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Well, the second volume is here. I've been doing little else since the beginning of October, and I am satisfied, I guess; until now my writing has not been published: no one paid me to do a book on a given topic - I would just set off on my own to write what pleased me, so whatever I came up with was acceptable. But now there are thousands of people who have read and judged my first book, and I cannot but hear their voices as I release the second. I suppose that is inherent to being a writer, but it is new to me, and I'd hate to disappoint.
As before, I have tried to avoid anything that would quarrel with the original, and those seeking the normal course of fanfic fare will be disappointed: Darcy does not transform into anything other than a better man, and the story line given us by Austen remains inviolate. As for Darcy, he feels right, I think: having gotten him from Netherfield to Kent and back to London, I like the journey. Spots, I know, some will like and some will dislike, and I wish I could iron out those pieces so they would be universally acceptable, but that is not possible; so, I will simply have to push forward.
Thank you to everyone who has read my work, and especially those who have taken the time to offer their comments in reviews.
Darcy's Tale Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy met Miss Elizabeth Bennet of Hertfordshire when he had all but given up on finding a wife; yet, while she was undoubtedly the most bewitching lady he had ever met, seemingly insurmountable difficulties stood in the way of a potential marriage with her. Disheartened, he returned to London, where his best friend, Charles Bingley, also had to face some trials of the heart.Darcy's attempts to reclaim his heart were made more troublesome by the fact that he was one of London's most eligible bachelors, and was sure to garner a good deal of attention from the women of his circle. But, until he happens across Miss Bennet again at his aunt's estate in Kent, his affections remain in a state of confusion and disarray.This lovingly crafted companion to Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice will give her fans a feeling of home-coming, and a chance to see this beloved story from a new perspective, all the while immersed in the endearing world of Regency England Austen so masterfully created.
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Book Description Stanley M Hurd, 2013. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0991038215