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This is not new It has a new cover and the copyright is different It was a 5 star book and still is. I had to stay up last night until one in the morning to finish this book I absolutely loved it I have always been nervous about reading a sequel what if story to my favourite novel Pride and Prejudice, but I am so glad that I did The story was amazing It was so clever how it all linked in different ways to the original story I kept thinking Oh this is like what happened to Jane, but its happeneing to Lizzy or such like How the different quotes from the novel, film and series were i I had to stay up last night until one in the morning to finish this book I absolutely loved it I have always been nervous about reading a sequel what if story to my favourite novel Pride and Prejudice, but I am so glad that I did The story was amazing It was so clever how it all linked in different ways to the original story I kept thinking Oh this is like what happened to Jane, but its happeneing to Lizzy or such like How the different quotes from the novel, film and series were incorporated was very clever Seeing the use of it is tolerable but not handsome enough to tempt me in a completely different sense was great and many other similar examples One of my favourite scenes was how the classic verbal sword fight between Lady Catherine and Lizzy changed to between Lady Catherine and Darcy That was fun to read But, my favourite thing of all had to be Darcy It was great to see the charming, playful and caring side to him so much quicker than you do in the original novel The conversations between Darcy and Lizzy were great to read so funny and playful, and quite flirtatious at times It made me smile every time they were with each other I really have fallen for Mr Darcy all over again KaraLynne Mackrory s Falling for Mr Darcy is now one of my favourites Mr Darcy is exceedingly charming and playful, Mr Bennet isloving, and Jane even has some of Elizabeth s wit Being so close, I always thought a little of Elizabeth s sassiness should have rubbed off on her sister I truly love my beloved characters evenafter reading Falling for Mr Darcy I caught myself giggling repeatedly and I even cried once, which is a first while reading this genre The author interpret KaraLynne Mackrory s Falling for Mr Darcy is now one of my favourites Mr Darcy is exceedingly charming and playful, Mr Bennet isloving, and Jane even has some of Elizabeth s wit Being so close, I always thought a little of Elizabeth s sassiness should have rubbed off on her sister I truly love my beloved characters evenafter reading Falling for Mr Darcy I caught myself giggling repeatedly and I even cried once, which is a first while reading this genre The author interpreted these characters as I would and gave me everything I could have asked for and I wouldn t change anything in the original P P by Jane Austen I d be crucified if I even thought about itLOL Having said that I am always happy when I read changes in JAFF that many readers say they could have seen aslogical events, i.e., Mr Collins marrying Mary and Darcy relating his past with Wickham while in Meryton in order to protect not only the Bennets but also the entire community.I am a romantic and I like to read what is going on in our players heads In the canon we d I wouldn t change anything in the original PP by Jane Austen I d be crucified if I even thought about itLOL Having said that I am always happy when I read changes in JAFF that many readers say they could have seen aslogical events, i.e., Mr Collins marrying Mary and Darcy relating his past with Wickham while in Meryton in order to protect not only the Bennets but also the entire community.I am a romantic and I like to read what is going on in our players heads In the canon we don t read about what Darcy is thinking So, although we know Elizabeth hates Darcy due to his behavior and his words both at the assembly and at Netherfield while she is tending Jane, we only gets hints about what he feels towards Elizabeth and very few at that So this story picks up after those two scenes and we are all inside his and her thoughts I found this one first scene delicious she is on horseback as she can t walk but expresses fears about such We learn why later So he climbs up and holds her the scents, the touches, the closeness, the conversation and the effects on both oh, sigh As we continue on I really liked the back and forth by both as, he she loves me, he she loves me not goes on and on We hear muchof this from Elizabeth than in canon but we also hear what we only knew in looking back from Hunsford about what Darcy is struggling with in his attraction to her and concerning the acceptability of such from his family s and the ton s viewpoint Yes, Col Fitzwilliam uses his wit and insight to help many times and that struggle is one thing he addresses.The author was very clever in how she managed to redirect Collins attentions in her script I LOVED Mr Bennet in this adaption my favorite Mr B , loved his relationship with Lizzy, his wisdom in stewardship and his developing relationship with Darcy His best words of advice to Elizabeth, Give it time, have patience What a surprise in his meeting with Jane and Bingley after Bingley proposes Yes, this author does as many have in putting words from canon into other players mouths and under different circumstances well done Good imagination used here.I had no problem visualizing the scenes in my head or using my senses to experience certain things , i.e., Caroline s perfume, Lady C s sick room, the lemon smell of Darcy, etc I found it quite funny when Darcy is peeking between bonnets and eavesdropping on Georgiana and Lizzy while in the Milliner s shop Wife shopping indeed I agree with others who state that Elizabeth never did get her explanation as to why Darcy left Netherfield without so much as a farewell when things seemed to be going so well between them Can t blame her for her doubts here and her regretting that she allowed herself to feel something for him.I do like what happened to Wickham Jane Austen let him off too easily and the fact that he compromised the daughters of most, if not all, the shopkeepers in Meryton and probably elsewhere plus left debts with shopkeepers and gambling debts with friends and acquaintances plus his dealings with Georgiana and his snookering of Darcy, Sr., Darcy having to pay all those debts off, etc and Darcy seeing his own father grant to Wickham favors when Darcy knew the real Wickham No, I find I like the fate he received in this book Jane Austen s treatment of Wickham worked for her plot as Elizabeth had to learn of how he saved Lydia, but in this story this author is justified with her fate for him.And I had tears in my eyesthan once I found this book to be a page turner and will read it again in the future I like this author and look forward to readingfrom her ( DOWNLOAD E-PUB ) ⚇ Falling for Mr. Darcy ⚔ In this Regency adaptation of Jane Austen s beloved Pride and Prejudice, the simple truth is proven that sometimes a gentleman never knows his heart until a lady comes along to introduce it to him When Mr Darcy encounters Elizabeth Bennet injured after a fall, his concern for her welfare cracks the shell of his carefully guarded heart and a charming man emerges Elizabeth sees an appealing side of him she never believed possible from the stoic, proud master of Pemberley They find the simple gentlemanly act of assisting her home will best both Mr Darcy s resolve to keep his heart safe and Elizabeth s conviction that this is the last man on earth she might have ever been prevailed upon to marry Soon, falling for Mr Darcy becomes a real possibility After a bad fall, Elizabeth sprains her ankle and cannot walk back home alone Luckily for her, Mr Darcy is there to help her This unexpected encounter will give them both the opportunity to see new sides of their nature, and perhaps their love will blossom with neither pride nor prejudice.This was my first book by KaraLynne Mackrory and I was not at all displeased Ms Mackrory really knows how to intrigue her readers by using the right words at the right time We are given the chance to see After a bad fall, Elizabeth sprains her ankle and cannot walk back home alone Luckily for her, Mr Darcy is there to help her This unexpected encounter will give them both the opportunity to see new sides of their nature, and perhaps their love will blossom with neither pride nor prejudice.This was my first book by KaraLynne Mackrory and I was not at all displeased Ms Mackrory really knows how to intrigue her readers by using the right words at the right time We are given the chance to see a new, charming version of Mr Fitzwilliam Darcy of Pemberley, and a lively, very similar to the original, Elizabeth Bennet.One of the things I appreciated most was the affection that the two protagonists have towards some of the minor characters I loved the relationship between Elizabeth and her father, and her chats with her aunt Gardiner, who is like a mother to Lizzy But, most of all, I loved the relationship between Darcy and his cousin, Colonel Fitzwilliam He is so jovial and fun I had a great time reading his conversations with Darcy I am looking forward to reading a variation, sequel, prequel anything will work for me where I can see him as a main character He is great Really One of my favourite among Austen characters, and when I come across a book with him I am very happy, especially when he is described so well I liked a lot the characters descriptions Miss Bingley and Mr Collins features are beautifully written and it was like being there, right in front of them when they arrive on the scene I loved seeing the expressions of the other people s faces while they were trying not to laugh out loud before Mr Collins and his particular behaviour, and I definitely loved Darcy s contempt every time Caroline Bingley came next to him with her disgusting perfume I can tell I smelt that, too As for the villains yes, we have two villains here , I am not sure about them I liked the tension they brought into the story, but some of Wickham s actions and Lady Catherine s plan to make Darcy do what she wanted were a tad extreme Particularly, I did not like that much Wickham s behaviour in one scene which involves Elizabeth, too.The only thing I missed was a littlepride in Darcy s nature We are used to see him very proud, brooding, almost sulky sometimes In this story he isagreeable and smiling Not that I am complaining, because I loved this Darcy he is quite dashing , but pride is his distinctive feature so I would have loved to seeof it Perhaps the reason why he is so pleasing is connected to the fact that he almost immediately falls in love with Elizabeth However, I missed his icy look of disapproval when he happened to be in the same room with the Bennet family.Despite my quibbles, I had a lovely time reading this book and I highly recommend it, especially to those of you who would love to see Darcy s smilethan once Believe me, it is very easy to imagine it through Ms Mackrory s beautiful words Swoonworthy RomanceKaraLynne Mackrory is the queen of romance Masterfully written book with clever banter that made me laugh and deliciously emotional moments that made my eyes go mysteriously moistThe aftermath of a fall made Darcy aware of his feelings while Elizabeth realised her error of judgement, much sooner than canon It did not make their journey to love run smooth thoughTwists to Mr Collins and Mr Wickham stories added suspense and very satisfying resolutions.Heartily recommend Swoonworthy RomanceKaraLynne Mackrory is the queen of romance Masterfully written book with clever banter that made me laugh and deliciously emotional moments that made my eyes go mysteriously moistThe aftermath of a fall made Darcy aware of his feelings while Elizabeth realised her error of judgement, much sooner than canon It did not make their journey to love run smooth thoughTwists to Mr Collins and Mr Wickham stories added suspense and very satisfying resolutions.Heartily recommend this book Rated Chaste This is just a glorious book This is a fun, lighthearted, P P variation.After over four years from my initial reading the details of this story had escaped me This is a low angst, time compressed, P P variation that has Darcy recognizing how much he loves Lizzy before the Netherfield Ball and she definitely doesn t hate him by the end of their dance Mr Collins married Mary, at Darcy s suggestion Mr Bennet has a secret about his perceived indolence Jane and Bingley are quickly engaged An This is just a glorious book This is a fun, lighthearted, P P variation.After over four years from my initial reading the details of this story had escaped me This is a low angst, time compressed, PP variation that has Darcy recognizing how much he loves Lizzy before the Netherfield Ball and she definitely doesn t hate him by the end of their dance Mr Collins married Mary, at Darcy s suggestion Mr Bennet has a secret about his perceived indolence Jane and Bingley are quickly engaged And Lizzy and Darcy are quick behind them Lady Catherine reaches a new low in sneakiness and Caroline gets a handful of comeuppance I wouldn t change anything in the original P P by Jane Austen I d be crucified if I even thought about itLOL Having said that I am always happy when I read changes in JAFF that many readers say they could have seen aslogical events, i.e., Mr Collins marrying Mary and Darcy relating his past with Wickham while in Meryton in order to protect not only the Bennets but also the entire community.I am a romantic and I like to read what is going on in our players heads In the canon we d I wouldn t change anything in the original PP by Jane Austen I d be crucified if I even thought about itLOL Having said that I am always happy when I read changes in JAFF that many readers say they could have seen aslogical events, i.e., Mr Collins marrying Mary and Darcy relating his past with Wickham while in Meryton in order to protect not only the Bennets but also the entire community.I am a romantic and I like to read what is going on in our players heads In the canon we don t read about what Darcy is thinking So, although we know Elizabeth hates Darcy due to his behavior and his words both at the assembly and at Netherfield while she is tending Jane, we only gets hints about what he feels towards Elizabeth and very few at that So this story picks up after those two scenes and we are all inside his and her thoughts I found this one first scene delicious she is on horseback as she can t walk but expresses fears about such We learn why later So he climbs up and holds her the scents, the touches, the closeness, the conversation and the effects on both oh, sigh As we continue on I really liked the back and forth by both as, he she loves me, he she loves me not goes on and on We hear muchof this from Elizabeth than in canon but we also hear what we only knew in looking back from Hunsford about what Darcy is struggling with in his attraction to her and concerning the acceptability of such from his family s and the ton s viewpoint Yes, Col Fitzwilliam uses his wit and insight to help many times and that struggle is one thing he addresses.The author was very clever in how she managed to redirect Collins attentions in her script I LOVED Mr Bennet in this adaption my favorite Mr B , loved his relationship with Lizzy, his wisdom in stewardship and his developing relationship with Darcy His best words of advice to Elizabeth, Give it time, have patience What a surprise in his meeting with Jane and Bingley after Bingley proposes Yes, this author does as many have in putting words from canon into other players mouths and under different circumstances well done Good imagination used here.I had no problem visualizing the scenes in my head or using my senses to experience certain things , i.e., Caroline s perfume, Lady C s sick room, the lemon smell of Darcy, etc I found it quite funny when Darcy is peeking between bonnets and eavesdropping on Georgiana and Lizzy while in the Milliner s shop Wife shopping indeed I agree with others who state that Elizabeth never did get her explanation as to why Darcy left Netherfield without so much as a farewell when things seemed to be going so well between them Can t blame her for her doubts here and her regretting that she allowed herself to feel something for him.I do like what happened to Wickham Jane Austen let him off too easily and the fact that he compromised the daughters of most, if not all, the shopkeepers in Meryton and probably elsewhere plus left debts with shopkeepers and gambling debts with friends and acquaintances plus his dealings with Georgiana and his snookering of Darcy, Sr., Darcy having to pay all those debts off, etc and Darcy seeing his own father grant to Wickham favors when Darcy knew the real Wickham No, I find I like the fate he received in this book Jane Austen s treatment of Wickham worked for her plot as Elizabeth had to learn of how he saved Lydia, but in this story this author is justified with her fate for him.And I had tears in my eyesthan once I found this book to be a page turner and will read it again in the future I like this author and look forward to readingfrom her Delightful, funny, charming, suspenseful, amazing, can t put it down bookWhat a delightful book I simply could not put down Mackrory took our beloved P P love story and characters shook them up a bit and recreated a story that was simply amazing.This book will take you by surprise as Mackrory weaves our characters in different ways than canon The juxtaposition of conversations and situations to what we are accustomed to was so intriguing and yet it worked so well while maintaining the integri Delightful, funny, charming, suspenseful, amazing, can t put it down bookWhat a delightful book I simply could not put down Mackrory took our beloved PP love story and characters shook them up a bit and recreated a story that was simply amazing.This book will take you by surprise as Mackrory weaves our characters in different ways than canon The juxtaposition of conversations and situations to what we are accustomed to was so intriguing and yet it worked so well while maintaining the integrity of the story line It was so strange to see favorite dialog flipped in its delivery from one person to another It was funny to see characters switch places as circumstances changed In many cases you will be surprised at who delivers a favorite line, and who winds up where The characters we love to dislike Mackrory created a caricature version of each of the characters that we love to dislike The sensory descriptions of Caroline Bingley and Mr Collins were hilarious Their exaggerated attributes were a scream At the Netherfield Ball, Darcy plays Collins like a finely tuned violin so creative Lady Catherine s antics were unbelievable in her manipulations and attempts to control Darcy You simply won t believe it Mr Wickham was simply evil and earthier than in canon At least in PP he was portrayed as a gentleman In this version, the veneer has chipped away and he was simply disgusting, his language and demeanor coarse and crude His hatred of Darcy and all that he held dear became an obsession as he gave force to his hatred It was scary watching his maniacal mind work as he reached out to taint and destroy Darcy s peace of mind However, he forgot one important aspect in Darcy s life his cousin Colonel Fitzwilliam NO ONE is better at maneuvers and strategy and Wickham soon found that out I see this version as a redo on those points in PP where things went wrong and we now have a chance to change them Example What if Bingley doesn t abandon Jane What if it is Darcy that leaves Netherfield without notice What if it is Elizabeth that is left feeling confused and disappointed What if it is she that goes to London instead What if Mr Bennet had been able to manage his affairs What if Darcy warns Meryton and Colonel Forster regarding Wickham What would life be like then The drama and storyline was so amazing and creative that you are left with your mouth open in astonishment A few of the situations have been tried before and still worked However, many scenarios I have never seen in JAFF They were so exciting and I loved watching them evolve on the page I simply adored Colonel Fitzwilliam Once again he and his men were ready for the rescue Love that guy We were given a brief glimpse of his family, his father and mother, the Earl and Lady Matlock Georgiana was cute and played a minor role When ODC were together it was so well written Their budding romance was like a slow dance, a romantic interlude that was full of sensory expressions that left the reader sighing and wantingI especially enjoyed their dancing There was a romantic nod to the movie, where they danced in an empty room that will make you swoon In fact, there were many nods to the different movie versions via dialogue, expressions, gestures, and mannerisms It was fun running into them in the content of the text They were always such a surprise The scenes with Elizabeth and her father were so touching their relationship was so special Your heart simply melts then they are together I will admit that I teared up Loved loved loved this book