A Pemberley Bride

A Pemberley Bride When Miss Elizabeth Bennet falls at Pemberley Mr Darcy insists she remains at Pemberley until her ankle has recovered As Elizabeth and Mr Darcy fall in love Miss Bingley is determined to part them T

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  • Title: A Pemberley Bride
  • Author: Helen Stone
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 179
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When Miss Elizabeth Bennet falls at Pemberley, Mr Darcy insists she remains at Pemberley until her ankle has recovered As Elizabeth and Mr Darcy fall in love, Miss Bingley is determined to part them This novella takes place when Elizabeth tours Pemberley with her aunt and uncle It is an alternate version to the original events.

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    1. This was a short novella so it was easy to complete it in a few hours. However the language got in the way of pulling me completely into the story. It was contrived and/or awkward at times.Elizabeth, while touring Pemberley with the Gardiners, runs ahead and with gravity helping to propel her down a hillside path, her foot catches under a root and her ankle sustains a sprain. Darcy, returning a day earlier than his house party, hears her cries and goes to investigate. He carries her into the man [...]

    2. This has a fresh new angle on events while Elizabeth and the Gardiners tour Pemberley. The novella begins as they are walking the grounds before going into the home itself, and therefore Elizabeth hasn't heard Mrs. Reynold's praise for Mr. Darcy or seen the portrait that starts to stir feelings in her for him in the original Pride and Prejudice.Lizzy is so delighted with the property that she unwisely sprints down a hill. She gets caught by a tree root and sprawls onto the ground. Darcy, on his [...]

    3. I will not cover the plot as Sheila does that beautifully. This was a sweet short story that begins when Elizabeth is touring Pemberley with her aunt and uncle. She is injured and of course, Darcy finds her. Romance ensues which is very sweet to witness. I enjoyed this aspect of the book. There is a bit of controversy at the end when the Caroline attempts to hurt Elizabeth's reputation. The ending was very exciting but not totally believable. But, suspending belief, I enjoyed this sweet short st [...]

    4. Sophomoric fareThis was a sophomoric story that frequently repeated itself. There were no new plot twists. The writing was very amateurish. There were several points that were simply implausible. Really implausible. I wouldn't recommend paying for this story when there is much better free fan fiction. At least it was short.

    5. A Pemberley BriThis was a happy, but not uneventful,story. Unfortunately, there was the infamous proposal at Hunsford. After much soul searching, Darcy was no longer are Elizabeth's refusal because as he reflected on every conversation and the proposal, he realized that she was correct in her angry rebuttal. The Gardiners and Elizabeth are at Pemberley taking in the gardens. Elizabeth was way out ahead of Aunt and Uncle Gardiner. She had walked up the incline to look back to view the house, thin [...]

    6. Short story packed with drama as ODC fights for their HEA WOW!!! This may have been a short story; however, it lacked nothing as it was packed with drama and suspense as our star-crossed lovers struggled to find their HEA. Read the reviews, there are excellent comments that I don’t need to repeat here. In fact I read this short story because of those reviews and my curiosity at wanting to see what happened to Caroline Bingley. She certainly was a piece of work. How she could possibly be relate [...]

    7. A cute direction leading to an earlier understanding.Elizabeth and the Gardiners are touring Pemberley, and since there is a storm coming them start with touring the grounds. Elizabeth is so enjoying herself that she starts skipping and running further ahead, never realizing how far ahead of the rest she was. After looking at the beautiful vista, she started to run down the hilly path, again never realizing how far ahead she still was. Unfortunately her momentum causes her to trip over a root an [...]

    8. What started as a promising idea soon became painful to read. The execution of this plot was not the best, with glaring errors, awkward dialogue and poor characterisation. My main issues were the lack of consistency with Elizabeth's injury, the rude breaches of propriety Elizabeth makes in her conversations with others, the rushed development of the relationship between Lizzie and Darcy and the pantomime villainy of Miss Bingley. The elopement was not treated as seriously and Elizabeth was not p [...]

    9. Good read.This author has a future and I am looking forward Moore of her books. Love darcy and liaise. Miss Brinkley is a bad person but got her just deserts.

    10. A nice storyIt was a nice little story but it was very short. I would have liked for the story to continue a bit more.

    11. DelightfulI really enjoyed this story and wished it had been longer, as it ended just when I was hoping for more.

    12. This was sometimes overly fluffy and often felt rushed, but it was cute nonetheless. Caroline Bingley is always enjoyable as the main antagonist, even if she was a bit over the top.

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