Loving Mr. Darcy (Darcy Saga #2)



❴EPUB❵ ✺ Loving Mr. Darcy (Darcy Saga #2) Author Sharon Lathan – E17streets4all.co.uk Beyond Pride And Prejudice Beyond I Do Darcy And Lizzy Venture Away From Pemberley To Journey Through England, Finding Friends, Relatives, Fun, Love, And An Even Deeper And Sacred Bond Along The WayHa Beyond Pride And Prejudice Beyond I Do Darcy And Lizzy Venture Away From Pemberley To Journey Through England, Finding Friends, Relatives, Fun, Love, And An Even Deeper And Sacred Bond Along The WayHaving Embarked On The Greatest Adventure Of All, Marriage And The Start Of A New Life Together, Now The Darcys Take The Reader On A Journey Through A Time Of Prosperity, Enjoyment, And Security They Experience All The Adventures Of Travel, With Friendsand Relatives Providing Both Companionship And Complications, And With Fun Loving Mr. PDF/EPUB ² As Their FocusThe Sights And Sounds, Tastes And Flavors Of Regency England Come Alive Through It All, Darcy And Lizzy Continue To Build A Marriage Filled With Romance, Sensuality, And The Beauty Of A Deep, Abiding Love.Loving Mr. Darcy (Darcy Saga #2)

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  • Paperback
  • 448 pages
  • Loving Mr. Darcy (Darcy Saga #2)
  • Sharon Lathan
  • English
  • 04 October 2017
  • 1402217412

10 thoughts on “Loving Mr. Darcy (Darcy Saga #2)

  1. says:

    Honestly, I am impressed I could make it through this book without throwing up a little in my mouth I SO MUCH wanted to like it, it had such good reviews, and I love a Pride and Prejudice theme in theory But BUT Several hundred pages of pure syrup Oh, Elizabeth, my dearest love, my lover, my treasure, how much I love you, GAG and an unbroken pattern of sex every other page at least just does not float my boat Gushy love sentiments once in a while, okay, but in every conversation, I Honestly, I am impressed I could make it through this book without throwing up a little in my mouth I SO MUCH wanted to like it, it had such good reviews, and I love a Pride and Prejudice theme in theory But BUT Several hundred pages of pure syrup Oh, Elizabeth, my dearest love, my lover, my treasure, how much I love you, GAG and an unbroken pattern of sex every other page at least just does not float my boat Gushy love sentiments once in a while, okay, but in every conversation, I highly doubt Hot monkey sex every single freaking time the two protagonists come into contact After 8 months of marriage uh huh Basically this book read to me like a fanficton of the author s idea of pride and prejudice themed utopia she has limitless money, an awesome sex life, is absolutely fawned over and worshipped by everyone except a few jealous b tches , but even ...

  2. says:

    This has to be one of the most appalling books I ve ever read Since when did Jane Austen s characters look out the window , or figure something out, or go on vacation The mixture of an attempt at early 19th century English and modern American English was, to say the least, confused Repton was described as an independent school no such term exist...

  3. says:

    I read all five novels of the Darcy Saga in pretty much one go over the space of a week and as a result I find it easier to critique as a whole set rather than individually so this review covers all the five novels although I will assign a rating to each book 1 Mr Mrs Fitzwilliam Darcy2 Loving Mr Darcy3 My Dearest Mr Darcy4 In the Arms of Mr Darcy5 The Trouble with Mr DarcyFirst of all, this book is for the hopeless romantics who want nothingthan to revel in detail in Lizz I read all five novels of the Darcy Saga in pretty much one go over the space of a week and as a result I find it easier to critique as a whole set rather than individually so this review covers all the five novels although I will assign a rating to each book 1 Mr Mrs Fitzwilliam Darcy2 Loving Mr Darcy3 My Dearest Mr Darcy4 In the Arms of Mr Darcy5 The Trouble with Mr DarcyFirst of all, this book is for the hopeless romantics who want nothingthan to r...

  4. says:

    I don t want to turn off people from this book when I say I did not finish it It just was not my cup of tea Pride and Prejudice is my all time favorite book and while I have enjoyed several sequels to it this just was not one of them The writing was not bad but after getting 200 pages in I did not feel there was much of a real story going on It mostly seemed to be a lot of Darcy fondling Lizzie or the two of them gazing or thinking of each other and wanting to have sex I also felt like i I don t want to turn off people from this book when I say I did not finish it It just was not my cup of tea Pride an...

  5. says:

    I am always sad when I finish a Lathan book because I know the series is coming closer to an end for me I just smoke and enjoy spending all my time with the Darcys at Pemberley Oh, is there anywheredrama than Pemberley I love the relationship Lathan creates here as well as the su...

  6. says:

    I was waiting for a story to actually unfold, but rather, all that occurred was the physical intimacies of Darcy and Elizabeth I skipped over the constant physical expressions of their love to see if any narrative would occur, but it was scarce and never fully developed I wouldn t...

  7. says:

    but regret I could sooner regret breathing than to regret having you as my wife S.LathanSeriously did Darcy just say that Swoon Lathan s saga continues in the second instalment of Journeys Beyond Pemberley, we follow the Darcy s to town for the season, stopping in Hertfordshire on route to stay with the Bingleys As is typical of Lathan nothing is rushed and every detail is imparted Mr Darcy partakes in a billiards tournament whilst in Meryton and it is these details that allow the read but regret I could sooner regret bre...

  8. says:

    2.5 stars Honestly I really didn t care for this book I tried very hard to enjoy it, but reading it became an absolute chore I came so close to abandoning it on many occasions, however, I had a meager hope that it would improve The continual, redundant sex scenes that were not only underwhelming, but they were absolutely ridiculous at times I found myself rolling my eyes very frequently when encountering the all too frequent love making rather than stirring my emotions, the cheesy writin 2.5 stars Honestly I really didn t care for this book I tried very hard to enjoy it, but reading it became an absolute chore I came so close to abandoning it on many occasions, however, I had a meager hope that it would improve The continual, redundant sex scenes that were not only underwhelming, but they were absolutely ridiculous at times I found myself rolling my eyes very frequently when encountering the all too frequent love making rather than stirring...

  9. says:

    I have to admit something Every single time I pass by something related to Jane Austen, even in the smallest way, I have to go back, hug it a little and eventually buy it Sometimes though this love at first sight turns out to be a little disappointing That was the case with this book I didn t dislike it, but I didn t like it too Maybe it was the fact that there didn t happen a thing in this book that made me feel this way I love to read love stories, but there has to happen something in I have to admit something Every single time I pass by something related to Jane Austen, even in the smallest way, I have to go back, hug it a little and eventually buy it Sometimes though this love at first sight turns out to be a little disappointing That was the case with this book I didn t dislike it, but I didn t like it too Maybe it was the fact that there didn t happen a thing in th...

  10. says:

    This second book in Ms Lathan s series takes us through the second half of Darcy and Lizzy s honeymoon, and it s a joy reading how in love they are, how romantic Darcy is, and their carnality for one another is only strengthening with every whisper, touch, and kiss It s actually quite nice to read this type of romance, hero and heroine together, having fun, taking care of hearth and home and anything else required of them together Yes, there s little tiffs but they last no longer than a pag This second book in Ms Lathan s series takes us through the second half of Darcy and Lizzy s honeymoon, and it s a joy reading how in love they are, how romantic Darcy is, and their carnality for one another is only strengthening with every whisper, touch, and kiss It s actually quite nice to read this type of romance, hero and heroine together, having fun, taking care of hearth and home and anything else required of them together Yes, there s little tiffs but they last no longer than a page or two at the most, then love prevails once again There s als...

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