Darcy & Elizabeth: Nights and Days at Pemberley



❴Ebook❵ ➤ Darcy & Elizabeth: Nights and Days at Pemberley Author Linda Berdoll – E17streets4all.co.uk Mr and Mrs Darcy have an exceedingly passionate marriage in this continuing saga of one of the most exciting, intriguing couples in the Jane Austen LiteratureAs the Darcy s raise their babies, enjoy t Mr and Mrs Darcy have an Elizabeth: Nights ePUB ✓ exceedingly passionate marriage in this continuing saga of one of the most exciting, intriguing couples in the Jane Austen LiteratureAs the Darcy s raise their babies, enjoy their conjugal felicity and manage the great estate of Pemberley, the beloved characters from Jane Austen s original are joined by Linda Berdoll s imaginative new creations for a compelling, sexy and epic story guaranteed to keep you turning the pages and gasping with delight Darcy & Kindle - What people are saying about Mr Darcy Takes A Wife, the bestselling Pride and Prejudice sequel A breezy, satisfying romance Chicago Tribune While there have been other Pride and Prejudice sequels, this one, with its rich character development, has been the most enjoyable Library Journal Wild, bawdy and utterly enjoyable sequel Booklist.Darcy & Elizabeth: Nights and Days at Pemberley

NUMBER The Darcys New PleasuresWith Elizabeth: Nights ePUB ✓ the success of her latest Pride Prejudice sequel, The Ruling Passion, Linda has just completed a continuation of their story in The Darcys New Pleasures Even twenty years into their future, Mr Darcy remains every woman s ideal Still darkly handsome, he is a gentleman of vast wealth and exceptional leg His virility, whilst of considerable note, is not what invites adoration His true allure is his all encompassing love for his Darcy & Kindle - wife Indeed, Elizabeth and Darcy s passion for each other remains steadfastThere is but one test that stands in the way of the Darcys boundless happiness in this latest telling It is an ordeal familiar to parents through the ages Their offspring have come of age and are eager to pursue their own love affairsMoreover, Elizabeth Darcy, the Mistress of Pemberley, has been overtaken by a peculiar malaise Her disorder has the entire family in a state of agitation & Elizabeth: Nights MOBI õ Darcy is particularly uneasy Hence, when he learns that his son engaged in a flirtation with a village wench, he reproves him a tad too vehementlyHis pride injured, Geoff flings himself headlong down Calamity Road in the company of George Wickham s son In Ms Berdoll s wildly successful Pride Prejudice sequels, Mr Darcy Takes a Wife, Darcy Elizabeth, and the Ruling Passion, have over , copies in print The Ruling Passion has been given the Independent Publisher s Gold Award for Historical fiction Mr Darcy Takes a Wife won FOREWORD MAGAZINE BOOK OF THE YEAR Silver Award, and Darcy Elizabeth, winner of INDEPENDENT PUBLISHER S BOOK AWARDS st Place HISTORICAL FICTION New Pleasures is now available in soft cover on Linda s website lindaberdoll, in digital and paperback onand BN Her books are on the shelves of Barnes Noble and available to order through bookstores large and smallReview for The Ruling Passion From AustenproseBest selling author Linda Berdoll s Mr Darcy Takes A Wife and Darcy Elizabeth have been hailed as sexy, hilarious, poignant and wild, bawdy and utterly enjoyable Booklist The Ruling Passion, her highly anticipated sequel to the sequels, has finally come to fruition If your sensibilities are offended by explicit, passionate love scenes with Jane Austen s original namesakes, this is presumably NOT the book for you However, those who delight in reading about the Darcys beyond Pride and Prejudice, including all their complexities, and intimacies, in and around the bedroom , and most particularly if you are a fan of Berdoll s previous works, The Ruling Passion is not to be missed Yes, hold on to your bonnets as Linda Berdoll has quite done it again Christina Boyd of starsIn a change of pace from her Jane Austen sequels, Linda released Fandango in This tale takes place in th C San Francisco In this entirely original work, our heroine, young Annabella Chase comes to learn that it s one thing to go asking for trouble, quite another to offer it a chairWhile researching her Pride Prejudice sequels, she collected a vast store of euphemistic grandiloquence and wove it into a small gift book titled Very Nice Ways to Say Very Bad Things.

Darcy & Elizabeth: Nights and Days at Pemberley
  • Paperback
  • 448 pages
  • Darcy & Elizabeth: Nights and Days at Pemberley
  • Linda Berdoll
  • English
  • 05 October 2018
  • 1402205635

10 thoughts on “Darcy & Elizabeth: Nights and Days at Pemberley

  1. says:

    Berdoll continues her VERY passionate take on the married life of Darcy and Elizabeth, which is entertaining itself Better than that, she goes on to speculate on dear Georgiana s coming of age Thankfully, Berdoll infuses her with some much needed backbone, and her story becomes as interesting as the main one All I can say is that she BETTER write another one

  2. says:

    Another, let s call it Jane Austen fanfic Picking up or, rather, dragging where _Mr Darcy Takes a Wife_ let off, it follows the further fortunes and misfortunes of the Darcy, Bingley, Fitzwilliam, Wickham, and Christie Arbuthnot Berdoll s characters families after Waterloo This book is afflicted by Berdoll s coyness, as she jumps ahead in each character s story, falls back to fill in the past details, and drives the reader crazy with the flow and pacing this flaw was present in the previ Another, let s call it Jane Austen fanfic Picking up or, rather, dragging where _Mr Darcy Takes a Wife_ let off, it follows the further fortunes and misfortunes of the Darcy, Bingley, Fitzwilliam, Wickham, and Christie Arbuthnot Berdoll s characters families after Waterloo This book is afflicted by Berdoll s coyness, as she jumps ahead in each character s story, falls back to fill in the past details, and drives the reader crazy with the flow and pacing this flaw was present in the previous book too, but it s worse here Also the attempt at period language is inconsistent at best Just spelling the words compleat and eagre don t make you Austen or even Susanna Clark Anyway The best parts had to do with Wickham s life misadventures after his Waterloo desertion and presumed death I know this is a semi spoiler, but given the character, can you doubt it would have happened and interaction with Lydia s scandalous fate Also, Georgiana Darcy emerges from a chrysalis as a fairly ruthless character, comparable indeed to Wickham except for the, you know, lack of being a sociopath Anyway, this was worse than the previous book, worse than Austen, I doubt I ll buy anyeven if she publishes them

  3. says:

    Blah I have to say that I really enjoyed Mr Darcy Takes a Wife, even in spite of myself But this one does nothing for me The author spends so much time rehashing everything that happened in her first sequel to Pride and Prejudice that I got 100 pages into it and nothing much had happened The author doesn t seem to understand her audience No one who hasn t read Pride and Prejudice is going to bother with this book, and I think the same is true to a lesser extent of Mr Darcy Takes a Wife Blah I have to say that I really enjoyed Mr Darcy Takes a Wife, even in spite of myself But this one does nothing for me The author spends so much time rehashing everything that happened in her first sequel to Pride and Prejudice that I got 100 pages into it and nothing much had happened The author doesn t seem to understand her audience No one who hasn t read Pride and Prejudice is going to bother with this book, and I think the same is true to a lesser extent of Mr Darcy Takes a Wife There would be little point in reading this book if you are not familiar with the first two Therefore, there is NO NEED to tell us what happened in PP we already know.My second complaint is that while Mr Darcy Takes a Wife was certainly filled with some crazy sex scenes, when the author starts using phrases in this book like his engorged member , the whole thing starts feeling like a trashy romance novel.My advice don t bother

  4. says:

    This is a fabulous find I stumbled across Linda Berdoll on one of my random B N runs ironically she lives right up the road from Austin and found that I fell in love with her interpretation of the happenings AFTER Pride Prejudice.so much so that I cannot bring myself to read anyone else s versions That s how much I loved the characters she created that were so Austen that I truly believe that Jane herself would ve been proud This is a fabulous find I stumbled across Linda Berdoll on one of my random BN runs ironically she lives right up the road from Austin and found that I fell in love with her interpretation of the happenings AFTER Pride Prejudice.so much so that I cannot bring myself to read anyone else s versions That s how much I loved the characters she created that were so Austen that I truly believe that Jane herself would ve been proud

  5. says:

    I tried this one years ago and gave up I give it another go and gave up It kept jumping in time I want a story not a blah blah blah

  6. says:

    2009 4 I totally love Jane Austin So I was interested but skeptical when I heard about modern authors who had written sequels to Pride Prejudice This was the second sequel, and it definitely wasn t as good as the first one by Linda Berdoll Mr Darcy Takes a Wife It has been a while since I read that one, so it is a little hard for me to compare But as far as this book goes, it felt a bit pretentious I also didn t like how it brought in all these additional characters most of them d 2009 4 I totally love Jane Austin So I was interested but skeptical when I heard about modern authors who had written sequels to Pride Prejudice This was the second sequel, and it definitely wasn t as good as the first one by Linda Berdoll Mr Darcy Takes a Wife It has been a while since I read that one, so it is a little hard for me to compare But as far as this book goes, it felt a bit pretentious I also didn t like how it brought in all these additional characters most of them didn t seem to add much value to the story and wereof distractions than anything Also, wasn t a big fan of how the chapters jumped around in time, it just didn t give a smooth flow to the story Like the first sequel, it was a bit like a trashy romance, so for some that might take away from the story, but I thought the juxtaposition between that and all of the ways that people had to act proper made it interesting But, all in all it was just nice to live a little in Mr Mrs Darcy s world

  7. says:

    This is it the last straw Never again will I read a Pride and Prejudice sequel Thirty pages into it and I couldn t bear to read anyof this awful book Thank goodness I didn t waste money on this book and I could just take it right back to the library Not even the slightest regret that I hardly gave it a chance Pride and Prejudice told from different perspective books are all right, mainly because they have to stay fairly close to the clean plotline Austen set out Sequels, on the othe This is it the last straw Never again will I read a Pride and Prejudice sequel Thirty pages into it and I couldn t bear to read anyof this awful book Thank goodness I didn t waste money on this book and I could just take it right back to the library Not even the slightest regret that I hardly gave it a chance Pride and Prejudice told from different perspective books are all right, mainly because they have to stay fairly close to the clean plotline Austen set out Sequels, on the other hand, just seem to be fantasy sexual outlets for dirty women

  8. says:

    Being a HUGE fan of Jane Austen and being absolutely in love with Pride Prejudice, I had high hopes for this book Just reading the first chapter though, was very unsettling for me I felt like it was a travesty I couldn t go through reading the whole thing, so it might actually be very good Speaking for myself, part of the charm of Austen s works are the wit restraint with which she writes Her books always have an undercurrent of emotion passion despite the rigid settings I am no prud Being a HUGE fan of Jane Austen and being absolutely in love with Pride Prejudice, I had high hopes for this book Just reading the first chapter though, was very unsettling for me I felt like it was a travesty I couldn t go through reading the whole thing, so it might actually be very good Speaking for myself, part of the charm of Austen s works are the wit restraint with which she writes Her books always have an undercurrent of emotion passion despite the rigid settings I am no prude, but I couldn t accept this take on what happened after the end of PP

  9. says:

    A real disappointment Mediocre writers should never try to write a sequel to one of the greats Also, the insertion of copious sex does not mask the lack of an interesting or even plausible plot nor the author s silly pretensions to the spoken language of the early 19th century Her dialogs come off as banal.This author has neither the wit nor the literary skill of Ms Austen and should have used her writing abilities for dime romance novels, not a sequel to an Austen masterpiece.

  10. says:

    WARNING This is not a very clean bookthere are many love scenes throughout the bookthis is the sequel to Mr Darcy Takes a Wife It is such a guilty pleasure While this book is not as good as its predecessor, it is still a good read for the girl who can t get enough of Elizabeth and Darcy If you don t mind a lot of love scenes between the happily married couple, read it If you are an Austen purist don t.

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