfully did not just revolve around Darcy and Elizabeth, apart from Anne de Bourgh there were tales of Kitty and Lydia.

    11. EnjoyableLess angst than expected given the title. An enjoyable read, well written. Different resolution for the three younger sisters than most variations.

    12. Read in one sitting. Very enjoyable. Full review soon!Rating 3.5 stars This would be the definition of inhale reading. Coming in just under 200 pages I sat down to read this story and didn't get up until I was done a couple of hours later. The story is fast paced and an easy engaging read. I really enjoyed it.The concept may seem odd, but many of the characters balk at Anne's request just like I did. Through the story Anne's character blooms a little more, but many of the other characters remain [...]

    13. While the concept is a bit far-fetched for me (that Anne would enlist Elizabeth to help manage Rosings, particularly when they've rarely spoken prior), the overall execution and story was enjoyable. I liked that Elizabeth and Darcy didn't immediately resolve their differences just by being in close proximity, even though it was obvious they were both trying. I liked that Bingley got to show some initiative. The resolution of the Wickham storyline was perhaps a bit too neat, but it did go rather [...]

    14. Yet another triumph from Ms McMann. Despite the death of Lady Catherine, this is quite a jolly story which often made me smile, culminating in the penultimate chapter where Darcy 'persuades' Bingley it is time to declare himself to Jane.

    15. Nice plotEnjoyed Anne's character development. No real angst as Wickham gets just deserts quickly. Enjoyed kitty's friendship with Ann. Good read.

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