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A Tapestry of Lives

A Tapestry of Lives Witty and intelligent Miss Elizabeth Bennet has vowed that nothing but the deepest love shall tempt her into matrimony a tenuous prospect for a poor gentlewoman in th century England She rejects a

  • Title: A Tapestry of Lives
  • Author: Jean Sims
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 101
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  • Witty and intelligent, Miss Elizabeth Bennet has vowed that nothing but the deepest love shall tempt her into matrimony, a tenuous prospect for a poor gentlewoman in 19th century England She rejects an unexpected offer of marriage from wealthy Mr Darcy, only to realize that he is just the sort of man to whom she might entrust her heart After sharing the story with her fWitty and intelligent, Miss Elizabeth Bennet has vowed that nothing but the deepest love shall tempt her into matrimony, a tenuous prospect for a poor gentlewoman in 19th century England She rejects an unexpected offer of marriage from wealthy Mr Darcy, only to realize that he is just the sort of man to whom she might entrust her heart After sharing the story with her father, Elizabeth returns to London and finds herself unexpectedly in Darcy s company once again With A Tapestry of Lives, Jean Sims weaves a fresh story around two of Jane Austen s most beloved characters Set along this new path, will the couple manage to reconcile their differences and plan a life together while enduring the foibles of family, friends, and British high society

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    1. I am always amazed at how many authors can take Jane Austen’s beloved story and combine their well-researched historical knowledge to create a new reading experience for a well-read Jane Austen Fan Fiction reader! Ms. Sims continues the journey of our beloved couple as they enter the period of their betrothal and establish the foundations of their relationship, as well as their relationships with each other’s family members.This continues to be a series where Darcy and Elizabeth face a modes [...]

    2. I loved this book. It was a real page turner and as you can see, I read it over two days!! There are a lot of details in this book, background information is supplied on how the characters are linked and overall it is s very satisfying read. Have just started book three in the series.

    3. I've read both Books 1 and 2, and both books have the same strengths and weaknesses. On the positive side (and the reason for 4 stars instead of fewer), these are very, VERY well written compared to most fan fiction. I also thought the basic storyline was unusual and creative - I always enjoy when the story goes in a direction other than anticipated. The books are broken up well, with Book 1 leading up to Darcy and Elizabeth being engaged, and Book 2 leading up to the weddings of the sisters.The [...]

    4. This is a Pride & Prejudice retelling published in three volumes, and the three volume bit is probably my biggest beef with this story, as it was obviously only done in order to milk more money out of the story, as it could easily have been condensed to two volumes, or one long story anyway.Overall, I actually really enjoyed this story.  Volume One begins with Elizabeth at home just after her trip to Hunsford.  In this story, when Elizabeth goes to her father and asks him to not let Lydi [...]

    5. Part 2 in the series covering the engagement period of Elizabeth and Darcy. I enjoyed seeing Darcy act as brother to Elizabeths sisters but could hardly believe that Bingley and Jane would give such cause for Darcy to get defensive. I was a bit surprised at their actions and Darcy's reaction as he soon becomes a hypocrite. That was my one complaint about this novel. Pemberley sounds marvellous in this reading and Darcy made me laugh out load a few times. I was surprised how he seemed to enjoy th [...]

    6. This is one of my most favorite variations of P&P story. I like very much how well characters are written and how plot is twisted.

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