[KINDLE] ✽ One Thread Pulled: The Dance with Mr. Darcy Author Diana J. Oaks – Sunkgirls.info

[KINDLE] ✽ One Thread Pulled: The Dance with Mr. Darcy Author Diana J. Oaks – Sunkgirls.info When The Wealthy And Handsome Fitzwilliam Darcy Encounters The Beautiful And Lively Elizabeth Bennet At A Small Country Ball, He Loudly Refuses To Dance With Her, Declaring Her To Be Merely Tolerable Fortunately For Mr Darcy, Elizabeth Has Walked Away And Does Not Overhear His Insult, Thus Snagging The Thread That Would Have Sealed Her Prejudice Against The Prideful Stranger Unexpectedly, Circumstances Thrust Elizabeth Into The Same Household As Mr Darcy, And Her Proximity Unwittingly Proves Tempting, As Her Tantalizing Wit And Playfulness Evoke Desires That Threaten To Unravel His Resolve Against Her In This Delightful Re Imagining Of Jane Austen S Beloved Classic, Pride And Prejudice, The Players Are The Same, But The Rules Have Changed As The Dance Between Darcy And Lizzy Unfolds


10 thoughts on “One Thread Pulled: The Dance with Mr. Darcy

  1. Rachel Friend Rachel Friend says:

    I felt the need to justify my rating, though my status updates provide an accurate picture of what reading this book does to your brain The first half of this book is excellent 5 stars The second half is OMGWTF 792 stars So overall, 2 stars Math I am bad at it But seriously, the book is well written, the premise is good, the characters are true to Jane Austen But then a littlethan halfway through the plot NONSENSE HAPP


  2. Debbie Debbie says:

    This book is among the first I read when I first discovered the wonderful world of Jane Austen Fan Fiction I d been a compulsive re reader of the original Pride and Prejudice over the previous couple of decades, and finding this new genre of books opened a whole treasure trove for me to explore I was utterly seduced by Ms Oaks authentic sounding Regency prose, which remains among the best in JAFF.With the sequel finally a


  3. Isa Lavinia Isa Lavinia says:

    1.5 stars rounded up to 2 DNF at 60%Okay, I fully realise this is Austen fanfic, but while a fanfic reader will enjoy a story that goes on nearly forever the result of the anticipation brought on by having to wait for the next chapter the same cannot be said for an actual book, I mean this book is about twice the length of Pride PrejudiceIt s actually well written, and though the characters aren t entirely the ones Austen wr


  4. Nicol Legakis Nicol Legakis says:

    To be fair, the first 2 3 of the book was worthy of 5 stars I was in a fair way of becoming convinced this was the best P P what if I ve ever read Then, it wasn t one thread pulled, but an entire unraveling of the heretofore beautiful story which had enthralled me with the rich character development It went off the deep end with clerical compromises, paranoid poisonings, and mysterious murder I was just getting to the point whe


  5. Talia Talia says:

    Loved, loved this book I can see reading it over and over Just wonderful Jane and Bingley were so adorable I also love Col Fitzwilliam s style of dialogue Is there a sequel to this Read again yesterday and still love it It never gets old I wanted to refresh my memory before reading the sequel.Read Still 5 stars.


  6. Mary Mary says:

    I loved this book It is an endearing story of Elizabeth Darcy and I was really touched by it I presume there will be a sequel as the reader is left wondering exactly how the couple will fare in London during the waiting period imposed by lizzy s father I must admit that shortly after finishing the book, I reread it Pure bliss I loved this book It is an endearing story of Elizabeth Darcy and I was really touched by it I presume there


  7. Susan Susan says:

    At the Meryton Assembly Elizabeth does not hear the insult from Darcy How does that change their relationship, especially when Jane has an accident on the way to Netherfield.Overall an enjoyable story though at times there was too much introspection from Darcy and Elizabeth for my taste.For me the book was saved by the appearance and actions of Colonel Fitzwilliam Muchthan in canon


  8. Carolyn Page Carolyn Page says:

    I quite liked it A nice, long, juicy variation on Pride and Prejudice, only with madness, mayhem, and murder Hint Caroline and Collins haters, you ll like this one It s over 400 pages, so it will definitely keep your P P fix going for a while Also actually quite G rated, which is nice for a change But not babyish Would recommend The tiny changes in the beginning getanddramatic as the story goes on but hey that s fan fiction I quite liked i


  9. Keely Keely says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here So I ve never actually read a P P rewrite, sequel, or even fanfiction before, but felt nostalgic for Longbourn last night and came across this one It had pretty good reviews on , so I went for it For the first third or so of the book, I was very happy with this decision Then all hell broke loose.The first third, or close to even half of the book, is worth probably


  10. Sheila Majczan Sheila Majczan says:

    GLAD THERE IS A SEQUELI bought this story on kindle after a reviewer made a comment on one of my reviews a nice comment So I decided to check out all of her reviews I ended up adding about half a dozen books to my wish list, as I had a number waiting to be read on my new kindle already So as I came to the end of those stories I read the reviews and ordered this bookyesterday and finished at 2 21 AM this morning Then, as I always do, I read ALL o


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