Mr. Darcys Obsession



[Ebook] ➡ Mr. Darcys Obsession By Abigail Reynolds – E17streets4all.co.uk The He Tries To Stay Away From Her, The His Obsession Grows What If Elizabeth Bennet Was Unsuitable For Mr Darcy Than Ever Mr Darcy Is Determined To Find A Suitable Bride But Then He Learns That Eliza The He Tries To Stay Away From Her, The His Obsession Grows What If Elizabeth Bennet Was Unsuitable For Mr Darcy Than Ever Mr Darcy Is Determined To Find A Suitable Bride But Then He Learns That Elizabeth Is Living In London In Reduced Circumstances, After Her Father S Death Robs Her Of Her Family Home What If Mr Darcy Can T Help Himself From Seeking Her Out He Just Wants Mr. Darcys Kindle - To Make Sure She S Alright But Once He S Seen Her, He Feels Compelled To Talk To Her, And From There He S Unable To Fight The Overwhelming Desire To Be Near Her, Or The Ever Growing Mutual Attraction That Is Between Them What If Mr Darcy S Intentions Were Shockingly Dishonorable.Mr. Darcys Obsession

Abigail Reynolds may be a nationally bestselling author and a physician, but she can t follow a straight line with a ruler Originally from upstate New York, she studied Russian and theater at Bryn Mawr College and marine biology at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole After a stint in performing arts administration, she decided to attend medical school, and took up writing as a hobby d Abigail Reynolds may Mr. Darcys Kindle - be a nationally bestselling author and a physician, but she can t follow a straight line with a ruler Originally from upstate New York, she studied Russian and theater at Bryn Mawr College and marine biology at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole After a stint in performing arts administration, she decided to attend medical school, and took up writing as a hobby during her years as a physician in private practiceA life long lover of Jane Austen s novels, Abigail began writing variations on Pride Prejudice in , then expanded her repertoire to include a series of novels set on her beloved Cape CodHer most recent releases are Conceit Concealment, the national bestsellers Alone with Mr Darcy and Mr Darcy s Noble Connections, and Mr Darcy s Journey Her books have been translated into five languages A lifetime member of JASNA, she lives on Cape Cod with her husband, her son and a menagerie of animals Her hobbies do not include sleeping or cleaning her house.

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  • Paperback
  • 348 pages
  • Mr. Darcys Obsession
  • Abigail Reynolds
  • English
  • 02 June 2019
  • 1402240929

10 thoughts on “Mr. Darcys Obsession

  1. says:

    What if Mr Darcy, even though he was completely enad and entranced with Elizabeth Bennet, hesitated to declare his love What if Elizabeth left Hunsford without receiving Mr Darcy s proposal What if Mr Bennet passed away and Elizabeth s place in society became eveninferior to Mr Darcy s Fast forward two years from Elizabeth s visit to Hunsford Parsonage, we encounter the Bennet women destitute and homeless Jane, being the dutiful daughter she is, marries a local shopkeeper to hel What if Mr Darcy, even though he was completely enad and entranced with Elizabeth Ben...

  2. says:

    I have read this book several times in the paperback version I have all Abigail s books and have read every one of themthan once in whole or part She is my favorite JAFF author to date I read all the other reviews before now posting my own I am doing this at such a late date due to having no time while working but now having time in my retired life.I will not go over the story line in detail The other reviewers did a good job of that I will say that what I saw as the premise was Darc I have read this book several times in the paperback version I have all Abigail s books and have read every one of themthan once in whole or part She is my favorite JAFF author to date I read all the other reviews before now posting my own I am doing this at such a late date due to having no time while working but now having time in my retired life.I will not go over the story line in detail The other reviewers did a good job of that I will say that what I saw as the premise was Darcy, two years after Hunsford and Rosings and a missed chance to propose, looking at the ton and all their moral decay and pettiness vs the life situation of his true love and her family Elizabeth s status is lowered not once but twice in this storybelow what it was in our original PP First, her father dies, the family loses Longbourn, she becomes a Nanny governess, etc., etc Then Lydia becomes pregnant...

  3. says:

    This was one of theserious and at times distressing Pride and Prejudice variations I have read This is due to the story line and the dramatically reduced circumstances the Bennet s find themselves in after the death of their father The social divide between Darcy and Lizzy now seems so unsurpassable and yet Darcy still cannot imagine his life without Lizzy I enjoyed seeing this side to Darcy He was very sweet and caring towards Lizzy and all her family and in the second half the book h This was one of theserious and at times distressing Pride and Prejudice variations I have read This is due to the story line and the dramatically reduced circumstances the Bennet s find themselves in after the death of their father The social divide between Darcy and Lizzy now seems so unsurpassable and yet Darcy still cannot imagine his life without Lizzy I enjoyed seeing this side to Darcy He was very ...

  4. says:

    Mr Darcy s Obsession, the latest of Abigail Reynolds s Pride and Prejudice Variations, is a stunning tale of love lost and refound.Two years have passed since Darcy last saw Elizabeth Having convinced both himself and a reluctant Bingley of the Bennet sisters unsuitability for marriage, Darcy encounters Elizabeth in London Her father s death has cast her family into dire financial straits and Elizabeth labors as an unpaid nanny for her Uncle and Aunt Gardiner s children.Even as he tries to s Mr Darcy s Obsession, the latest of Abigail Reynolds s Pride and Prejudice Variations, is a stunning tale of love lost and refound.Two years have passed since Darcy last saw Elizabeth Having convinced both himself and a reluctant Bingley of the Bennet sisters unsuitability for marriage, Darcy encounters Elizabeth in London Her father s death has cast her family into dire financial straits and Elizabeth labors as an unpaid nanny for her Uncle and Aunt Gardiner s children.Even as he tries to stay away, Darcy rediscovers how much he enjoys Elizabeth s conversation and wit Against his better judgment, he asks her to marry him in his trademark bungled proposal An enraged Elizabeth refuses, and Darcy must convince her to agree.Already disillusioned wi...

  5. says:

    I rarely get far with Austen fanfic, but with this book I saw the appeal Though slow paced, it was an easy read,like watching a fairly respectful movie version of Austen than reading one of her novels So you get a little kissing, even Darcy in a soaked shirt, but nothing too out there Which I, for one, appreciate The fancy of this book is that Elizabeth s father died just before Darcy was about to propose to her, and so he never did The family is now in uncomfortable straits and Jane I rarely get far with Austen fanfic, but with this book I saw the appeal Though slow paced, it was an easy read,like watching a fairly respectful movie version of Austen than reading one of her novels So you get a little kissing, even Darcy in a soaked shirt, but nothing too out there Which I, for one, appreciate The fancy of this book is that Elizabeth s father died just before Darcy was about to propose to her, and so he never did The family is now in uncomfortable straits and Jane has married a shopkeeper, making Elizabeth even farther out of Darcy s sphere yet he still can t seem to forget her The story includes a theory which has been suggested before, that Mr Darcy has Aspergers Syndrome, strengthening the case by casting his cousin Anne De Bourgh as someone withclassic autism symptoms This isn t particularly supported by the original text, but isn t strongly contradicted, either That was rather int...

  6. says:

    Before I begin this review let me state that I am not a romance reader in general and a lot of what I disliked in this story might be standard romance tropes, that are just not my cup of tea.In Short I was severely disappointed by Mr Darcy s Obsession I liked the idea of a divergence in the plot of Pride and Prejudice and it interested me a lot what could come of that, but it didn t measure up to what I expected.In Detail THE MAIN CHARACTERS just did not feel like Elizabeth and Mr Darcy, bu Be...

  7. says:

    I picked this up at the library for a laugh and instead grew increasingly horrified as I realized I was reading something that wouldn t be out of place on fanfiction.net I m an Austen fan, so it s not like I m saying I wouldn t read some PP fanfiction if the fancy took me, but it wasn t what I was expecting out of a book that actually got published.First 50 Shades of Grey, now this when did publishing full novel length fanfiction for profit become a thing Anyways, I m unsure if Ms Rey I picked this up at the library for a laugh and instead grew increasingly horrified as I realized I was ...

  8. says:

    Love conquers all I really enjoyed the way this story took our beloved characters through the changes they needed to make to reach their and and to a new understanding of themselves and society.Highly recommended

  9. says:

    For Jane Austen fans who enjoy a different perspective or a new thread in the Pride and Prejudice that does not include zombies, Abigail Reynold s novel Mr Darcy s Obssession is perfection In this insightful and creative variation, new scenerios allow for a fresh new plot with familiar characters and new ones What if Mr Bennett dies and the entailed estate goes to Mr Collins What if Mr Bingley is convinced not to marry Jane What if Darcy follows the dictates of his family obligation whi For Jane Austen fans who enjoy a different perspective or a new thread in the Pride and Prejudice that does not include zombies, Abigail Reynold s novel Mr Darcy s Obssession is perfection In this insightful and creative variation, new scenerios allow for a fresh new plot with familiar characters and new ones What if Mr Bennett dies and the entailed estate goes to Mr Collins What if Mr Bingley is convinced not to marry Jane What if Darcy follows the dictates of his family obligation while fighting his feelings for Elizabeth Bennet, the only ray of light in his stiff, formal and proud existence All of this is addressed in a lively and emotional fashion Darcy mulls over his duty yet he cannot stay away from Elizabeth once he learns she is living in London with the Gar...

  10. says:

    I picked up this novel at the library since I have recently become obsessed with Abigail Reynolds alternate endings to Pride and Prejudice When I grabbed it I was just hoping to fill a few spare minutes, but after starting it I couldn t put it down.To date this is my favorite Abigail Reynolds Darcy and Elizabeth book Certainly, the events in this story diverge quite a bitthan in other novels by this author that I have read so far Elizabeth and her family are in dire straits after her I picked up this novel at the library since I have recently become obsessed with Abigail Reynolds alternate endings to Pride and Prejudice When I grabbed it I was just hoping to fill a few spare minutes, but after starting it I couldn t put it down.To date this is my favorite Abigail Reynolds Darcy and Elizabeth book Certainly, the events in this story diverge quite a bitthan in other novels by this author that I have read so far Elizabeth and her family are in dire straits after her father s death, especially since Mr Collins kicks them out of their home as soon as he can Elizabeth ends up living with her aunt and uncle in London Through Bingley, Elizabeth is once again put in Darcy s notice and from there the romance never stops I love this version of Darcy Abigail Reynolds has fleshed Darcy out in her novels to be a man that so many would love In this edition he becomes an Egalitarian because of Elizabeth s influenc...

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