[[ Download ]] ➵ Rainy Days - An Alternative Journey from Pride and Prejudice to Passion and Love Author Lory Lilian – Sunkgirls.info

[[ Download ]] ➵ Rainy Days - An Alternative Journey from Pride and Prejudice to Passion and Love  Author Lory Lilian – Sunkgirls.info In Jane Austen S Pride And Prejudice, Elizabeth Bennet S First Impression And Hasty Judgment Of Mr Darcy, And That Gentleman S Pride And Aloofness Toward Her Loved Ones Took Them On A Long, Difficult Road To Happiness In Rainy Days, Elizabeth And Mr Darcy Are Caught In A Rainstorm Two Days Before The Netherfield Ball, And They Are Forced To Spend A Few Hours Alone Together Where They Talk, Listen, And Better Understand Each Other S Feelings However, Even When Original Pride And Prejudice Are Overcome, New Obstacles Arise The Road To True Love Is Never Smooth, And Surprises Along The Way Enhance The Passion Of The Journey Rainy Days An Alternative Journey From Pride And Prejudice To Passion And Love


10 thoughts on “Rainy Days - An Alternative Journey from Pride and Prejudice to Passion and Love

  1. Sheila Majczan Sheila Majczan says:

    This book has been on my Wish List for some time Finally took the plunge and could not put it down.The title is used as a cause for ODC to be forced to be together during a torrential rainstorm but also refers metaphorically to some bumps


  2. Brenda Brenda says:

    Oh, what a beautiful story This story is an alternative to Jane Austen s Pride and Prejudice It explores what would have happened if Mr Darcy became aware of Lizzie s opinion of him while still at Netherfield and then set about changing his beh


  3. Debbie Brown Debbie Brown says:

    This is a sentimental favorite of mine because it was one of the earliest variations of Pride and Prejudice I read I just finished it for the fourth time It s not without some faults, but it is a romance I just can t help reading without a lot of dee


  4. Meredith (Austenesque Reviews) Meredith (Austenesque Reviews) says:

    Two days before the Netherfield Ball, both Darcy and Elizabeth, taking advantage of the momentary lapse in rain, escape outdoors for a bit of fresh air Darcy on horseback, Lizzy on foot But because it is only a momentary lapse, they end up getting caught i


  5. Sheila Majczan Sheila Majczan says:

    This book has been on my Wish List for some time Finally took the plunge and could not put it down.The title is used as a cause for ODC to be forced to be together during a torrential rainstorm but also refers metaphorically to some bumps in the road during thei


  6. Talia Talia says:

    I lost count as to how many times I have read this book Maybe 20 I don t know Still one of the best to me I read it to get ready for The Rainbow Promise sequel.Reread again I would love to know what Mr W did to Darcy s aunt I don t think we ever find that out in the n


  7. Leslie Leslie says:

    Ummm yeah this book is under 400 pages but it was a slow slow read While the opening premise was good I found the behaviors of Darcy and Lizzy both like a one dimensional caricature of these beloved characters.The first 1 3 of the book is new and unique with Darcy Lizzy bei


  8. Claudine DiMuzio / Just Jane 1813 Claudine DiMuzio / Just Jane 1813 says:

    Wonderful PP Variation Darcy and Elizabeth were true to their characters and fell in love pretty quickly Their love story is intimate and long In a memorable wayI smiled a lot as I read and even cried a little Great story


  9. Susanne Susanne says:

    Another lovely Austen variation by Lory Lilian I have thoroughly enjoyed all of her alternative journeys through the events of Pride and Prejudice A few days before the Netherfield Ball, Elizabeth, hoping to escape the unwanted attentions of Mr Collins, takes a long walk An unexpected


  10. Madenna U Madenna U says:

    I like the premise I loved lady Matlock and cousin Becky The story of Elizabeth and Darcy was mostly about them learning to trust each other and their desperation to be together.


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