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[Download] ➸ Mr. Darcys Undoing  ➽ Abigail Reynolds – Sunkgirls.info No, I m sorry, but no.The whole 202 pages worth was like listening to your favorite song sung in the worst possible way On repeat.I did read the whole book, which tempted me to give it two starts instead of one, but I just really couldn t, because I actually wish I would have stopped the book while I was ahead and recycled the paper immediately The main reason I finished the book was because it was so thin, barelythan a novella, and the other reason I finished was because, I admit, there No, I m sorry, but no.The whole 202 pages worth was like listening to your favorite song sung in the worst possible way On repeat.I did read the whole book, which tempted me to give it two starts instead of one, but I just really couldn t, because I actually wish I would have stopped the book while I was ahead and recycled the paper immediately The main reason I finished the book was because it was so thin, barelythan a novella, and the other reason I finished was because, I admit, there were some sweet scenes near the beginning that weren t horribly written that did make me smile.However, the above is all I have good to say about this book that is nothingtha Definitely not the worst of the lot in these PP variations but I wonder at this author s portrayal of Darcy as a man who can t control his desires I agree he was a passionate man underneath all that starch there was no doubt of that after his first proposal but I m sure that Darcy would have been able to keep himself in check in most other circumstances I guess this was the author s solution for having Darcy mauling poor Elizabeth every time he had the chance.Anyhow, the plot is as foll Definitely not the worst of the lot in these PP variations but I wonder at this author s portrayal of Darcy as a man who can t control his desires I agree he was a passionate man underneath all that starch there was no doubt of that after his first proposal but I m sure that Darcy would have been able to keep himself in check in most other circumstances I guess this was the author s solution for having Darcy mauling poor Elizabeth every time he had the chance.Anyhow, the plot is as follows After Darcy s proposal and letter, Miss Bennet returns to Lo No One Can Outdo Mr Darcy Or Can They What Could Possibly Make A Proper Gentleman Come Completely Undone What If Elizabeth Bennet Accepted The Proposal Of Another Before She Met Mr Darcy Again In Abigail Reynolds Bold And Playful Retelling Of The Austen Classic, A Devastated Mr Darcy Must Decide How Far He Is Willing To Go To Win The Woman He Loves Consumed By Jealousy, He Knows That Winning Her Will Throw Them Both Into Scandal And Disgrace, But Losing Her Is Unbearable Mr Darcy Is Going To Have To Fight For His Love, And His Life Mr Darcy s Undoing is a book I ve won through here and yesterday evening I started reading it I read Pride and Prejudice and Persuasion by Jane Austen before I commenced with this book Although a fan of the film renditions of the book, I had never read Pride and Prejudice or any book by Jane Austen, for that matter Needless to say, after becoming familiar with the language and Austen s way of storytelling, I enjoyed both books immensely, though I was slower than I usually am in reading them Mr Darcy s Undoing is a book I ve won through here and yesterday evening I started reading it I read Pride and Prejudice and Persuasion by Jane Austen before I commenced with this book Although a fan of the film renditions of the book, I had never read Pride and Prejudice or any book by Jane Austen, for that matter Needless to say, after becoming familiar with the language and Austen s way of storytelling, I enjoyed both books immensely, though I was slower than I usually am in reading them It was the language, mostly it made my progress less than what s typical for me Anyway, after reading Pride and Prejudice and then reading Persuasion so not to overdose on the amazing, classical pair that is Mr Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet , I picked up Mr Darcy s Undoi There comes a time every so often when I am compelled to read another Pride and Prejudice sequel bodice ripper featuring Darcy and Elizabeth in very compromising positions actually in lots of positions That time is now and this book is one of them Nope, don t feel a bit guilty about it This story had a sweet premise how would Darcy react when he discovered Lizzy was engaged to another and how would he persuade her otherwise The first half of the book was really touching,very romantic with Darcy determined he was happy for her to be married to another man as long as she, herself was truly happy He returns for Bingley s wedding only to happily discover that she is unwed and sets out to make her his and is not willing to take no for an answer.I wanted to love this book but I fo This story had a sweet premise how would Darcy react when he discovered Lizzy was engaged to another and how would he persuade her otherwise The first half of the book was really touching,very romantic with Darcy determined he was happy for her to be married to another man as long as she, herself was there were so many arch comments and arched eyebrows on Elizabeth s part I can only imagine her eyebrows had actually migrated off her face they re hovering even now a foot above her head This book was a pretty big mehn with okay characterizations. Ok llegamos otra vez a ese tiempo del a o en que me dan deseos de leer variaciones de Orgullo y Prejuicio y despu s, vuelvo a releer el libro y a ver la serie del 95 entonces, decid leer esta adaptaci n porque la sinopsis de ve a interesante Y la primera parte del libro es interesante Despu s ya no tanto, porque todo gira en torno a la tensi n sexual entre los protagonistas, que no est mal pero sostener eso d Having read all the other reviews I read such different opinions But we are all entitled to our own I purchased and read this book as Without Reserve I love all of Abigail Reynolds s books and I think this one may be one of my favorites, if not number 1 I have read it many times in part or in whole I can take or leave sex scenes but am not offended by such nor do I read Abigail s as porn I have posted several other reviews in which I do describe the stories as smut or porn, but Abigail bui Having read all the other reviews I read such different opinions But we are all entitled to our own I purchased and read this book as Without Reserve I love all of Abigail Reynolds s books and I think this one may be one of my favorites, if not number 1 I have read it many times in part or in whole I can take or leave sex scenes but am not offended by such nor do I read Abigail s as porn I have posted several other reviews in which I do describe the stories as smut or porn, but Abigail builds the sexual tension and the relationship between two people with the bedroom scenes as natural results of such I LOVE the angst, the anxiety, the confusion, etc described and built upon in this tale My reasoning for finding the bedroom scenes, etc as a natural progression come from the thoughts in Darcy s head, He determined that his best strategy lay in wearing down her resistance, and realized one of his strongest weapons lay This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here More smut than I would like spoiler alert The concept of the book was interesting what if another man proposed to Elizabeth after she d turned down Darcy s proposal and she accepted Unfortunately, that only lasts for about 1 4 of the book I don t care for the interpretation of Darcy as written by Reynolds, and while I can accept the scene where Darcy kisses Elizabeth even though she s engaged to another guy , I can t fathom them having premarital sex,

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