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Really Angelic [Paperback]

Enid Wilson
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29 Dec 2009
PRIDE AND PREJUDICE WTIH A STEAMY PARANORMAL TWIST - In Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen mentioned angels several times. What if there were real angels inhabiting England then? In this spicy tale of Austen's historical novel, the romance of Fitzwilliam Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet takes on a bumpy paranormal twist. Challenged by the intervention of demons and deities, can our favourite couple find the strength to forge their love? Will Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth overcome pride as well as prejudice, and find each other? This steamy, emotional Pride and Prejudice retelling will take fans of the perennial favorite on an exhilarating journey that transcends dimensions. But be warned: this book is not suitable for Jane Austen purists. This is Enid Wilson's second Pride and Prejudice inspired Regency romance. Her previous work, Bargain with the Devil, has been ranked in the top 50 best-selling historical romances on Amazon USA. REVIEWS: 4 Blue Ribbons from Chris, Romance Junkies - "If I started reading REALLY ANGELIC with a well-manicured coif, freshly ironed clothes, and were primly sitting in my comfortable, leather arm chair, I came out of the read thrown on the floor, hair sexily tussled, a youthful rosy tinge to my cheeks, and a look of pure satisfaction that reached down from my eyes to the corners of my upturned lips. That’s what reading this story was like. Mr. Darcy is sometimes awkward, always aloof, and occasionally haughty; but he’s also insatiable and sexy and truth be told – a little bit dirty. And I liked it! Elizabeth is sharp, intelligent, and while part of her wants to stay proper, she enjoys being wanton. Now that’s an angel I could relate to and appreciate!" (March 2010) 5 Stars from Acquanetta Ferguson, San Diego Examiner - "This is the third book from Enid that I’ve reviewed and this one by far is the best of the lot. It is Pride and Prejudice, with the same characters and situations except for the angelic storyline and the eroticism. This is not your mother’s Jane Austen! Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet are hot together and come off as more believable characters than the original intended…" (01172010) 4 Cups of Coffee from Anya, Coffee Time Romance = Outstanding Great Read - "I enjoyed the characters and the “under the bed” scene is a new favorite. The period dialogue is well written and consistent throughout the book. The sex is very good."(Feb 2010) 5 Stars from Reading with Monie - "From the cover you can tell who's the angel but of course there's more than one. I won't share what kind or give hints as to who else may be. You'll just have to pick up your own copy and read all the juicy goodness for yourself and learn just how demonic Mr. Darcy can really be. I highly recommend this one for anyone who loves Pride and Prejudice..."

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  • Paperback: 198 pages
  • Publisher: Steamy D Publishing (29 Dec 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0980610524
  • ISBN-13: 978-0980610529
  • Product Dimensions: 21.6 x 14 x 1.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,567,591 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Paranormal Story. 26 Jan 2010
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Elizabeth in this story is an Angel and is Mr Darcy's Guardian Angel. Unknown to Elizabeth she had fallen from the heavens where Mrs Bennet had found her after the death of her own daughter Elizabeth. Both Mr and Mrs Bennet bring her up as a gentleman's daughter.

Michael who is the commissionaire for finding lost angels informs her of her duty to Mr Darcy and how to learn to fly etc. There are many funny instances as Elizabeth learns what she needs to do to help her ward. I found it to be a wonderful read a real page turner.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Ehhh...not quite 11 Mar 2010
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Not what I thought it would be. It moves and jumps into the story WAY too fast, and the details we're just kinda glazed over. Not a fan. REALLY felt like a cheap harlequin romance novel. No connection with the characters I love, just didn't match up.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Decent read 7 Mar 2010
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I thought this book was okay, but I think the only thing resembling Jane Austen's 'Pride and Prejudice' is the use of her character names and settings. I had a pretty hard time with Ms. Wilson treatment of the relationship between Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy, along with some of the things she did with Elizabeth.

There are definitely some scenes that will make many blush and the storyline was pretty predictable, but if you're just looking for a light read with the names of Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy included, you won't be too disappointed.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Not worth the price 20 Mar 2010
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This has to be one of the worst books I have EVER read! The only positive about it is that it was very short, and a quick read. I actually surprised myself by finishing it, since it was so bad. Talk about a cheap romance novel, with trashy scenes and ridiculus words to represent some of the sex scenes. I was expecting a new twist on the characters from Pride and Prejudice, but this was over the top, and hardly recognizable as Darcy and Elizabeth. Not only was the story bad, but the editing was non-existent. Are books no longer read by someone before they are published? It is amazing to me how badly our language is mis-used in so many current books, and this one was no exception. Bad grammar, bad spelling, bad name it, it was there.

My recommendation...DO NOT waste your money on this book. If you have any inclination to read it, go to the library.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Really silly but kind of fun 20 April 2010
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The plot of this novel (Elizabeth Bennet as Mr. Darcy's guardian angel) is pretty preposterous and the story itself really has very little to do with Pride and Prejudice other than some plot similarities and characters. I found the parts of the book that dealt with Lizzy's angelic heritage to be quite nonsensical, and there is quite a bit of gratuitous sexual content in this book as well.

But in spite of all that, I still found myself to be somewhat entertained and amused as I read it. It's very light and fluffy and downright comical at times (some of that is intentional and some not) and it reads more like a light romance novel than a serious Pride and Prejudice variation but it's definitely not the worst thing I've ever read.

Just know what you're getting into before you open the pages and try not to take it too seriously and you will hopefully find yourself more entertained than annoyed.
3.0 out of 5 stars a romp 1 Nov 2012
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This romp through heaven and hell bears a faint resemblance to Pride and Prejudice, very faint. The names of the characters will be familiar to Jane Austen fans, but their actions certainly will not be.
Elizabeth is an angel. Literally. She learns that she is guardian angel to Mr. Darcy and must do as he wishes while she watches over him.
Funny and cleverly written, this novella is fun to read, although a little heavy on sex for my taste. Also, I didn't know women went "commando" in those days.
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