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Mr Darcy Likes It Wild: A Pride and Prejudice Dive&hellip by Beth Massey
1.0 out of 5 stars Tood bad to describe, 24 Mar 2014
This book is so bad I don't even know where to start. To be honest, I could only read 50% of the book. I could not bear to read even one more page.
The storyline is absurd, ridiculous and extremly and totally unbelievable. The dialogues are incredibly bad, childish and disturbing. The characters are not even close to anything I've even seen. They seem to burst in anger every minute withouth any apparent reason. Maybe the author believed Darcy and Lizzy need to be arguing with one another the entire time just to make it work. I have nothing against a little conflict, or even plenty of conflict as long as it makes some sense. As long as there at least a reason in any point of view, but… Read more
Dreams and Expectations by Wendi Sotis
Dreams and Expectations by Wendi Sotis
Dreams and Expectations is not an easy book to review and it's not easy to say if someone will like this book or not.
P&P purists might think the book goes through a completely different path than the original story and one might say they would not like it, but I usually do not like these kind of books and I did enjoyed Dreams and Expectations after a certain point. Wendi Sotis is able to create a connection between Darcy and Elizabeth that is captivating.

The book starts with Mr. Darcy apologising to Elizabeth about the "tolerable" remark, and they form a friendship from that moment on. After that, the story follows the same path as the original book, but there is… Read more
Pirates and Prejudice by Kara Louise
Pirates and Prejudice by Kara Louise
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Kara Louise is one of my favorite authors but this storyline appeared to be too weird for me. Fortunately I read another review that gave me the courage to read it and I do not regret it. It's a great book!

The story is indeed very different and difficult to believe in the beginning, however, as we continue to read, it becomes more believable.

For me 2 main premises seamed strange before I read the book, the way the author wrote them was actually believable.

First - Mr. Darcy portraying a pirate? Yes, it sounds strange, but the book explains how this could happen very well, and it is actually charming. It is not that strange as it might appear if you have… Read more

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