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Mr. Darcy and Mr. Collins's Widow: An Elizabeth and Darcy Story

Mr Darcy and Mr Collins s Widow An Elizabeth and Darcy Story Elizabeth was only fifteen when Mr Bennet died His heir Mr Collins was an awful ugly man who mistreated the servants Elizabeth would never let her dear Jane marry him Never Jane was beautiful kind

  • Title: Mr. Darcy and Mr. Collins's Widow: An Elizabeth and Darcy Story
  • Author: Timothy Underwood
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 413
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Elizabeth was only fifteen when Mr Bennet died His heir, Mr Collins was an awful, ugly man who mistreated the servants Elizabeth would never let her dear Jane marry him Never Jane was beautiful, kind, and good She deserved to marry someone she loved.Elizabeth convinced Mr Collins to choose her instead His character was far worse than she had imagined it could be,Elizabeth was only fifteen when Mr Bennet died His heir, Mr Collins was an awful, ugly man who mistreated the servants Elizabeth would never let her dear Jane marry him Never Jane was beautiful, kind, and good She deserved to marry someone she loved.Elizabeth convinced Mr Collins to choose her instead His character was far worse than she had imagined it could be, and her marriage seemed an unending nightmare Elizabeth only felt joy when he died.Years later Mr Bingley took Netherfield, and Elizabeth met his haughty and handsome friend, Mr Darcy Even though he saw himself as superior to most of the local gentry, Elizabeth and Darcy quickly became fast friends But as they grew closer Elizabeth s terrifying memories of Mr Collins began to return Note 4 5 people told me, while they don t like the idea of Elizabeth married to Mr Collins, they really liked the story He is dead by the first paragraph.

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    1. What if Mr. Bennet died when Elizabeth was 15?What if Mr. Collins came to Longbourn willing to marry one of his cousins and Elizabeth sacrificed herself to prevent her family to be “thrown into the hedgerows”?What if he died about a year later, Elizabeth inherited Longbourn and decided to run it without male help?What if Mr. Darcy knew of this in the first assembly ball and decided to engage her into conversation?What if they became friends and fall in love?I have to say I hated the idea of [...]

    2. Elizabeth, with a torturous past caused by a shockingly evil Mr Collins, must overcome her fears and nightmares to allow love in her life. Mr Darcy is, of course, just the man to break through those walls while learning about himself in the meantime. As always, this author writes the meanest Mrs Bennett possible. There is also a very good PTSD discussion. I enjoyed the story.

    3. 3.5 stars: we are introduced to Elizabeth as Mrs Collins who sacrifices herself instead of Jane in an unhappy marriage upon her fathers death. Mr Collins is a horrible man and though Elizabeth becomes a widower early in her marriage, the scars of her marriage will stay with her for many years, even keeping her from happiness wen t is possible. Darcy misread of insulting her at the assembly they meet, actually debates with her as she is accused of being an"steward" by Caroline. Her business sense [...]

    4. At present, there are 45 reviews on . After reading many of them, I find that there is really nothing more for me to add. It was a difficult book to read.

    5. Interesting concept but in desperate need of an editor. I also did not like the pacing of time. I enjoyed what he did with Lydia' s storyline.

    6. Interesting It was an interesting spin on Pride and Prejudice. I can’t absolutely say it’s a masterpiece, but I did enjoy the journey it led me on

    7. Well written. Language is mostly era-appropriate but weirdly some really out of place words or figures of speech pop in. Good plot, likeable characters.

    8. This was definitely an interesting idea for a variation, and very well written. I loved the way he completely changed Lydia's character (based on the events that she went through in this book). I loved the obvious connection between Elizabeth and Darcy that took place immediately, and that their conversations were truly very clever and witty in this book. It was definitely a good read - and I will read it again! :)Why is it not five stars? - There was something about Darcy's behavior that was of [...]

    9. Sweet story, a little too sweetThe characters the author developed are sweet but one dimensional. The storyline involving the marriage of Collins and Elizabeth could have been developed further. And the trauma Elizabeth experienced, was never truly resolved ( colonel fitzwilliam gives Darcy information about post traumatic stress, which he never uses to help Elizabeth healwhy write about it?) and I have to mention the description of our favorite characters kissing: "They spent 20 happy minutes w [...]

    10. An enjoyable read that gave the characters a depth that is explored throughout the book.I believe this is a self published book and is actually also on fanfiction. However I thought it was enjoyable enough that it was worth buying the kindle edition to help support the author. My "biggest" critique is it might be worth hiring an editor to double check for grammar and typos (not many, but noticeable).Rating: PG-13Rationale: Reference to violence towards a child (it's very brief and is a moment th [...]

    11. EnjoyableClean variation. All the angst comes from Elizabeth overcoming her marriage to a cruel Mr. Collins. I missed Mr. Bennet & Lady Catherine but liked the changes to Lydia. Why 4 stars? It was enjoyable but so much that it'll be a favorite.

    12. A good premise. Apart from a few grammatical errors and minor liberties with character reactions, quite good.

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