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A Lie Universally Hidden by [Schroeder, Anngela]
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About the Author

Anngela Schroeder has a degree in English with a concentration in British Literature and a Masters in Education. She loves to travel, bake, and watch college football with her husband of 16 years and 3 rambunctious sons. Her goal in life is to make not only her children, but also her students feel that they are loved, and to bring magic into everyone's world. Her weaknesses are yellow cake with chocolate frosting, French bread with real butter, and her father's Arabic food, namely grape leaves, and falafel. She live in California where she dreams of Disney adventures and trips across the pond.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1548 KB
  • Print Length: 406 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01NBQHOL6
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #72,161 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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A totally new take on the timeless love story, where both are tied to another without love. Lady Catherine is more devious than before but the truth will be revealed and all lies denied. Mrs Bennet is her own worst enemy and suffers because of it. Kitty is the most remarkable character in this tale.
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Well worth 5 stars! A wonderfully romantic book which made me wonder if it would ever get the happy ending. Interference by a number of people is sometimes good, sometimes bad. I couldn't put it down and would thoroughly recommend it to lovers of P&P variations.
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4.5 stars
Darcy goes to Netherfield with his sister Georgiana just after his sister spent a short holiday in Ramsgate. They are a happy pair who meet the Bennet family but separately. Darcy goes with Bingley to Longbourn and has the “pleasure” of meeting Mr. and Mrs. Bennet as well as their three younger sisters. He is shocked, however this time his “haughty” manners are actually helpful, a new Catherine Bennet will appear and I must say that I really like her. On the other hand, Georgiana Darcy encounters Elizabeth Bennet when she is with Miss Bingley. Georgiana is amazed with Elizabeth’s lively manners and her ease of treating respectfully Miss Bingley when she is being slyly rude to her.
After both interactions, both Darcy and Elizabeth are thankful to each other even when they have not met.
When they met, friendship grows very quickly. We even have the appearance of the baddie per excellence: Mr. Wickham… seriously, he is very vexatious and sometimes I would prefer him not to be in some stories. However… at the end he has what he deserves after some mischief!! (just one detail: Bravo Lydia!, not as silly as usual)

Well, back to our pair of friends… both know that they are marrying someone else. Elizabeth is on the brink of being proposed and as you know, Darcy is engaged to Anne.

Nevertheless we are lucky to read beautiful moments between them where romance appears but obviously propriety is present. Their encounter at Ashby Park is very entertaining as well as their night out in Pemberley. Yes, Pemberley, Elizabeth and Kitty go with them. Kitty or Miss Catherine became best friends with Georgina Darcy and they are inseparable, going first to London and later on to Pemberley, but Elizabeth is always included.
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It is a truth universal acknowledged that an important letter that goes missing at the start of Act 1 of a story will turn up by the end of Act 4.

This Darcy is a fool. He decides to follow the advice, apparently from his mother, to the complete exclusion of all else, so I don't have a lot of sympathy for him. The author takes a long time in progressing the book to its natural conclusion.

I did like the character of Kitty, who undergoes an early transformation and makes a major contribution. However, be prepared for a big read.
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I. enjoyed this book very much and certainly didn't find it 'overly long' as one reviewer did. As another pointed out, Darcy was irritatingly slow to choose his own happiness over his perceived duty but surely that's how the author sees him in her head for the purpose of this story so it's not up to us to change him. My own pet irritation was a factual one and if it had only been mentioned once I'd have let it go BUT it was mentioned over and over and each time I got more and more annoyed! The song 'Rose of Tralee' wasn't written until around 1850, maybe a little earlier, but there was no way Darcy's mother (or Elizabeth ) could have sung it to him. Apart from this small criticism I thought the story was well written, credible and very few typos. I would definitely recommend it and put it amongst the better JAFF stories
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This was quiet a clever well written take. I really enjoy it when authors focus on Elizabeth and Darcy. Couldn't put it down.
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