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An unusual title but a very precise and accurate one. Most of the book was based upon Elizabeth, her family and her new family with Darcy.Wickham still expects Darcy to provide for him and hatches a devious plot to get rich quickly. Unfortunately he is unsuccessful as usual and the rogue is dealt with. A good moving story which I thoroughly enjoyed
Good concept. Agree Darcy was a little too bold. Elizabeth was a little too stiff. Yes it's an intimate inclusive read. I suppose I was always waiting for the bad bit...it happens but not too dragged out
In this story, Mr Darcy returns to Longbourn 3 months after the death of Mr Bennet. He had not seen Elizabeth since his proposal at Huntsford. The family are not starving in the hedgerows as Mrs Bennet inherited a house from her grandparents, however, Elizabeth feels duty bound to accept him.
I didn't really enjoy this book. Darcy is over bearing, bossy, arrogant and a bit of a bully. He's sulky, jealous and moody. Elizabeth isn't also particularly likeable. Her feelings towards him change when they start having a physical relationship which seemed a bit shallow to me. There is a lot of sex in this book, which is not to everyone's taste and in my opinion was at the expense of substance. There are a lot of typing errors and elements of modern language that are distracting. Jane's relationship (or lack of) with Mr Bingley is mentioned but only in passing, finally resolved in a sentence in the Epilogue.
This book is an easy read and, without challenging some of the less developed ideas is okay. It's not one I'd read again.
To stay I loved this book is an understatement. I loved the way it is written and I would add that the author is well back to her earlier good form, as I enjoyed all of her earlier books. I loved it so much I will forgive the few Americanisms. Candy indeed!
A nice story, but there are a few things not good. A bit more proof-reading is required, and the sex scenes are completely not necessary. Also, the ending is rushed, so we never find out what decision one of the important characters make. It's a shame.
Nice story. Mr Darcy is a bit too confident, but I found I liked him this way. Some stories are so full of misunderstandings that they give me headaches! I found it very entertaining despite of some loose ends.