!!> Reading ➷ The Darcys & the Bingleys (Pride and Prejudice Continues, # 1) ➯ Author Marsha Altman – Sunkgirls.info

!!> Reading ➷ The Darcys & the Bingleys (Pride and Prejudice Continues, # 1)  ➯ Author Marsha Altman – Sunkgirls.info For a little while, Kindle offered a bunch of Jane Austen related books for free, and I snapped up a few of them This was one of them I guess I got what I paid for.The book wasn t badly written and I thank whoever proofread it she commented on here because it was a refreshing change to read an ebook not riddled with grammatical and spelling errors But the dialogue was far too contemporary and the characters often acted, well, out of character Darcy a cheap drunk Jane threatening to strang For a little while, Kindle offered a bunch of Jane Austen related books for free, and I snapped up a few of them This was one of them I guess I got what I paid for.The book wasn t badly written and I thank whoever proofread it she commented on here because it was a refreshing change to read an ebook not riddled with grammatical and spelling errors But the dialogue was far too contemporary and the characters often acted, well, out of character Darcy a cheap drunk Jane threatening to strangle Bingley during her pregnancy There wasn t much plot for 400 page bookThe first half of the book focused entirely too mu This book is a bit like a family block of chocolate very yummy and intriguing at first bite, but the last bite leaves you wondering how you got this far.Unfortunately Ms Altman is not Jane Austen The language at the start of the book is promising and she has some witty dialogue, but not the description of Pride and Prejudice SPOILER ALERT We all know the characters, Darcy, Bingley and the Bennet sisters Of course we knew that they would live happily and have children, but a murder at Pembe This book is a bit like a family block of chocolate very yummy and intriguing at first bite, but the last bite leaves you wondering how you got this far.Unfortunately Ms Altman is not Jane Austen The langua A Tale Of Two Gentlemen S Marriages To Two Most Devoted SistersThree Days Before Their Double Wedding, Charles Bingley Is Desperate To Have A Word With His Dear Friend Fitzwilliam Darcy, Seeking Advice Of A Most Delicate Nature Bingley Is Shocked When Darcy Gives Him A Copy Of An Ancient, Illustrated Book Of Sensual Secrets But It Does Tell Him Everything He Needs To Know.Eventually, Of Course, Jane Finds This Remarkable Volume And In Utmost Secrecy Shows It To Her Dear Sister Elizabeth, Who Goes Searching For A Copy In The Pemberley LibraryBy Turns Hilarious And Sweet, The Darcys The Bingleys Follows The Two Couples And The Cast Of Characters Surrounding Them Miss Caroline Bingley, It Turns Out, Has Such Good Reasons For Being The Way She Is That The Reader Can T Help But Hold Her In Charity Delightfully, She Makes A Most Eligible Match, And In Spite Of Darcy S Abhorrence Of Being Asked For Advice, He And Bingley Have A Most Enduring And Adventure Prone Friendship 20080903 Claudine of the Just Jane 1813 blog has been recommending this book to me along with the rest of the Altman series for quite some time So when she graciously sent me a paperback copy, what s a girl to do I, of course, determined that I had to not only read this but also give her and anyone else who reads my reviews my honest feedback I found this book very enjoyable Although sex is mentioned as in a Elizabeth rewarded him later that night when he came to her bedroom , type of comment th Claudine of the Just Jane 1813 This was kind of a fun book, but it didn t really have the same flavor as Jane Austen the language seemedmodern, and some of the situations seemedmodern The book seemed to obsess about sex, too, even thoug This was my second time reading this book, the first being before I joined Goodreads so I never wrote a review for it This book was published by Sourcebooks back when Sourcebooks was posting everything PP related, and this was definitely one of the better offerings At first it was a bit dull, but when we got to the matter of Caroline Bingley s engagement it was very enjoyable and thrilling to read The witticisms between Darcy, Bingley, etc are clever and fun, albeit possibly a bit OOC but This was As far as Austen sequels go, I ve read better, but I ve also read worse The plot was amusing, but think too hard about it and it all becomes illogical and full of holes My biggest problem was the languauge use of okay and people being perfectly fine ring rather arkwardly for my ears. In The Darcys the Bingleys, Marsha Altman picks up Jane Austen s Pride and Prejudice just before Mr Darcy marries Elizabeth Bennet and Mr Bingley marries Jane Bennet In the midst of the chaos of planning a wedding, there is some talk about the nervousness of the wedding night While Charlotte Collins assures Elizabeth and Jane that it s not as bad as Mrs Bennet makes it out to be, Bingley turns to the reserved Darcy and Darcy s advice is a copy of The Kama Sutra This makes for some In The Darcys the Bingleys, Marsha Altman picks up Jane Austen s Pride and Prejudice just before Mr Darcy marries Elizabeth Bennet and Mr Bingley marries Jane Bennet In the midst of the chaos of planning a wedding, there is some talk about the nervousness of the wedding night While Charlotte Collins assures Elizabeth and Jane that it s not as bad as Mrs Bennet makes it out to be, Bingley turns to the reserved Darcy and Darcy s advice is a copy of The Kama Sutra This makes for some hilarious conversation.With the couples settling into married life at their respective estates, the plot turns to Caroline Bingley, Mr Bingley s arrogant sister who, in Pride and Prejudice, works to keep her brother and Jane apart and hates that Elizabeth catches the eye of Mr Darcy, whom she hopes to wed She s being courted by a Lord Kincaid, and there s something about this Scot that rubs Bingley the wrong way, prompting him to seek Darcy s help in digging up whatever dirt they can find on him.I Altman, Marsha 2008 The Darcys The Bingleys Pride and Prejudice Continues A Tale of Two Gentlemen s Marriages to Two Most Devoted Sisters.Without a doubt, The Darcys The Bingleys is a good book As a sequel to the original novel by Jane Austen, people may be wary After all, some are of the opinion thethe merrier and welcome all prequels, sequels, companions, and retellings Others have their reservations and look down their noses on authors that dare to try to walk in Au Altman, Marsha 2008 The Darcys The Bingleys Pride and Prejudice Continues A Tale of Two Gentlemen s Marriages to Two Most Devoted Sisters.Without a doubt, The Darcys The Bingleys is a good book As a sequel to the original novel by Jane Austen, people may be wary After all, some are of the opinion thethe merrier and welcome all prequels, sequels, companions, and retellings Others have their reservations and look down their noses on authors that dare to try to walk in Austen s shoes And then there are a few of us myself included that wish that there were books that could do justice to the To be completely honest, I m surprised so many of the reviews on here were as positive as they were I found this book to be beyond idiotic, and when you really boiled it down, it was actually really dull First of all, the plot lines were beyond ridiculous Second of all, Elizabeth isn t so much dazzlingly witty and clever in this book as she is rude and kind of stupidly obvious in her comments Not every word out of Elizabeth Bennet s mouth was a joke or a jibe at somebody else s expense The To be completely honest, I m surprised so many of the reviews on here were as positive as they were I found this book to be beyond idiotic, and when you really boiled it down, it was actually really dull First of all

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