[Ebook] Duty and Desire (Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman #2) By Pamela Aidan – Sunkgirls.info

[Ebook] Duty and Desire (Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman #2)  By Pamela Aidan – Sunkgirls.info There Was Little Danger Of Encountering The Bennet Sisters Ever AgainJane Austen S Classic Novel Pride And Prejudice Is Beloved By Millions, But Little Is Revealed In The Book About The Mysterious And Handsome Hero, Mr Darcy And So The Question Has Long Remained Who Is Fitzwilliam DarcyPamela Aidan S Trilogy Finally Answers That Long Standing Question, Creating A Rich Parallel Story That Follows Darcy As He Meets And Falls In Love With Elizabeth Bennet Duty And Desire, The Second Book In The Trilogy, Covers The Silent Time Of Austen S Novel, Revealing Darcy S Private Struggle To Overcome His Attraction To Elizabeth While Fulfilling His Roles As Landlord, Master, Brother, And FriendWhen Darcy Pays A Visit To An Old Classmate In Oxford In An Attempt To Shake Elizabeth From His Mind, He Is Set Upon By Husband Hunting Society Ladies And Ne Er Do Well Friends From His University Days, All With Designs On Him Some For Good And Some For Ill He And His Sartorial Genius Of A Valet, Fletcher, Must Match Wits With Them All, But Especially With The Curious Lady SylvanieIrresistibly Authentic And Entertaining, Duty And Desire Remains True To The Spirit And Events Of Pride And Prejudice While Incorporating Fascinating New Characters, And Is Sure To Dazzle Austen Fans And Newcomers Alike.

10 thoughts on “Duty and Desire (Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman #2)

  1. Melanie Melanie says:

    Wow This book was so off the mark compared to the first in the series Really, if you want to enjoy this seriesread the first and the third book, but conveniently forget there was ever a second book Aside from Darcy s inability to forget Eliz

  2. Katie Katie says:

    This is the second book in the Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman series by Pamela Aidan I have read other reviews on this website where people said to just skip this second book altogether and just read the third book The complaint is that this book has

  3. Marian Marian says:

    As much as I loved the first book in the series, this one was a big disappointment The story picks up where Mr Darcy leaves Netherfield and he and Elizabeth do not meet again for some time This author s account of where he went and what he did strays very

  4. Kelly Kelly says:

    BELIEVE ME WHEN I TELL YOU WITH 100% CONFIDENCE THAT YOU DO NOT NEED TO READ THIS BOOK TO ENJOY OR STAY CONNECTED IN THIS TRILOGY I had read similar comments to the one I just stated in other peoples reviews of this book but told myself, I don t want to miss any

  5. Mina Lobo Mina Lobo says:

    Some reviewers expressed dissatisfaction with the second book in Aidan s trilogy and, if they wished to experienceinteraction with Lizzy Bennett in it, that would have led to disappointment As at least one other person noted, Lizzy does not appear in person in this ins

  6. Kathleen Kathleen says:

    Well written, but deeply, DEEPLY weird So not at all what I would have expected from a Jane Austen pastiche The dip into Gothic romance felt bizarre and mismatched, especially when compared to An Assembly Such As This, which was pitch perfect Austen, and I simply didn t belie

  7. Ruth Ruth says:

    In Duty and Desire, Pamela Aidan explores the silent time that Darcy absent from the narrative of Pride and Prejudice Darcy is in his element now, among his peers of the English upper class In an attempt to kill what he views as a totally inappropriate fascination with Elizabeth Ben

  8. Melissa Melissa says:

    The middle book and probally my favorite This encompassed the time when Mr Darcy left with Mr Bingley forsocial opportunities This is a completly new story of his time trying to get over Elizabeth and I absolutly loved it.

  9. Monica Monica says:

    And then there s the second book of the trilogymediocre at best I understand the second of any trilogy is the toughest This one in particular was likely difficult as it covers the time the two protagonists are apart and thus, the chemistry is lost But this was an incredible opportunity to create

  10. Commonalgebra Commonalgebra says:

    A teaser quote selected from this book by the publishers is this There was little danger of encountering the Bennet sisters ever again And, I must say, there is absolutely NO danger of encountering any of the Bennet sisters in the pages of this novel Because they re not in this novel Not at all Yes, I a

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