Yours Forevermore, Darcy

Yours Forevermore Darcy From Award winning Author KaraLynne Mackrory Mr Fitzwilliam Darcy has a secret The letter he presents to Miss Elizabeth Bennet after his ghastly proposal is not the only epistle he has written her In

  • Title: Yours Forevermore, Darcy
  • Author: KaraLynne Mackrory
  • ISBN: 9781681310008
  • Page: 186
  • Format: Paperback
  • From Award winning Author KaraLynne Mackrory Mr Fitzwilliam Darcy has a secret The letter he presents to Miss Elizabeth Bennet after his ghastly proposal is not the only epistle he has written her In this tale of longing, misadventure, and love readapted from Jane Austen s dearly loved Pride Prejudice our hero finds a powerful way of coping with his attraction toFrom Award winning Author KaraLynne Mackrory Mr Fitzwilliam Darcy has a secret The letter he presents to Miss Elizabeth Bennet after his ghastly proposal is not the only epistle he has written her In this tale of longing, misadventure, and love readapted from Jane Austen s dearly loved Pride Prejudice our hero finds a powerful way of coping with his attraction to Miss Bennet He writes her unsent letters The misguided suitor has declared himself, and Elizabeth Bennet has refused him, most painfully Without intending for these letters to become known to another soul, Mr Darcy relies on his secret for coping once again However, these letters, should they fall into the wrong hands, could create untold scandal, embarrassment, and possibly heartbreak But what happens if they fall into the right hands

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    1. There are many avenues one can take to love, but I confess that one that I enjoy is when a romance involves correspondence. The pen can sometimes say more clearly what the lips cannot. I eagerly picked up this Pride & Prejudice variation as a result. What if Mr. Darcy put all his thoughts on Elizabeth into secret letters that he never planned to mail? And what would happen if she somehow received them?Oh yes, I certainly wanted to find out.The story opens two months after Hunsford, but then [...]

    2. Janeites, purists, JAFF fans - I do believe you will more than "like" this story. This is one which closely follows canon beginning after the Hunsford proposal (without quoting line by line JA’s prose) but with references back to the events with which we are familiar. The author delights us by inserting lettersletters which Darcy began the day after meeting and insulting that one "not handsome enough to tempt him”. These letters reveal in depth all the angst he is going through and also the [...]

    3. 4.5 stars! Through Letters Mr. Darcy Bears His SoulTYPE OF AUSTENESQUE NOVEL: Pride and Prejudice VariationTIME FRAME: The day after Darcy’s first proposal through several months laterMAIN CHARACTERS: Darcy, Elizabeth, Colonel Fitzwilliam, Mr. Bingley, Jane Bennet, Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner, Georgiana Darcy, Mr. WickhamSYNOPSIS: Mr. Darcy has a secret habit of writing Elizabeth Bennet soul-revealing and heart-purging unsent letters. His letters help him sort out his feelings, expel his longing, an [...]

    4. Forever a romanticAwesome wonderful P&P alternative. In this alternative you really see Darcy's feelings through personnel letters he writes to Elizabeth. He does this, not to ever send these letters but as a catharsis to try to overcome his love. Does it work? Well we see the journey and we also see some crazy situations that throw Elizabeth and Darcy together after the failed proposal. Was a wonderful journey with just enough angst to make it all worth while. A definite must read.

    5. It was a well written novel but I couldn't give it 5 stars because I thought it lagged in the beginning with a story plot and mostly a review of Jane Austen's Story.I started getting interested in the plot when Elizabeth realized she was in love with Darcy and then she got the twelve letters. That showed his character of being able to express himself in the written word. The coming together at Pemberley brought the story to a great conclusion that they both loved each other.I loved the idea of w [...]

    6. This review was first published on Babblings of a Bookworm: babblingsofabookworm.Having thoroughly enjoyed KaraLynne Mackrory’s last couple of books (‘Haunting Mr Darcy’ and ‘Bluebells in the Mourning’) I was all anticipation for her latest ‘Pride & Prejudice’ variation, ‘Yours Forevermore, Darcy’. The premise of this book is that Mr Darcy has taken to writing letters to Elizabeth Bennet, to clear his mind and get things off his chest. He began the day after the Assembly in [...]

    7. Worthy Re-readI have tried to read everything Ms Mackrory has written. I have tried to avoid re-reading her work too soon. It is impossible. Her plots are inventive and more than a little fun (a lot). Her style flows and make it impossible (I seem to be using that word frequently) to avoid a binge read. Honestly, you should take the time to read her books. "Yours Forevermore" contains only one real mystery (to which we all know the answer). How that conundrum is solved is the pleasant treat. Gre [...]

    8. I loved loved loved this variation and have re-read it many times already. Such exquisite emotion, such perfect language and such an engaging plot. Darcy’s letters were so poignant, so full of feeling! ‘Release me from your hold!’ Oh my!! I loved the emotion they portrayed, along with Darcy’s progression from rather selfish infatuation to deep abiding love. I thought the way they were delivered to Elizabeth was masterfully done, such a perfect way to avoid detection and allow Elizabeth t [...]

    9. This book lingered on my Kindle as it focuses on Darcy and how he felt during the period he was separated from Miss Elizabeth Bennet from November to April. And really book, it's not you it's me. But I really don't care how Darcy dealt with his repressed feelings for Elizabeth. In this case he wrote her letter, never meant to send. Then he hides them, first in his portable writing desk - there's a French word for it and a hollow book his father used to hide things in his study.When they are at R [...]

    10. Mail unintentionally sent, and received: 5 stars Letter writing as a cathartic exercise has been done before in JAFF, but not to this degree. From the moment that Darcy laid eyes on Elizabeth Bennet, he wrote down his feelings in the form of letters…12 letters in all. He then stored them in a secret place because he simply did not have the heart to burn them. The emotions in those letters would melt a heart of stone and Elizabeth Bennett did not have a heart of stone. She might be mad at him; [...]

    11. A sweet reversal of emotions through lettersKaraLynne Mackrory has done it again with another splendid P&P variation. In Yours Forevermore, Darcy, we see how things might have been different for ODC if they had more time in company together after the failed proposal, and if Mr Darcy wrote out his thoughts as in letters to Elizabeth (like diary entries though addressed to Elizabeth). Through spending more time in Mr Darcy's presence with his kind attentions and assistance, though he was more [...]

    12. I really enjoyed this P&P retelling. The author stayed true to Austen's characters and I loved seeing the story from Darcy's perspective.I'd love more suggestions of titles that are similar to this one!

    13. I SO wanted to love this book, as I have loved all of this author's other contributions to JAFF. Her writing style flows beautifully here, as always, and the basic plotline, as far as I am aware, is unique. Unfortunately, (I will quote Georgiana's words here) the first half in particular is filled with "agonizing introspection."I get it. Darcy's in pain over his love for Elizabeth and his inability to have her, and he write letters to her to try to purge those feelings without ever intending to [...]

    14. Recensione apparsa su: mywingsofpaper/201Yours forevermore, Darcy è una variation di Orgoglio e pregiudizio che riprende gli eventi del romanzo di Jane Austen dalla proposta ad Hunsford in poi. La particolarità di questo libro, però, rispetto ad altri che riprendono la storia dallo stesso punto, è che segue in modo molto preciso le vicende del romanzo cui s'ispira, e gli avvenimenti che aggiunge possono essere considerati un completamento della storia originale (tranne per qualche piccolo ca [...]

    15. YOURS FOREVERMORE, DARCY by KARALYNNE MACKRORYA word of warning, you will need a box of tissues to hand at certain points whilst reading this book and it's also not for those who don't like a lot of angst. This story starts just after Darcy's ill-fated proposal at Hunsford. We find out very early on that the letter he gives Elizabeth afterwards is not the first he's written to her. But, the others have never been sent. Darcy has been using the writing process to try to deal with his feelings for [...]

    16. What a delightful story!! KaraLynne certainly doesn't disappoint. I loved this vulnerable Darcy and really enjoyed the letters he wrote to quiet his growing attraction to Elizabeth-one who could never be hisen the dawning realisation that, yes,marriage could be possible and then the heartbreak he suffered at her refusal. I really enjoyed this book and recommend it to lovers of P& P.

    17. frompemberleytomilton.wordpreCan you imagine anything more romantic than Darcy writing letters to Elizabeth and signing them as “Yours Forevermore, Darcy”?This was the idea behind Karalynne Mackrory’s latest book. The intensity of Darcy’s feelings for Elizabeth led him to write her letters as a mean to cope with the feelings assaulting his heart and mind.But what if she were to receive them? Would she change her mind towards him?The plot starts after the Hunsford proposal, heartbroken Da [...]

    18. Oh man this book took me a few days to read but only because I had to go to that evil institution called work. The Darcy in this book is very believable and I could see the original doing this as well. All of the characters in my opinion were true to form. I enjoyed the fact that even though Lydia still eloped in this book it wasn't to Wickham at all. Actually after Wickham leaves Meryton he is not even really mentioned at except the end where we learn his fate. This book was very enjoyable to m [...]

    19. Loved it as others will. She is a wonderful writer. Best bio in JAFF as well. :)Reread: Still a great one though not my fave by this author. Charming as usual!

    20. Really good fun, and made me feel all the feels. However, there are a few scenes that are basically a rewriting of some of the scenes in the film and mini-series adaptations of Pride and Prejudice, there were also many americanisms which were noticeable. Otherwise a great read for all P&P fans. :)

    21. A most wonderful P&P's alternate path, wholly consistent & standing on its own, well-written with a good structure, not too angsty or too mushy, twas a very nice surprise find, for I had not heard about this book before I stumbled upon it.I wholeheartly encourage everyone to read it!

    22. I love itThis is by far a o e in a million. I love the character development. I cried and I laughed. I was most pleased to travel with the characters to the end even Mr Wickham was a happy surprise.

    23. DNF Too much description which took away from the story. I was bored throughout he book, and it took way to long to get to the letters that the book was centered around.I read 95% of this book before I gave up on it.

    24. ExcellentOne of the best what its I have read in a long time. Capturing the spirit of the beloved characters while choosing a different path.

    25. Wow, just excellentSo true to the period and style of the original - but if possible more heartfelt and satisfying. Best P&P variation I've read yet.

    26. One of the best P&P variations I’ve read! Definitely in the top ten. I absolutely loved the letters, especially when Elizabeth wrote back. Very well written!

    27. This book was really sweet and I loved seeing how Elizabeth and Darcy's relationship and feelings for eachother developed and evolved throughout the story. I thought the author captured their characters really well and I definitely plan on reading more of her Pride & Prejudice Variations.

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